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Was auf dem MD etwas popelig wirkte, entwickelt sich zum genießbaren Handheld-Spaß. Einmal infiziert, läßt Cosmic Spacehead auch dank der kompetenten Übersetzung kaum noch los. In der Not wird der Einäugige eben zum König der Blinden im Adventure-Genre.
This is by no means a must have title on the Master System. But it is a brilliant example of tuning games for the consoles of the time. And it is a fun romp. Completists will of course have to have this title, but if you're a fan of the point and click adventure, it's worth owning for an interesting take on the genre.
A while ago I wrote on this spot about King's Quest for the Master System. I said that it was "a unique experience to play a rare type of game like that on the Master System". I also noted that I thought King's Quest was "the only 'graphical adventure' available on Sega's 8-bitter". Now I have to reconsider those words, because Cosmic Spacehead is partly a graphical adventure game as well. Not as much in the same vein as King's Quest, this game still contains traditional platform elements with a dose of adventuring touches.