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Hunchback: the Adventure

by Ian Weatherburn and Simon Butler


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Quasimodo, hero of /The Hunchback of Notre-Dame/ and Century Electronics' arcade game series, humps through adventure game trappings in an attempt to overcome sinister religious authorities.

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"As you might expect from a firm like OCEAN this is a step above the usual adventure game in terms of presentation. In many other respects, however, it is pretty run-of-the-mill stuff with the usual blend of objects and problems to be tied up together (although the first part of this three part adventure has more objects than problems). The game follows in the footsteps of its arcade namesakes, but this offering has more in common with Never Ending Story, what with its 'events' window on the left of the picture and up to six objects displayed on the right. These are laid on top of a tableaux depicting Notre Dame cathedral and can go as far as cartoon-like Biffs and Bops emanating from the scene where you, the hunchback, take on one of the many guards. As with Never Ending Story, I think the trendy display and atmospheric redesigned character set go a long way in compensating for any flat-footedness in plot."
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