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Our Users Say

Platform Votes Score
Amiga 2 3.0
Amstrad CPC 2 3.0
Atari ST 2 3.0
Commodore 64 2 3.0
DOS 5 3.1
FM Towns Awaiting 1 votes...
NES Awaiting 1 votes...
TurboGrafx-16 1 3.0
ZX Spectrum 3 3.1
Combined MobyScore 17 3.1

The Press Says

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Atari STST/Amiga Format
Titan is the kind of game which has you reaching for the Optrex after an hour - and that's got to be good. It's very much in the Breakout vein. Some of the levels are ridiculously easy but this is more than compensated for by impossible screens incorporated the menacing skull and crossbones. Thankfully, eight lives give you enough opportunities to delve into the 80 different levels. Stunning, super-fast graphics make this one so addictive your eyes'll turn into spinning, kaleidoscopic squash balls.
AmigaACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment)
The scrolling is smooth and not as eye-wrenchingly painful as the Amstrad. The gameplay and levels are the same. Graphics have been improved but not by that much.
Amstrad CPCACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment)
The puzzle element makes the game interesting but only for the first time you play each new level.
Atari STAtari ST User
Titan is easy to play, but difficult to master. Unless you're a real bat and ball fanatic I recon 80 screens of this will drive you bananas.
Amstrad CPCComputer and Video Games (CVG)
Dull, Boring, Badly Programmed, Unplayable, Graphically and Sonically Average. DBBPUGSA. If you take some letters away and change a few, they make the word average. Says it all really.
Amstrad CPCPower Play
Titan scrollt zwar schön schnell, spielt sich aber manchmal von alleine: Der Ball räumt einige Levels eigenständig ab, der Spieler muß nur selten eingreifen.
Amstrad CPCThe Games Machine (UK)
The larger levels and more flexible play that a scrolling Break-Out allows seem like a good idea at first, but the faults Titan gains from this outweigh the good points. The ball bounces around at high speed, leaving you chasing around after it like a madman. The bat's too small, and when you manage to hit the ball it reflects in a random direction - or at least, more often than not, a direction you don't want. And the backgrounds are a further distraction when quickly changing heading.
Atari STST Format
Titan achieves the rare distinction of making another Breakout-style game, Bunny Bricks, look absolutely marvellous. Still, at least Titan’: on a budget label, eh? This is the kind of game to whack on your ST when your kid brother keeps on bugging you 'cos he wants to play something, that's if you're silly enough to buy it in the first place.
AmigaCU Amiga
Oh dear. I do not know how they managed to do it, but they have. Titus have managed to release a product even worse than anything they have ever released before.