· review computeremuzone
The 1984 Tekhan (later Tecmo) classic had been sweeping eight years wherever it went, from arcades to 16-bit computers. Its simple conception, which carried a very high addition, made it an unbeatable candidate to be converted to any system.
The turn of the Game Boy came in 1992, eight years after its first appearance, and those in charge were old acquaintances of 8-bit computers, New Frontier (later Bit Managers), who had started what would be a very prolific association with the French giant Infogrames (later, and there are three name changes related to this game, Atari).
Given the characteristics of the game, as we said, it was perfectly adapted to the Nintendo laptop, being more than correct on a technical level and keeping all the characteristics of the original.