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The first few levels are a breeze, with difficulty increasing gradually. After the first level, the barrels will roll faster, Donkey Kong throws more bananas, wind effects will make your life miserable... That kind of stuff. By level 6 you really want to grab a banana and shove it up that ape's *ss. Believe me, this game becomes frustratingly difficult. A real challenge. To boost your score, there are also bonus items scattered around the level.
I don't really know how they pulled it off, but Escape 2042 almost looks like one of those Indie games we have today on our consoles. The animation of the main character, albeit small, is very nicely done and when there is horizontal scrolling happening, it is super smooth. The levels feature a nice array of colors and each world looks very different than the other. Between levels we have short cutscenes explaining bits and pieces as the story unfolds. I'm actually very impressed by the quality of it all.
Ozone is a game with an interesting history. Released in 1989, creator Nick Harper had always envisioned to make this a full commercial game. Everything seemed right. The game got a lot of attention from distributors, however, once they learned Ozone was created using STOS, all of them backed out one after the other. So in the end it was decided to release the game as shareware.
Supa Zazai Da is an old school horizontal shooter ... with a story! It is clear that the creators ate one too many mushrooms when coming up with this stuff, and I love them for it. You play as Dr. Floyd. Mario and Sonic abducted your girlfriend Maria Whittaker! (Say whut?) So now it is up to you to rescue your natural 36DD breasted girlfriend while shooting your way through hordes of retro game characters.
This game sounds like a porn movie! Yes indeed. We are treated with extremely moody, sampled music. Most of the time it is a short loop, but it does the trick very well. The music is composed by Moby. No, not THE Moby, rather a well known musician from the Amiga demo scene. It couldn’t be more fitting for this game. Great stuff actually!
An interview with Dr. Felix Brandt? You may ask yourself, how this is related to our favorite Atari ST. I can promise you, that it is. You will find out, that he has done some projects, that almost every scener knows and that you won't get any answers to health questions here ;-).