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Werner: Let's go! is based on the German comics character Werner and offers five mini games:
  • Meiern (also known as mia) is a dice game with an emphasis on bluffing. The basic rules: A player makes a hidden dice throw and checks the result. Then he gives the dice cup to the next player and says his result which may be true or a bluff (the said result needs to be higher than what the player before said). The next player either has the choice to throw the dice or to call a bluff. In the latter variant he opens up the dice cup and either the bluffer or the wrongful accuser gets a minus point.
  • A side-scrolling car drive in which the player has to avoid obstacles by accelerating or ducking.
  • Another car drive which is essentially the same with items which have to be picked up and used at the right time.
  • The fourth game is about building a motorcycle. The player needs to choose between a variety of parts. This game is lost after twelve incorrect guesses.
  • A motorcycle drive where the camera is directly placed behind the motorcycle. The goal is to avoid obstacles.


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Promo Images

Werner: Let's go! Magazine Advertisement
Werner: Let's go! Magazine Advertisement
Werner: Let's go! Magazine Advertisement

Alternate Titles

  • "Werner: Mach hin!" -- German title

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Critic Reviews

ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) Aug, 1986 9.25 out of 10 92
Amtix! Jan, 1987 60 out of 100 60
Happy Computer 1986 39 out of 100 39


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  • Werner (Wikipedia entry on the character from the game)
Patrick Bregger (272910) added Werner: Let's go! (Amstrad CPC) on Oct 02, 2011
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