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Atari ST User
The graphics and sound are excellent - but of course they always were. Scrolling is very noticeably improved, but could still be bettered I'm sure. The new multiple-player facility is all very well, but for all but members of computer clubs is of little use. For my money this is all a bit too much like the original. As a game though, excellent nonetheless.
Gauntlet II is billed as, "The most authentic simulation yet from an arcade machine", and I fully agree with that statement; Gauntlet II is simply brilliant! A four-player option is available if a separate interface is purchased, but not having this item I played a two player game with SM. Together we managed to conquer many of the deeper dungeons, having to stop only because time governed. I wholly recommend the two-player option to you; not only can more territory be covered, but the expressions and noises your playing-partner makes can be hilarious. Gauntlet II is undoubtedly the best arcade conversion ever, get it!
Einziger Schnitzer der ST-Version: das Spiel zeigt keine High-Score-Liste. Wer aber ein echter „Gauntlet“-Fan ist, sollte sich jetzt schon in die Warteschlange vor seinem