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 +**AUTHOR: ** BlueSky Software / SEGA **RELEASE:​** 1990 **TYP:** [[mastersystem:​action|Action]] **SPIELER:​** 1 **LEVEL:** 6 **SPRACHE:​** Englisch **Partnumber:​** 7057 **EAN:** 4974365634575 **WERT:** 25 Euro
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 +Calling Dick Tracy! Calling Dick Tracy! The mob's got the city by the throat! The next move's yours. You've got to grapple with the meanest guys around and break this crime ring before it breaks you! You've got pistols, machine guns, dynamite fists, and the law. The mob's got Molotov cocktails, a trainload of nitro and bad intentions. Shoot it out with the likes of Lips Manlis, Flattop, The Brow, and Pruneface. Hang onto the side of a speeding car in frenzied street gunbattles. Blast'​em in alleys, railyards, and warehouses. Hit the right targets on the gun range and get more time to fight. Clean up the town's seamy side. Then rip into the racketeers at the Ritz. Blast your way to the final showdown with Big Boy Caprice. Think you're tough? Here's your chance to prove it, Dick Tracy.
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 +**Pro Action Replay Codes** \\
 +00CE 6703 Infinite Lives \\
 +00C1 ED06 Invincibility \\
 +00C1 0CXX Level Select (replace XX with 00-11) \\
 +00CE 5A99 Infinite Time \\
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 +//I have always wanted this game for the Genesis, so when I saw it at my local flea market for the SMS, I had to grab it. The colorful box art kind of called out to me, as did the fact that it was a game I haven'​t seen very often. Having never played the Genesis version, I can't compare the two. My impressions below are of the Master System version on a stand-alone basis. Gameplay takes place on two fronts. You're dealing with enemies that come from either side of the screen (like any other game of this type), and also shooting enemies that pop up in the background (think of it as a quasi-3D feature). Overall, its a basic game, but it does what it sets out to do fairly well. You will dispatch of most enemies using your gun (regular or tommygun), but you can also punch (which increases your score via a bonus at the end of levels based on how many enemies you kill this way). There are only 2 levels that require to punch (i.e. your gun is taken away);1-2 and 6-2. A few levels have you hanging on the side of the car, with cars approaching in front, from behind and in the background. These generally control fine, with Dick able to shoot forward, backward and into the background just like normal levels. You can duck, although this does little good (can't duck under bullets). You can also jump, which is the only real way to avoid bullets. Some of the later car stages are also very cheap (discussed under replay below). Bonus stages are also present, and feature a "​shooting gallery"​ type game with a view from behind Dick. Two cardboard dummies/​targets pop up, and you have to quickly decide which to shoot (gangsters) and which not to (policemen, firemen, etc.). The further you get into the game, the more quickly these bonus stages move. Overall, they'​re pretty easy, and are a good way to earn extra credit/​continues. The end of level bosses appear in the background, and force you to dodge their fire (and enemies coming from both sides) while shooting them in the background. Most are fairly easy, but it can take a few tries to beat the later ones. [...] Two frustrating aspects of the game hinder replay value further (and may prevent many from finishing the game). The uber-cheap jumping issue previously noted in 6-2, and the later car stages (where the enemies coming from the front/rear of the screen fire their guns -- sometimes more than once) before you can even hit them. These can't be avoided by ducking.....only with a perfectly timed jump. I don't mind a challenge, but it should be because the game throws a lot at you....not because it basically forces you to take hits. In summary, you probably don't need this if you already have a gaggle of other SMS side-scrolling shooters (E-Swat, Zillion II, Terminator, etc.). You definitely don't need it if you have the Genesis version (though I've never played it, from what I've seen it looks nearly identical but with much better visuals). With limited expectations,​ however (and if you pay a limited price), its not all that bad.// - smstributes.co.uk
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