There are no reviews for the Amstrad CPC release of this game. You can use the links below to write your own review or read reviews for the other platforms of this game.
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|Overall MobyScore (5 votes)
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ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment)
The most colourful and with the fastest scroll of the 8-bit lot which affects the gameplay quite a bit if you've played the other versions. Terrific, if very mindless, fun.
The Games Machine (UK)
The best of the 8-bit versions with not only the pace of the coin-op but the violence to match. Operation Wolf shows off to perfection the Amstrad's ability to combine high levels of detail with extensive colours. Together with a changing style of play on each screen this version looks, plays and basically IS extremely good.
Computer and Video Games (CVG)
Op Wolf was an arcade smash, a C+VG HIT! conversion and now, a budget re-release. Simply blast through six levels of scrolling enemy territory, in order to save kidnapped hostages. This is the best of the 8-bit versions, with colourful graphics and addictive gameplay, and well worth hunting down for three quid