Hunchback II: Quasimodo's Revenge

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Amstrad CPC
Commodore 64
ZX Spectrum
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The archetype of the Hunchback of Notre Dame really isn't terribly nuanced: he jumps around towers, ringing bells, rescuing Esmeralda and being generally physically unattractive. Here he does all of these things, in a more platform-oriented take than the original, clambering up dangling ropes as they rise and fall, avoiding environmental threats such as rabid bats, thrown hatchets and enormous grinding clockwork gears all in the pursuit of small bells strewn across each screen's platforms. Gathering all the bells permits you to advance higher up the tower, at the top of which the damsel in distress awaits your homely visage.


Hunchback II: Quasimodo's Revenge ZX Spectrum A screen from a later level that is shown when Demo' is selected from the main menu
Hunchback II: Quasimodo's Revenge Commodore 64 You can't talk to me like that!  I don't need your lovely lady lumps!
Hunchback II: Quasimodo's Revenge ZX Spectrum menu screen
Hunchback II: Quasimodo's Revenge Commodore 64 Next level, avoiding getting ground to mince in the clockworks (and note progression in the map, now in the lower right)

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Crash! ZX Spectrum Feb, 1985 85 out of 100 85
Sinclair User ZX Spectrum Apr, 1985 5 out of 10 50
Sinclair Programs ZX Spectrum Apr, 1985 50 out of 100 50
Tilt Amstrad CPC Jul, 1985 3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars 50


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