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When it's all said and done, you'll forget that you've purchased something almost solely intended to advertise a soft drink. In fact, you'll come to love Spot if you don't already. And if you don't, well, you've always got the option to shut him off. But don't be surprised if you start craving a certain lemon-lime-flavored beverage.
A hit effort at recreating Othello now with an animated player piece.
Spot é um incrível game de estratégia, parecido com o famoso jogo de tabuleiro Othelo. Neste game, o seu objetivo é ocupar o maior número de casas do tabuleiro. Mas a tarefa não é simples! Você pode jogar contra o computador ou até mais três amigos (ao todo quatro jogadores), desde que seja ligado ao console o acessório NES Satellite.
500+ board layouts help bolster the replay value, as does a simultaneous four-player option. Spot: The Videogame! isn’t as refreshing as a can of Cherry 7-Up, but it beats the pants off of Diet Slice.
It’s a simple game and may not hold interest for
long (especially since it’s only single games), but there are some
nice options available to the player, such as timing moves for each
player’s moves, changing the CPU difficulty from one to five, being
able to create a custom board, and up to four players tackling each
other at once.
SPOT: The Computer Game offers a
simple concept with cute graphics and
stimulating game play. It offers fast play,
multi-player interaction, a long shelf life and
much delight. Here is an anecdote which illustrates
how exceptional SPOT: The Computer
Game is. In ten years of covering computer
games, only once has CGWs
editor-in-chief entered a hospitality suite and immediately
seated himself at a computer console
to play a game. That game was SPOT: The