& Reviewed by Vinny Mainolfi
Heh-heh... good ol' Quick Draw McGraw. I used to
love watching those old Hanna-Barbera cartoons back in
the 70s and 80s. It's a pity we don't get to see them
Quick Draw McGraw is
another one of Hi-Tec's Hanna-Barbera licensed games,
which seemed to follow the same format and structure as
all the rest of them. Not much imagination has gone into
this game and unfortunately, like the rest of them, it's
Playing the game, you take
on the role of dappy, Quick Draw McGraw (he's a sheriff
and a horse you know?!) who's task it is to rid the
local trains of Indians (Native Americans to the rest of
us) and bandits. He is armed with his six-shooter and a
spring in his step. The game itself looks and sounds
quite good and the controls and movements are easy to
get used to. Unfortunately, the game becomes monotonous
and you can quickly get bored of the repetitive game
play. It's probably just as well there are only four
Quick Draw McGraw has
finally reached the front of the fourth train!
The final bandit
needs to be stopped!
After about 30 shots,
the bandit is dee-yed.
HOW WAS IT COMPLETED?:
Back in the day I completed it without cheats, but for
the sake of collecting the ending for our site, I used a
level-skip trainer version (tut-tut).
SO WHAT HAPPENS?:
Once you have reached the front of the fourth train and
shot the final bandit around 30 times, an ending message
appears, which reads: "WELL DONE QUICKDRAW. GAME