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This isn’t a pretty game
(the color palette is limited), but it features smooth scrolling, a
nifty-looking little helicopter, and clearly drawn land targets. This
is a quality title for any gamer looking for a slightly different and
Raid on Bungeling Bay is an early Famicom game and it shows its age - graphics are relatively crude, the music is inexistent and the game is overall repetitive. But despite its relative age, I think Raid on Bungeling Bay is an unusual game that still works excellently.
Raid on Bungeling Bay may have been a good fit for the computer, but it has little to offer in the NES library. The two-player option is interesting – one person controls the helicopter, the other controls the enemy bases – but not enough to sustain interest. Raid‘s slow, it’s clunky, and it seeks to do too much with too little. Its ambition is admirable, but ambition alone doesn’t make it worth playing.
The impressive graphics
employ an overhead perspective
to good effect and the
flawless scrolling program
gives Raid on Bungling Bay
a sense of great fun and
high adventure with realistic
overtones. It is nice to play a
videogame which takes
place in a "real world" environment.
Tanks and bombers
make for a nice changeof-
pace from dragons, ogres,