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Superb is the only word to describe Ranarama Shoot-em-up, hop-along, cast-a-spell and turn-me-back-to-a-prince are elements of that magical game. There are intersting musical ditties and a marvelous show-what's-in-the-room-when-you-enter-it feature. Although a Gauntlet
clone,it is a worthy contender for the number one spot.
The Amstrad implementation is excellent. The graphics are sharp and distinct, and the animation smooth and faultless. The game uses Amstrad's four-colour medium resolution mode and is perfect - good resolution and enough colour to make it interesting. One interesting point here, the nasties consist of more than one colour, this makes them look a lot more real than is usual on Amstrad games of this type. Well done Hewson.