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Como no filme, você deve defender sua preciosa gasolina dos inimigos.
The control pad
moves the car in the direction you want while the B button puts
on the brakes, making for a fairly unusual driving system (there is
no accelerator). Combat is mediocre at best, running out of fuel is
a drag, and you constantly get bumped by other cars, making for a
The time is the not-too distant future in a post-apocalyptic Australia. Nuclear weapons haven't destroyed the world this time around, it's good old fashioned warfare that torched the nations' stockpiles of crude oil. Without fuels, civilization crumbles into decay. You play as Max, a nomad in the Australian outback, stuck wandering the wastes where patched-together vehicles and their drivers clash over tanks of fuel. It's an interesting premise for a game, but a delivery that ultimately falls short.
Mad Max might be one of the most pointless, unnecessary, unfun games I’ve yet to play on the NES, and – shocker of shockers – it’s a licensed title that nobody asked for. Just terrible.