SummaryAnother great Startropics game
The GoodIt improves on the programming problems that were associated with the first game of the series. It also goes along with the same enemy as before (Zoda). It also seems to tie in finding the missing tetrads and figuring out how they fit together once you have all of them.
The BadAlthough the storyline seems to work, it gets away from the tropical feel that was associated with the first game, except at the final chapter that ends up on C-Island. Its more of a history game feel where you are going in time meeting some great people in history.
The Bottom LineIts surely an improvement on the first game, despite the deviation from the tropical feel.