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Atari ST User
If you've got Robocod (the sequel to James Pond) and haven't got James Pond then I order you to go out and buy this immediately without delay. A great game.
[Budget re-release] JP doesn't pretend to be more than a fun arcade platformy affair and it's great if you treat it as such. There are loads of bonuses and lives to be picked up, sub-games (if you can ﬁnd them) and mucho silliness. Thank cod for James Pond.
It's a shame the scrolling couldn't have been smoother, but apart from that the visuals are bursting with kaleidoscopic colour, the sound effects are a masterpiece and the action is going to keep you rooted to your chair. In short, you can't afford to miss it.