· review computeremuzone
'The Goonies' is one of those games that you remember after a long time. Lacking a spectacular technical deployment, based all his might in the addiction that caused, or at least that was what happened to me.
I never had it, but I got tired of asking my neighbor the game again and again. That videocassette box, be based on an unforgettable film, and the addiction caused by having to do everything knowing the Fratelli family was right behind me ...
Time tends to reinforce the mysticism and good memories about games we've played years later, you see full of flaws, but with 'The Goonies' it isn't the same, perhaps because the memories are not based on some stunning graphics and memorable music, only about the addiction and playability.
The 'Sloth Team' have done a great job. On the Development tab you can take a look at the creative process and see how it went from being a small project to have specialists in each area (sadly it's in spanish only, so please use a translator if you want to understand it).
The result is excellent. Good graphics -I'm an unrepentant fan of pixels, but here the resolution doesn't harm-, variety of music, although there are differences in style, not enough to out of tune, and the conservation of addiction and original gameplay, make this a very good remake.
But the creators, not satisfied with that, worked to give more depth to the game, adding new levels whose weren't present in the original Datasfot videogame, whose undoubtedly will greatly satisfy those who want to go a bit beyond the original experience.
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