Lorna (Atari ST)

Lorna Atari ST Title screen. Though the colors are drab and Lorna's pose is bizarre, one can't help but admire the amount of detail in this piece.


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Lorna is the typical sexy heroine who fights against the foreign aliens in a distant place.

This game follows the standard style of "go ahead and kill all anything that interpose on your way", those "friends" that will want to complicate your existence will be a varied mutant monsters, and, to defend yourself, you will be able to use hand-to-hand attack techniques, and if you prefer, you can use your always effective assault-rifle.

This game is based on the popular Alfonso Aspiriz's comic book.


Lorna Atari ST See that grim reaper up above? Some of those are harmless, but spawn easy to kill skeleton warriors, the other - kills you instantly on contact. And you never know which is which.
Lorna Atari ST Uh oh - as soon as you see this guy on the edge of the screen - DUCK! He's insta-kill-happy.
Lorna Atari ST Being badgered by native wildlife.
Lorna Atari ST I wouldn't spoil the arrival of the final boss - it made me jump: )

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The game is based on the comic book Lorna, by Spanish artist Alfonso Azpiri. The manual includes a short comic foreshadowing the game''s plot.

This game wasn't the only time Azpiri and the Spanish videogame industry crossed paths, though. His cover art was prominently used by many Spanish videogames of the era.
Kohler 86 (7295) added Lorna (Atari ST) on Jul 28, 2004
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