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Ed Hunter (Windows)

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Ed Hunter is a rail shooter set in a series of levels based on some of Iron Maiden’s most popular albums. Ed Hunter, the main character, is a private detective hired to free Eddie (Iron Maiden’s mascot) from an insane asylum. Hunter begins in London’s East Side, shooting thugs armed with guns and bottles who either charge at Hunter or pop-up suddenly, fun house style. The game moves to the asylum where Eddie escapes, leading the player on a chase through Hell and other nightmarish levels.

Ed Hunter, the game, comprises the last two disks of the three CD Ed Hunter album. The album acts as a greatest hits collection, with its twenty tracks having been selected by fans on the Maiden Website. These tracks play during the game. Ed Hunter supports one or two players, offline.


Ed Hunter Windows Headshotting the doctor as the loony draws near.
Ed Hunter Windows Scanning for enemies (presumably)
Ed Hunter Windows Selecting music for each stage.
Ed Hunter Windows More bottle throwing bad guys

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Power Unlimited Jul, 1999 7.9 out of 10 79
PC Zone Aug 13, 2001 6 out of 10 60
Shooterplanet Jan 10, 2008 40 out of 100 40
Spel för Alla Aug, 1999 3 out of 10 30
Absolute Games (AG.ru) May 24, 1999 20 out of 100 20
Jeuxvideo.com Aug 23, 1999 4 out of 20 20
GameStar (Germany) Jul, 1999 19 out of 100 19
PC Player (Germany) Jul, 1999 16 out of 100 16
PC Games (Germany) Jun, 1999 9 out of 100 9
PC Gamer Brasil Aug, 1999 8 out of 100 8


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Mumm-Ra (379) added Ed Hunter (Windows) on Jan 12, 2004