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The creators of Barbarian
(not the one where you have to cut heads, with Maria Whittaker on the cover, the other) returned, a year later, with another game with similar characteristics published in summer 1989 in its versions for Spectrum, Amstrad and MSX, although it had already seen the light in the 16-bit computers before.
What is said in the "Barbarian" game card is generally valid for this one. It has good graphics (direct from Spectrum) and an even better music, but it keeps what for me are playability problems and for others an innovative control system.
As a curiosity we have put a link to a video of Fernando García in which he teaches how to repair a bug of an MSX game, taking as an example the one that concerns us. In the game file you have the original version, as well as two modified by Fernando.
I have to say that the video of the game I have captured from the original version, and that it has not given me the attribute problems that are supposed, but in the video you can see them clearly.
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Fernando García (juego con color corregido)
Generation MSX (cover)
Viktor Drozd (map)
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