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Navy Seals

MobyRank MobyScore
Atari ST
...
3.6
ZX Spectrum
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2.7
Commodore 64
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2.8
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Description

Like many of Ocean's games this was licensed from a film,in this case one by Orion, the company best known for Robocop. You control a succession of the USA's elite fighters with the aim of destroying missiles held by terrorists. You must destroy the missiles by placing bombs next to them and then fleeing the scene.

You will of course meet many more fighters throughout the level, and pick up improved weapons as the game goes on (neither of which fit with the film, or real-life logic, but make for Generic Ocean Film License #718). The gameplay is primarily side-scrolling, but the levels are taller than the screen.

Screenshots

Navy Seals ZX Spectrum I climbed up and somehow got my 1st bad guy
Navy Seals ZX Spectrum Game menu. Credits appear below the menu. "Coding by B.J.", "Graphics by Warren", "Graphics by Martin", "Music+FX by Matty"
Navy Seals Atari ST The game starts
Navy Seals Amstrad CPC Title screen (Amstrad Plus/GX4000)

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The Press Says

Crash! ZX Spectrum Jan, 1991 94 out of 100 94
Sinclair User ZX Spectrum Mar, 1991 92 out of 100 92
Raze Amstrad CPC Dec, 1990 87 out of 100 87
Commodore Format Commodore 64 Jan, 1991 81 out of 100 81
Amiga Action Amiga Sep, 1991 80 out of 100 80
Mean Machines Amstrad CPC Dec, 1990 76 out of 100 76
ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) Amstrad CPC Nov, 1990 9 out of 12 75
ST Format Atari ST Aug, 1991 72 out of 100 72
Computer and Video Games (CVG) Amiga Sep, 1991 45 out of 100 45
ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) Amiga Sep, 1991 4.4 out of 12 37

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Trivia

On April 30, 1992, Navy Seals was put on the infamous German index by the BPjS. For more information about what this means and to see a list of games sharing the same fate, take a look here: BPjS/BPjM indexed games.
Contributed to by Kabushi (131769), Martin Smith (63058) and Terok Nor (19543)