The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Reviews (Amiga)
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Amiga Format (Nov, 1992)
[Compilation re-release] DONT PANIC! For those of you who've never read the Hitchhiker's trilogy, get out of your closet and do sol It's widely acclaimed as a classic tale, where an ordinary bloke is rescued from Earth seconds before it is destroyed to make way for an interstellar by-pass. If you have read the book, and you're still relatively sane, then rest assured that the game does not follow the books in great detail - but it was co-written by Douglas Adams, so . the humour level remains the same.
CU Amiga (Feb, 1991)
[Budget re-release] Great to play while quaffing a couple of Pan Galactic Gargle Blasters!
Amiga Action (Jan, 1991)
[Budget re-release] Arthur Dent is not having a very good day. No sooner had he got out of bed than everything started to go wrong.
Zero (Feb, 1991)
[Budget re-release] Anyway, adventurers will welcome the reduced price of this rerelease, and maybe non-adventurers will be similarly tempted to give the genre a bash without parting with too many squidlies. It's all done in the style of the original, as you'd expect since it was written in collaboration with the HGTTG author, Douglas Adams. Can't be bad.