Llamazap Reviews (Atari ST)

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ST Format (Oct, 1993)
Llamazap is not a game for wimps. If you are the sort of person who habitually bombs out on the first level of a game then you won't get very far. It needs lightning responses and dedication. Get into it and you're really in trouble. Time passes, people come and go, civilisations rise and fall. You sit transfixed, battling you way through another planet of strange creatures. Llamazap eats into all your waking hours and takes big chunks out of your sleeping time too. If you've been waiting for a game to stretch your Falcon and your game-playing skills you can stop waiting. It's here, it's Llamazap.
Atari World (Jun, 1995)
The one thing that Llamazap hasn't got on its side is simplicity. This vital ingredient is lost somewhere in between choosing the ship that's likely to prove best for the circumstances and messing around with powerups. On the other hand, Llamazap is a lot of fun to play once you've mastered the controls and it's incredibly varied. You simply don't know what the next level is going to throw at you but, one thing you can be sure of, it will feature enough colour to make your eyes sting and have a good sprinkling of a certain type of livestock. Complete all 25 stages and you'll probably be tempted to buy a Jaguar and Tempest 2000 to go with that Powerpad.