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Info (May, 1988)
AMEGAS is clearly an example of the student surpassing the teacher. It started as an Arkanoid clone, but added features instead of taking them away. (...) If you like Arkanoid, you'll go wild for Amegas.
Computer and Video Games (CVG) (Feb, 1988)
Another unique feature in Amigas is the generator block. When one of these is hit, it disappears, only to produce one, or a group of blocks elsewhere which, in turn, may produce still more.
Zero (Feb, 1990)
However, the graphics are a bit plain and sound is okay but nothing spectacular. It's on the gameplay front that Amegas excels 'cos it's addictive and has the advantage of using the mouse with two 'fire' buttons. At five quid Amegas is a brilliant bargain and a half. [Budget re-release]
ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) (Nov, 1987)
Auch sonst stimmt eigentlich alles an diesem Programm, so daß man RELINE SOFTWARE zu diesem Game nur gratulieren kann. Es mag ja mittlerweile regelrechte „Breakout-Hasser“ geben, die mich jetzt nicht verstehen werden, aber ich kann AMEGAS nur jedem Amigabesitzer wärmstens empfehlen. Es darf wohl in keiner Sammlung von Amiga-Programmen fehlen. It‘s a hit!
The Games Machine (UK) (Feb, 1990)
[Budget re-release] Amegas certainly doesn't stand out In the crowd - trampled into the ground by it, more like, it's mildly entertaining for a short lime (that is, for about three games), but isn't worth the asking price, low though it is. Amegas is not the sort of game that should be loaded onto an Amiga.