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Blood Bath at Red Falls Reviews (Macintosh)

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Electric Playground (Nov 09, 1995)
So there it stands, Blood Bath at Red Falls is probably the most fun I've ever had playing games on my Mac. I should point out that I'm not a fan of Myst. This is as simple a diversion as you can pick up but sometimes the simple stuff just works the best. Again, I really want to stress, the game has a "17+" rating on the box and I think this is one guide line you should definitely follow. Blood Bath isn't suitable for children (that should be painfully obvious). However, If you're a fan of the Dirty Harry flicks or maybe a local Deputy in your own small town, I think you'll get a bang out of this one.
The conclusion of my review of Blood Bath is that it's a very good game well worth a try if you are into the kind of games where the only thing you have to do is blast the bad guys into pieces. Other reasons why I like it is the fine use of video technology and the fact that it gets harder and more challenging for every new level. This game grows on you the more you play it. So watch out, you might get addicted to it !!!
Therefore, if you're looking for a mostly realistic shooter, you will find it in Bloodbath at Red Falls. Though the game's realism might be disturbing for some, it will keep you hyped and on the edge of your seat.
AppleLinks.Com (Jan 27, 1999)
So if you want a game in this genre (i.e. standing around and shooting stuff), "Blood Bath" is a better choice than the other, newer games on the market. But me? I'll pass them both up and get back to watching "The Heroic Trio" with Marco.