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Pure and simple addictiveness. The game is what I would term a good, old-fashioned arcade game, although not brilliant, is good enough except, that is, the gameplay, which excels. The music is the best I've heard recently and I can actually play the game with the music on - rare indeed. Joystick controls are simple, well-implemented and effective. One of the best features about this game, though, is the fact that there are several ways of completing each level, depending on how the mood takes you. This is a game that, although a blatant rip-off of the Super Mario Bros., deserves a place in any self-respecting gamester's software cupboard.
The scrolling introduction is amazingly fast here, yet strangely once the main game starts flipscreen techniques disappointingly take over. This can be irritating at times, but doesn't seriously affect the compelling gameplay - highly recommended for Super Mario Bros fans.
There's little to distinguish this from the Amiga version. Nice and colourful, with good sound.