· review computeremuzone
This is a fantastic/medieval platform game, acceptable duration (has 9 stages, which are being marked on a map shown at the beginning of each level), and also contains some nod to the great classic Ghosts'n goblins (and to its sequel, Ghouls & Ghosts).
The graphics are nice. The cartoon characters look great, and scenarios achieve a good feeling. Another thing is the graphics resolution (300x200), whose are poor for a 1997 game. We must say also that the main character is very, very similar to the protagonist of the Eco-Kid saga (also created by Island Dream months before).
The character animations are well resolved in general, except for some starring our hero, as when he is wearing the armor and climbing a rope (when the armor disappears, reappearing "magically" when the protagonist loose the rope).
And what about the scroll? Yes, it is soft, but some more planes could have been great.
About the sound, it has the same fx than other previous games from Island Dreams, with some new one, and a good soundtrack.
The Last Knight playability convinces. The protagonist responds promptly to our orders and the level of difficulty, though somewhat high, never impossible, and lets go surpassing batch to batch.
Concluding, we can say that The Last Knight is an enjoyable title, technically acceptable and quite funny.
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