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Un videogame dal sapore antico e moderno. Antico perchè basato quasi esclusivamente sul gameplay tralasciando finezze grafiche, moderno perchè assomiglia a quel gioco per cellulari che tutti (o quasi) conosciamo. Un vero tuffo in un passato in cui la grafica di una PS2 sarebbe sembrata fantascenza e i videogiochi erano ancora esperimenti
Un prodotto che potrebbe garantire qualche ora di intrattenimento anche oggi!
Petit must : une musique entraînante, presque « new wave » rythme les affrontements. Un délice pour les adultes, un régal pour les enfants.
Atari veterans will immediately recognize this game as Surround. Each player guides a box around the screen, leaving a trail and trying to be the last one to run into a wall. Been there done that right? Well, yes and no. Snafu offers some interesting variations, including diagonal movement, up to four simultaneous trails, and random obstacles. I can't get enough of the music, which is easily the best I've ever heard on the system. It's a far cry from those boring beeps you hear in most Intellivision games. Snafu isn't an exceptional one player experience, but it's pretty good with two players.