· review computeremuzone
Sport forgotten as few when it comes to transforming it into a video game, the Squash was the central theme of this phenomenal and addictive Gaelco sports arcade.
It is more than correct visually, and it is controlled with an amazing facility, which does not mean that it is easy to win against the computer.
Squash is a "certified moneymaker", because as if it were a table football, for each coin they give us a limited number of balls to play, it does not matter if we lose the game, we can always continue and spend the balls they give us, which means that in the same game, if we do it badly, we can spend more than one coin, even if we win, if the "balls" are spent, we will have to put more money, hence the "moneymaker".
The competition takes place on several tracks, quite well set, with the public that stands up to cheer or applaud the players, on the other side of the glass.
The perspective used, is in doubt, the best for a game of this style, and it strongly reminds me of Spectrum's "Jonah Barrington's Squash", since it is practically the same, and the physics of the ball is just as realistic as in the game of NGS (which is not bad at all).
The worst, the voice of the grandfather who gives the results (maybe it is the father-in-law of the programmer), who neither knows English nor has a good voice, although thinking about it, it is surely a voice similar to what we would have if we went to a tournament of Squash from our neighborhood.