Dropzone (Game Boy Color)

Dropzone Game Boy Color I suppose this is the splash screen


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games xtreme
I definitely have to say that I like this game (although I liked it before). It is fair to say that the game idea isn’t new by any standards, but it is just one of those games which you forget just how good they actually are. If you’re an ex-Amiga/Atari gamer, you will probably want this just to remember the good old times but then again it probably would be more to your liking just to drag out your old Atari/Amiga than pay £20+ for essentially the exact same game it all over again But if you don’t already have a copy of this timeless classic, then I would get a copy if I were you, it’s much better then most new games I have seen for a long while.
Drop Zone no es un título especialmente recordado ni una maravilla atemporal. Es interesante observar cómo se ha adaptado a las diferentes generaciones de videojuegos, desde los ordenadores domésticos y consolas de 8-Bits, pasando por las portátiles de 32-Bits hasta a la década de los 2000 con Super Dropzone. Los resultados fueron cuanto menos curiosos y era una señal de cómo una máquina superaba a otra en un momento concreto de la historia, pues no es lo mismo el Dropzone de Gameboy que el de Game Gear.
Mega Fun
Damit man auf dem GBC trotz kleiner Feindsprites noch alles erkennt, darf man praktischerweise den Hintergrund weiß einfärben (tolle Idee!). Insofern eine durchaus gelungene Umsetzung, wenngleich das Spielprinzip sicherlich nicht mehr ganz zeitgemäß ist und die Langzeitmotivation eindeutig zu kurz kommt.
Total! (Germany)
Wie bereits Take 2 spendiert Euch auch Acclaim zuwenig Klassikkost für einen Preis von ungefähr 70 DM und läßt ebenfalls einen weiteren Titel vermissen.