The Betty Boo song "Doin' the Do" is also in the PC version, but as a simple snippet of digitized sound on the PC, whereas on the Amiga it is a full module. The PC version developers transcribed the music to nearly every single sound device - Sound Blaster (complete with digital drums), Adlib, Tandy, MT-32, even PC speaker - and all the transcriptions are fairly accurate.
An early version of the game was used on children's TV show Motormouth's call-in game Mighty Mo. Players had to give directions by voice commands which were interpreted into movements, presumably by someone playing the demo as instructed.
The DOS versions of the game used a copy protection system where the game asks for a password after the first level. The password could be from a password sheet shipped with the game.
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-Chris, Martin Smith and mailmanppa
- PC Games (Germany)
- Issue 01/1993– Best Arcade Action Game in 1992
- ST Format
- January 1993 (issue #42) - #16 in '50 finest Atari ST games of all time' list