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 +**AUTHOR: ** Sega **RELEASE:​** 1988 **TYP:** [[mastersystem:​Action]] **SPIELER:​** 1 **LEVEL:** 20 **SPRACHE:​** Englisch **Partnumber:​** 8003 **EAN:** - **WERT:** 45 Euro
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 +Sie sind in einem zwanziggeschössigen Labyrinth gefangen, das mit Kreaturen gefüllt ist. Um zu überleben, müssen Sie Ihren Weg bis zum Boden freikämpfen! Sie sind im Nachteil. Ihnen stehen jedoch einige Tricks zur Verfügung.
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 +You're trapped in a twenty level, creature filled maze. To survive, you must fight your way to the bottom! The odds are against you. But you have a few tricks up your sleeve...
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 +When you see the "Game Over" screen, press Up/Left and Buttons 1 and 2 on the Control Pad. Two numbers will appear at the upper right and you can use them to select your level, but ONLY up to the previous level you died on, no further.
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 +//At its core, this is just another generic scrolling maze game where you collect items, fend off creatures, and seek the exit.  It's tempting to write off, but I have to give Maze Hunter a lot of credit because the 3D aspect is totally convincing! ​ The action is viewed from overhead, with tiered platforms of various heights and portals that let you move between them.  The illusion of depth is surprisingly effective, especially the way the walls rise up around you.  The stages include a space ship, volcano, ice planet, and a lush garden. ​ There'​s nothing spectacular about the levels, but excellent use of color and texture makes the scenery look rich.   Small enemies include green balls <i>of pain</​i>,​ sea urchins (my interpretation),​ and giant atomic particles. ​ You can beat them with a club or shoot them after you snag a power-up. ​  Bonus items can be found in balloons, and it looks pretty amazing to see one floating over the action. ​ You also have the option to leap over enemies, and the illusion of jumping into the air is very cool.  Even the soundtrack is likeable, featuring a looping refrain that just keeps coming back again. ​ The problem with Maze Hunter is replay value. ​ While it's fun to conquer the early levels at first, having to work through them every time you play can be tedious. ​ Your inability to aim diagonally is a minor annoyance, but overall Maze Hunter is a heck of a lot more entertaining than its name would imply. ​ Note: This game requires the Sega 3D glasses.// - www.Videogamecritic.com
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