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Génération 4 (Dec, 1988)
Le graphisme est bon, juste comme il faut, le son est tout juste suffisant. C'est un soft moyen, sans grande surprise.
Atari ST User (Jan, 1989)
This game fits ﬁrmly into the arcade-adventure mould and though it is good clean fun is nothing much to write home about. Plenty of nasties to chop and pits to avoid, with attractive gameplay and graphics. However, there are better examples of the same theme available elsewhere.
The One (Dec, 1988)
Artura is, in quite a few ways, a creaky old platform and ladders game but it does reward perseverance. The graphics are tolerable, sound attempts to be vaguely Ancient British and sort of succeeds in a fuzzy kind of way, but because of the care that has gone into the gameplay and testing Artura is certainly greater than the sum of its parts.
ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) (Nov, 1988)
Na ja, wem‘s gefällt, der kann es sich ja besorgen. Für ein Low-Budget-Game wäre ARTURA gut gewesen, aber für 65 Steine (ST-Version)? Nee, GREMLIN, dafür nicht!
The Games Machine (UK) (Dec, 1988)
Mapping is essential (a compass display would have been useful), though quite how much of the maze you will want to discover remains to be seen. Artura is much too simple and out-dated for today's market.
Computer and Video Games (CVG) (Dec, 1988)
To my mind there's no excuse whatsoever for taking what is already a sub-standard 8-bit game and converting it upwards. I'm going to have one last try at thinking of something nice to say about Artura... erm, the cover artwork's nice.