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This one really is a classic, though it sets no new highs for graphics or sound. Strategy and timing is all, and there isn't a proton accelerating hyper-blaster in sight, thank goodness.
Although the range of hazards is small, variety is produced by changing their distribution on the different screens as harry runs through the jungle. The graphics are nicely done, and the overall presentation better than the otherwise almost identical Cuthbert in the Jungle. Like Cuthbert the game is good fun for a while, but it soon becomes rather repetitive.
Could this be the old Atari game converted for the 64, you may ask? The answer is yes and it is a little surprising how sedentary it now appears. Perhaps it is now finally beginning to show its age.