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The graphics and animation
are all well done, including the huge sprites you’ll see during the
boss battles. Cute cutscenes move the story along and feature the
other characters from the first T&C game. It’s not perfect, and
can be very overly challenging at spots, but the various gameplay
modes, great look, sense of humor, and charm all contribute to a
Video games, unlike movies, often (but certainly not always) have sequels that are superior to the original game. The are several reasons for this, including technological advances, fresh creative teams, and bigger budgets. Although Wood & Water Rage is a pretty neat game, Thrilla's Surfari is vastly superior. This a fun, fast, challenging, highly enjoyable game that ranks up there with the best NES games ever produced.
The smoothly scrolling graphics and pretty scenery look 8-bit great, and even the sounds aren't bad. T & C II is tough, but as Thrilla himself sez, "If it swells, ride it!"
Ihr rast, im wahrsten Sinne des Wortes mit einem Affenzahn durch das abwechselungsreiche Gelände, das mal horizontal, mal vertikal scrollt, und versucht, den finalen Checkpoint zu erreichen, von dem aus es in der nächsten Zone weitergeht. An einigen Stellen erwarten Euch besonders fiese Obermonster, die besiegt werden müssen. bevor es weitergeht.
Even after you feel more comfortable with the game’s pacing, Surf Designs will still reign many deaths upon poor Thrilla. The levels put more and more crap in your way, one-hit kills, no continues. It’s enough to make any gorilla write off additional surfaris – even with their bimbo girlfriend’s well-being at stake.