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Last Duel: Inter Planet War 2012

Last Duel: Inter Planet War 2012 Commodore 64 Title

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Our Users Say

Platform Votes Score
Amiga 1 0.6
Amstrad CPC 1 0.6
Arcade 1 2.0
Atari ST Awaiting 1 votes...
Commodore 64 1 0.6
DOS 1 0.6
ZX Spectrum 1 0.6
Combined MobyScore 6 0.8


The Press Says

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80
Atari STAtari ST User
This is a fast do or die zapping game that succeeds where many pretenders fail. The plot isn't exactly original, but the gameplay is totally addictive and will cause much wear and tear to your joystick. Strap yourself down, hold on to your joystick as if your life depended on it and get those nasties before they get you.
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ZX SpectrumThe Games Machine (UK)
Unfortunately, Last Duel is a bog-standard two-player game with little interest added by the two vehicles and leaping car - shades of LED Storm here, with level three being particularly inspired from the racing game. Duel is nothing amazing about but worth looking at if driving shoot-'em-ups are your thing.
60
ZX SpectrumYour Sinclair
Last Duel is fast and tricky but it's a bit too samey for my liking. The vertical scrolling is smooth and fast, but the road overlaps onto side screens and scrolling in this direction is a bit jerky. Colour is limited as usual, which is a pity and makes a fast moving game like this all the more tricky, as you have to distinguish between incoming and outgoing bullets! Another little moan is that the game is a multi-load and it's always more difficult to get into a game when you have to break off the gameplay to load each level. On top of all this, value for dosh, in my opinion, is affected by the fact that this game only comprises six levels.
49
ZX SpectrumACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment)
The craft movement is slow, which makes this version prohibitively difficult to play.
49
Commodore 64Power Play
Last Duel ist ein höchst durchschnittliches Ballerspiel mit Extras, das sechs recht eintönige Levels zu bieten hat.
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AmigaPower Play
Abgrundtief schlecht ist Last Duel nicht, aber leider überflüssig wie ein Kropf. Es gibt einfach zu viele Ballereien, die spielerisch ähnlich sind, aber mehr Spaß machen. In den nur sechs Levels findet man nichts, was einen vom Hocker reißt. Am überzeugendsten ist noch der Zwei-Spieler-Modus, aber alleine ballen man sich recht lustlos durchs Universum. Die Amiga-Version bietet ein paar nette Digi-Musikstücke und schön bunte Grafik. Das vertikale Scrolling ist sauber, doch steuert man nach links oder rechts, ruckt es schauderhaft. Für ein Vollpreis.Computerspiel steckt zu wenig in dem Programm drin. Das spielt man mal zehn, fünfzehn Minuten, aber damit hat‘s sich auch schon. Nur für Leute, die prinzipiell auf alle Spiele scharf sind, in denen man Raumschiffe wegzappen kann. Ansonsten gibt‘s nur Grund zum Gähnen.