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Switchblade II is a very solid title. The play is excellent and the control is precise. The graphics are very crisp--particularly for their small size. My only misgiving with the title was the lack of music--without any music and very few sound effects, I think the title may have lost something. Other than that, however, no complaints.
The Video Game Critic
Switchblade II isn't a particularly memorable romp, but it packs enough entertainment value to hold your attention.
Das haben wir doch irgendwo schon einmal gesehen: Ein Held, klein von Wuchs und groß von Tapferkeit, auf dem Weg in die Freiheit. Wie im richtigen Leben ist der Weg in die solche dornenreich. Dornenreich weil jede Menge Hürden, wie kleine und große Selbstschußanlagen, bombenspuckendes, fliegendes und einfach nur wirr herumlaufendes Gesprite den Weg so beschwerlich machen.
All Game Guide
In short, Switchblade II is shoddy work. The developers were paid a salary while making this game, but somehow managed to turn out something outclassed by games developed by hobbyists in their spare time. With a year or two of programming knowledge, even you could make a game better than this.
Digital Press - Classic Video Games
This might make an average introduction for a small child into action gaming. The speed of the game seems suited to their still developing reaction time, and there's not much of a fight from the enemies. Anyone else is better off elsewhere, and even though the Lynx doesn't offer something like Contra, the sheer average-ness of this makes it unbearable.