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Chewy: ESC von F5

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Blue Byte 1995
Genre: Adventure
Rating: 2.5/6
Licence: Commercial
System: PC

[T-Pow] We've got something extraordinary today: A review by two reviewers. How did it come to this? Mr Creosote and me have been chatting for quite some time and we're often discussing the pros and cons of specific games. At some point, he asked me whether I'd be interested in collaborating on a review and I spontanously agreed. Now all we had to do was find a game that none of us has played before and is from a genre which we both like. Shortly afterwards, we agreed on Chewy Esc from F5 which we both have lying around untouched.


Creepers

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Psygnosis 1993
Genre: Strategy, Puzzle
Rating: 3/6
Licence: Commercial
System: PC

In Creepers the player has to move a specific number of caterpillars around various obstacles into an bowl in which the caterpillars transform into butterflies. Why the caterpillars can only transform in this bowl isn't explained further. Seemingly it's the nature of this species. So it's the player's task to save this foolish and therefore rare species from extinction.


Syndicate Wars

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Bullfrog 1996
Genre: Strategy, Action
Rating: 5/6
Licence: Commercial
System: PC

A small retrospective: In Syndicate, a multitude of competing syndicates battles for world domination. The normal population doesn't know anything about this war, because they are influenced by a mind control chip implanted into each of them. The citizens are nothing more than obedient workers and the control chip shows them an ideal world. The main objective in Syndicate was to destroy the other syndicates and by this achieving world domination.



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