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Commodore 64TeleMatch (Jan, 1985)
Dank des zur Verfügung stehenden umfangreichen Vokabulars, das allerdings gute englische Sprachkenntnisse voraussetzt und der Vielfalt von Situationen, die zu meistern sind, übt “The Hulk“ auch über längere Zeit eine starke Anziehungskraft aus. Die ausgezeichnete Grafik verstärkt die Spielmotivation in entscheidendem Maße.
Commodore 16, Plus/4Commodore User (Aug, 1985)
None can be fairly compared with the 64 versions, with their attractive full-colour graphics, but thought of as text-only 'originals', they're all very diverting and virtually faultless.
ZX SpectrumCrash! (Sep, 1984)
My only criticism of this fine adventure is the repetitiveness that sets in once you’ve established the object of the game. As you move around collecting gems each of the three domes becomes indistinguishable as each is represented by the same graphic. To leave each dome the same routine is painstakingly followed. The Hulk is a truly marvellous adventure with super graphics and a theme familiar to everyone.
Commodore 64Computer Gamer (Aug, 1986)
I still think that the Hulk is the best of the Questprobe games probably because the Hulk has simple powers in that the is tough and strong and anything he hits - stays hit. Now the game has been included in the Americana range it is exceptional value for money.
Commodore 64Zzap! (Sep, 1986)
At this price this game is worth a second look - a Scott Adams game is something of a must for any seasoned adventurer and if you haven't played any then it's probably worth the impulse to buy. But if value for money isn't so important to you, then remember - this is an 'old-fashioned' game and for some that will mean it is by todays standards, a bad one.
Commodore 64Personal Computer Games (Jul, 1984)
Scott Adams' games are intriguing, They are at best rather primitive - no complex sentence input, rather limited vocabularies, and very brief location descriptions. however for some reason they are furiously addictive. The Hulk is no exception and I struggled with it for hours. The graphics are excellent, but thankfully you can turn them off as they take a while to load from disk.
ZX SpectrumZX Computing (Oct, 1986)
[Budget re-release] Perhaps worth looking at if you're an Adams or a graphics fan, and certainly better at £3 than full price . . . but still pretty naff.
Commodore 6464'er (Aug, 1984)
Grafik sehr gut, Spiel zu schwer.
Atari 8-bitThe Video Game Critic (May 22, 2011)
The Incredible Hulk is as bad as the movie - and I'm talking about that Ang Lee version. It's that bad!