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Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego?

MobyRank MobyScore
Macintosh
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4.5
Amiga
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3.7
Commodore 64
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2.9

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Our Users Say

Platform Votes Score
Amiga 4 3.7
Apple II 3 4.1
Commodore 64 5 2.9
DOS 10 3.3
Genesis 6 2.3
Macintosh 2 4.5
NES 9 2.8
SNES 2 4.5
Combined MobyScore 41 3.2


The Press Says

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100
NESGamePro (US)
I was moved...touched...hungry!!! Hmmm...I wonder where I should take my lunch break, 17th Century France for some escargot, perhaps 500 A.D. China for some dim sum...the possibilities are endless.
92
DOSThe DOS Spirit
Det er egentlig bare å finne frem kaffekoppen og leksikonet, for her får du virkelig brukt mye av det du lærte på skolen. Brøderbund skapte i 1985 en serie som har blitt kjent for underholdende læring og en god unnskyldning for å ikke gjøre lekser – du spiller de isteden! For lang å tro tjeneste utmerker vi derfor Carmens tidsreiser med vår «Golden DOS Spirit»-utmerkelse, måtte den beste detektiven vinne og den slueste tyven havne i kasjotten.
72
NESNintendo Power Magazine
Konami brings famous villain Carmen Sandiego and her 15 V.I.L.E. henchmen to the NES in a special new package that includes a vital weapon: The New American Desk Encyclopedia.
60
MacintoshAll Game Guide
If you liked Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?, you will definitely enjoy this one. If you disliked the earlier game, well, not much has changed. Villains still have the same improbable-sounding names (Gene Yuss, Kari Meback, Justin Case, Sharon Sharalike), and the play is remarkably the same.
58
NESElectronic Gaming Monthly (EGM)
This title is a blast from the computer world of stardom. On the Nintendo, it comes off very well and offers a very interesting and sometimes educational quest for players. The music isn't the best and neither are the soundtracks, but the gameplay is easy to follow and fun.
57
GenesisPower Play
Leider geht bei der ganzen Lern- und Informationsgeschichte das eigentliche Spiel etwas unter. Ehrlich gesagt greife ich lieber zu einem guten Buch, als mich stundenlang vor dem Monitor abzuquälen. Trotzdem sollten sich junge Adventure-Einsteiger durchaus den Modulkauf überlegen - nicht zuletzt aus elterlichen Gründen: "Schaut mal, mit dem Mega Drive kann man sogar was lernen!"