Operation: Cleanstreets (Atari ST)

Operation: Cleanstreets Atari ST Title

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Description

You're Dirty Harry and you need to find and beat up dealers to get drugs and burn them outside the town, which will regain your energy. This is the Silmarils' first game. In 9 screens, you can fight with ninjas, amazons, punks and other thugs and low-lives, and you've only your hands and feets for that !

You start in a street, a punk in front of you, beat him him up and he'll drop his drugs, continue to the stairs to find a guy with a chainsaw, beat him and keep his drugs. Go outside town to burn the drugs in a barrel to regain life and return to the dark side to make the streets safer.

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Operation: Cleanstreets Atari ST Intro of the US relase
Operation: Cleanstreets Atari ST Chinatown !
Operation: Cleanstreets Atari ST Harlem in easy mode, just one dealer
Operation: Cleanstreets Atari ST Harlem's entrance

Alternate Titles

  • "Manhattan Dealers" -- UK/French title

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Critic Reviews

The Games Machine (UK) Jan, 1989 71 out of 100 71
Computer and Video Games (CVG) Feb, 1989 68 out of 100 68
The One Jan, 1989 62 out of 100 62
ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment) Mar, 1989 545 out of 1000 54
ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) May, 1988 6.25 out of 12 52

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Trivia

When reviewing the Amiga version, Zzap! magazine stated that "“The 8-bit versions should be on the streets by March or April, no doubt having some graphical and audio differences, but with the basic gameplay unchanged.”", but nothing ever materialised, and no screenshots or animation have been found.
Blood (1791) added Operation: Cleanstreets (Atari ST) on Oct 15, 2004
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