Chrono Quest Reviews (Amiga)
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Commodore User (Nov, 1988)
Having said that, the adventure itself has an interesting theme, with plenty of variety once you get the time machine moving. And it's BIG - the program comes on three disks, all of which are copy-able, with a protection device in the packaging.
Zzap! (Jan, 1989)
It goes without saying (but I'll say it, anyway) that I would have like Chrono Quest even more if the control method had been a bit smoother. Still, even as it stands it's one of the best icon-driven adventures I've come across and no mean treat for yer average pasty-faces human. Pity about the price tag, though.
ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment) (Dec, 1988)
For your money you get some great graphics and an awful lot of frustration. The ST version sounds OK, but the Amiga version is a seriously untidy product.
Your Amiga (Feb, 1989)
Not everything about the game is bad though. The graphics look excellent and unfortunately are likely to seduce the unwary purchaser. Great graphics do not a good game make. The game itself though is dreadful and represents very poor value at thirty pounds. Give this one a miss. They may not look as good, but there are many better - and cheaper - adventures around.