User Reviews

There are no reviews for the SEGA Master System release of this game. You can use the links below to write your own review or read reviews for the other platforms of this game.

Our Users Say

Category Description User Score
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.) 3.3
Graphics The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines 3.1
Personal Slant How much you personally like the game, regardless of other attributes 3.4
Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 2.9
Overall User Score (17 votes) 3.2

Critic Reviews

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Mean Machines (Dec, 1992)
A fantastic and laudable conversion. With this price tag it's incredible value, and needs instant purchase.
Retro Archives (Jul 06, 2017)
Très bonne surprise que cette version Master System: le jeu est très coloré, plus joli que son homologue sur NES, et il est également très fluide. La jouabilité, elle, vous commande d’aller sélectionner les commandes sur la barre du bas avec le curseur plutôt que d’utiliser un raccourci comme sur NES. Niveau sonore, les musiques passent très bien, les digitalisations sont très propres, et on a même le droit à un petit jingle à chaque niveau réussi. Seuls sacrifiés: l’introduction et le mode deux joueurs, mais cette version Master System reste de haute volée.
Video Games (Dec, 1992)
Die Master-System-Version ist zum Glück nicht mit der etwas verpatzten Game-Gear-Variante identisch. Neben der Steuerung ist auch die Musik weit besser gelungen, als auf Segas Handheld. Der Master-System-Sound läßt sogar das NES-Gedudel weit hinter sich. Auf dem Master System tummelt sich damit die bessere 8-Bit-Lemmings-Version.
70 (Aug 03, 2015)
Seeing how the Master System was starting to show its age, it’s remarkable how much of the game remained intact. With 120 levels, including a few unique to this version, there is a lot on hand for strategic puzzle­game fans. The sound is great and the graphics have suffered remarkably little for a downgrade from the 16-bit original. However, the noticeable slowdown, the lack of a map screen and the cumbersome pausing function on original hardware are detrimental to the overall fun. Once you get a hand on these issues though, you get to enjoy one of the best 8-bit renditions of this true classic. The premise may have aged a little, but that doesn’t make it any less of a brain­teaser, even though modern gamers may be used to a little more action in their games nowadays.