· review computeremuzone
Dustin is one of those Dinamic games I remember with great affection. While I have never played it in depth (time was never enough to play originals, and this one even was a copy), I admired the quality of its graphics and its atmosphere. I've always been a fan of prison movies (Escape from Alcatraz, Papillon, Enclosed (!), The Shawshank Redemption ...), and Dustin
gave you the opportunity to get into the skin of one of those characters.
Justin appeared in 2005, created by the author of -probably- the best emulator of the Amstrad CPC, the CPCE. Cesar Nicolas Gonzalez chose an isometric perspective to give life to the alleged Dinamic game sequel.
Once out of prison, the goal of the original game, you realize you can not give up what you are, and instead begin an orderly life within the law, you turn to get into the mess that you liked once. Your goal is to open the doors of the mansion with their keys, blast the four safes with dynamite, collect all the gold and finally escape from the house.
And the result? The truth is that this is a very good game. It just misses a greater variety of music, but it don't clash in the final result.
Ranking de versiones
De desarrollo idéntico, la versión de Amstrad CPC es netamente superior gracias al colorido de sus gráficos, pues la de Spectrum es monocromática por las limitaciones del ordenador.
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