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Commodore 64ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment)
This C64 version of Martech's strategy game is an improvement on other versions, largely because a jaunty tune now plays throughout the game. The graphics, too, have been enhanced.
ZX SpectrumYour Sinclair
They call me The Armageddon Man because ah'm a-geddon tired of all these warring nations. Seems that things have got so bad in the year 2032 that they've had to add another N to the UN to give it extra weight. Life's not easy as head of the UNN, when its members are determined to do the dirty on each other behind your back. With allies like these, who needs enemies?
Amstrad CPCACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment)
Identical in gameplay to the Spectrum version. A little more colourful on the Amstrad but not especially so. The seasoned Amstrad strategist will enjoy the struggle to stop the world blowing up; the dabbler in strategy games would do better to steer clear.
ZX SpectrumACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment)
There is nothing graphically outstanding in the program but Armageddon Man has a lot to offer; the deeper you get into it, the more rewarding it becomes. Note, though, that The Armageddon Man is a game more for the seasoned strategist than the dabbler.
Commodore 64Commodore User
Only two criticisms, a few action scene interludes wouldn't have been amiss - like controlling the satellite to zap missiles. As it is, there is no action at all. You simply carry on making and implementing decisions. Lastly, there doesn't seem to be any real end to the game. It seems to me that if you're good enough to control all 16 countries you simply carry on playing. Despite that Armageddon Man is an absorbing game.
Disappointing, for a game with an original idea and imaginative presentation.
Commodore 64Computer Gaming World (CGW)
A global confrontation simulation, it bears little resemblance to reality and has limited entertainment value.