• Publisher: Silverbird
• Developer: Sensible Soft.
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& Reviewed by Neil Collins
Oh No! is a simple little shoot-em-up by Silverbird/Sensible
Software. It's nothing to write home about. The graphics
are decent, and the game is just your average shooter.
There are ten levels to blast through before the ending
Level 10 is complete!
HOW WAS IT COMPLETED?:
- Neil: Using an
infinite lives cheat and level skipper.
- Vinny: I hacked
the ending (tut-tut). Just freeze the game with the
Action Replay Cart, go to MONITOR and type G4CB1 (it
dirty jumps you to memory location $4CB1).
SO WHAT HAPPENS?:
Once you have blasted everything on level ten to bits,
you get a full page of text which is absolute gibberish.
It confirms that the game is complete and goes on to
tell you some nonsense about oxes, a princess and a
villain called Gary. All a bit too surreal if you ask
- Neil: The end
is just a page of text. Complete gibberish. I wouldn't
- Vinny: I'm not
really a massive fan of the game as there's nothing much
As for the ending... it is what it is...
flashing text. But there's also an ending tune to boot.
I'm going to give it the benefit of the doubt and score
it higher because of the possibly, unique tune. 2/10
- Andrew Fisher:
I love this game, and have completed it without
cheating. The snake charmer is brilliant, and Jon Hare's
graphics are odd but cool.
As for the ending, I believe it was a joke aimed at Gary
Penn of ZZAP who loved Nebulus (but Chris and Jon found
it boring). Every time I see it I think of the blisters
on my fingers from reaching it...
- Andy Vaisey:
A quick and fun little game. Nothing special, but a good
blast. Pretty much like the ending.
- Brendan Phoenix:
Nearly had a fit watching those flashing letters!
It's a bit ho-hum - I would rather have a gibberish
message like this attempting humour than a one word
congratulations - but that still does not mean it is any
- Gaz Spence:
The in jokes in the ending script are all well and good
but they don't excuse the lameness of the flashy text
FINAL SAY: This proves that class A drugs were
rife in the gaming industry during the eighties.
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