DJ Puff Reviews (Commodore 64)
|Platforming action.||Gary Smith (65)|
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Commodore Format (Jul, 1992)
There are loads of platform games around at the moment. So if one is going to stand out from the rest of the crowd, it's going to have be pretty good, right? Well DJ Puff is certainly noticeable. It's a lot of fun, in the same vein as Nobby The Aardvark and Hudson Hawk (with big sprites, tons of colour and plenty of cartoony action). Great stuff, and the more games like DJ Puff the merrier, say I.
Zzap! (Jul, 1992)
DJ Puff is a fine game in its own right but i's too close to previous Codies releases for its own good. What's the point of splashing out four quid on a game that's a virtual carbon copy of one you've got already? The graphics are changed, they've dreamt up a new way of saying 'run round collecting things' and called it a plot, but the gameplay is definitely CJ's Elephant Antics revisited.