· review computeremuzone
For all those of us who are nostalgic for the Amstrad CPC and, in general, for the rest of those “so old” computers, we always have the peace of mind of knowing that there are groups of amateurs and even professionals who keep the banner of these wonderful machines high. Today we analyze one of the best games from the great ESP Soft programming team that we can enjoy in cassette, floppy or cartridge format.
During three exciting phases, our intrepid space soldier will have to advance, hitting everything that moves or gets in his way, searching for the hidden tombs all over the world.
the galaxy with excellent handling and motion response, and while it doesn't really bring anything different or exceptional, unlike many other titles it's inspired by, here
There is hardly any slowdown when the screen is loaded with many graphic details, something that will undoubtedly be easy to happen due to the wide variety of enemies, barriers and dangers of all kinds that
we are going to meet, which will put our energy bar to the test, which, you can recharge at different times of the game or otherwise, you will lose one life of the two initial reserve
you start with, although you can have up to three during the game.
"Galactic Tomb" is a great game, colorful, vibrant, with many screens and stages and all of this seasoned with excellent sound effects and an outstanding different soundtrack in
each phase. And also, with the cover illustration of the great Lorena Azpiri. What more could you want? Well, a second part ... Galactic Kings?
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