DescriptionKokotoni Wilf has been sent on a bold journey through time, to recover the seven pieces of the Dragon Amulet. There are 63 screens across 6 times zones to trek through in order to find these star-like objects.
These screens are viewed from the side, and resemble Jet Set Willy, except that Wilf can fly through them and hover at a precision point. With hazards ranging from dinosaurs to spears to spaceships, and pieces located in hard-to-reach places, you will need this extra skill, especially as you have no weaponry. Most screens have more than 2 exits, but some are dead ends or lead directly into hazardous points. On each world you can immediately access the first 3 screens.
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|Computer and Video Games (CVG)||Commodore 64||Oct, 1984||34 out of 40||85|
|Crash!||ZX Spectrum||Oct, 1984||84 out of 100||84|
|Popular Computing Weekly||ZX Spectrum||Oct 04, 1984||80|
|TeleMatch||Commodore 64||Jan, 1985||2 out of 3||67|
|Sinclair User||ZX Spectrum||Dec, 1984||6 out of 10||60|
|Your Spectrum||ZX Spectrum||Dec, 1984||8 out of 15||53|
|Your Commodore||Commodore 64||Feb, 1985||40|
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CompetitionThe cassette inlay of the 1984 release for the Spectrum 48K contained a competition. In the game when Wilf collects all pieces of the sacred amulet, a message is displayed on-screen revealing why Ulrich sent him to gather them. The first 100 people to contact Elite with Ulrich's secret received a copy of their next game The Fall Guy which was the officially licensed version of 20th Century Fox's The Fall Guy - a popular TV series of the 1980's.
Special Game VersionThe cassette inlay of the 1984 release for the Spectrum 48K advertised a special version of Kokotoni Wilf featuring several different screens. This was only available direct from Elite and cost the same as the standard version, which you had to buy to find out about the offer.
- May 1985 (Issue 1) - #4 'Ten tackiest top-sellers'