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I-Xera

• Publisher: The Power House
• Developer:
Unicon Designs
Release Date: 1987
Code: Unknown

GFX: Unknown
Music: Wally Beben

ZZAP64 Game Rating: 13%
Our Game Rating: 81%
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> I-XERA by The Power House


• Completed by K-JN
Reviewed by Vinny Mainolfi

I-Xera is a multi-screen platformer by The Power House, which was released back in 1987. In this game you control something that looks like a cross between R2D2 and a mummy who is searching through a soap-bubble factory(!) for the pieces of the I-Xera corps logo. Some cool music and quite surprisingly easy control system, it makes for a tidy little budget release that deserved a little more than the 13% that ZZAP! 64 gave it! Here's hoping that the ending is something worth writing about...


The R2D2, Mummy Ninja, Robot has reached the final screen...


...which slowly disintegrates around him/her...


...and the mission is complete.


The End.

HOW WAS IT COMPLETED?: K-JN used a cheat/trainer version of the game.

SO WHAT HAPPENS?: Once the you have reassembled the logo (that's the thing in the bottom left corner) you go back to the starting point, get the ending text that reads: "WELL DONE! YOU'VE FOUND ALL THE PIECES. RETURN TO BASE."

COMMENTS:

  • Vinny: It's an OK-ish game with some cool music. The ending is very substandard, and unfortunately there isn't a specific ending tune - which would have pumped up the score a little :(
  • Brendan Phoenix: Let's have a really big font to make up for a lacklustre ending message. Poor.

  • Frank Gasking:  I didn't really expect much more than this to be honest considering its a cheapo CRL budget game. At least it didn't loop I guess! :-)

FINAL SAY: Budget game; budget ending.

G.E. RATING: 1 / 10

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