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ZX Spectrum
PC Booter
Amstrad CPC

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Our Users Say

Platform Votes Score
Amstrad CPC 3 4.2
Atari 8-bit 5 4.0
Commodore 16, Plus/4 1 1.2
Commodore 64 4 3.2
MSX 2 4.5
PC Booter 3 3.4
ZX Spectrum 3 4.2
Combined MobyScore 21 3.8

The Press Says

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ZX SpectrumComputer Gamer
By far the best facet of this game is the two player option which gives a chance for Storm to appear with Agravain, and for the two heroes to fight in unison. That this game should appear before Gauntlet is surprising. That it should be at a budget price is truly amazing.
Commodore 16, Plus/4Computer Gamer
The characters can be controlled in two player mode otherwise control of Storm is given. The graphics are rather bulky and the use of colour is not particularly good but otherwise this is a fast moving action game with plenty of appeal.
Commodore 64Computer Gamer
As with Gauntlet the fun comes when two players are chasing after the same food and riches, particularly when a screenful of human or slime monsters stand in your way. Now the "official" Gauntlet is available, most clones will find the going tough but at only £1.99 Storm will carry on from strength to strength.
Commodore 16, Plus/4Zzap!
The graphics are large but murky, the sound is sparse, and the control is awkward - but there is some fun to be had with perseverence.
PC BooterTilt
Cette épopée barbare souffre des limitations du PC : avec un graphisme pauvre en couleurs et une animation saccadée, le jeu perd beaucoup de son efficacité, c'est dommage.