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The graphics and sound are good, with non-stop action from start to finish. Tiger Road is a good addition to an Atari ST library.
A brighter colour scheme makes this version ever-so-slightly more impressive graphically than the Amiga. Otherwise the gameplay remains the same, but the unimpressive sound is a real lot-down, consisting of tinny digitised sword-clashes and title music. Not surprisingly it's a two-disk affair, but swapping has been kept to a minimum.
The One for ST Games
Never a classic, Tiger Road now can't hold its own amongst the likes of Turrican
, even at this price.
Atari ST User
"Tiger Road", claims US Gold, "is a games legend in the history of software". Perhaps it meant a legend such as the Mary Celeste - a big box with nothing worthwhile inside.