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The Hunt for Red October

MobyRank MobyScore
Amiga
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3.0
Atari ST
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3.0
ZX Spectrum
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2.9

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Our Users Say

Platform Votes Score
Amiga 2 3.0
Amstrad CPC 1 4.0
Atari ST 3 3.0
Commodore 64 2 3.0
DOS 5 2.9
ZX Spectrum 4 2.9
Combined MobyScore 17 3.0


The Press Says

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56
AmigaAmiga Joker
Zum schluß sei noch der Hinweis gestattet, daß nur sturmerprobte Kapitanos auf der Roter Oktober anhaueren sollten, denn unerfahrene Schiffsjungen dürften hier wegen des knackigen Schwierigkeitsgrdes sehr schnell ein feuchtes Grab finden...
40
Commodore 64Zzap!
Following the excellent movie comes Grandslam's attempt at a second game, this time aimed straight at the arcade crowd with some very standard sub-games (I don't believe I said that). There's variety but nothing in this mish-mash of game ideas that you wouldn't find in budget games, and completing it on your first go isn't exactly good for lastability.
39
AmigaZzap!
Ocean's standard movie approach, using a familiar main game-style with a couple of sub-games recreating key scenes has been copied by Grandslam to little effect. The worst problem is the game is so dated – 'caterpilaring' through yet another horizontally scrolling shoot-'em-up soon becomes rather tedious. It also completely loses the realism which was one of the main attractions of both book and film.
30
Atari STComputer Gaming World (CGW)
Based on the Tom Clancy novel, this simulation sold well in a movie tie-in, but probably did more to turn off purchasers to the wargame genre than any other product. Slow and clumsy mechanics yielded an ultimate failure as a gaming experience.
30
AmigaComputer Gaming World (CGW)
Based on the Tom Clancy novel, this simulation sold well in a movie tie-in, but probably did more to turn off purchasers to the wargame genre than any other product. Slow and clumsy mechanics yielded an ultimate failure as a gaming experience.
30
Commodore 64Computer Gaming World (CGW)
Based on the Tom Clancy novel, this simulation sold well in a movie tie-in, but probably did more to turn off purchasers to the wargame genre than any other product. Slow and clumsy mechanics yielded an ultimate failure as a gaming experience.
30
DOSComputer Gaming World (CGW)
Based on the Tom Clancy novel, this simulation sold well in a movie tie-in, but probably did more to turn off purchasers to the wargame genre than any other product. Slow and clumsy mechanics yielded an ultimate failure as a gaming experience.