& Reviewed by Neil Collins
Saboteur II: Avenging Angel is the sequel to the
popular ninja game
Saboteur by Durell Software. Having beaten the first
one, I decided to have a crack at this sequel...
game is similar to the original in looks and game play,
but it's bigger - much bigger. This time you play the
part of a female ninja, and you have the option to
select the difficultly level of your mission, which
affects your time limit and additional tasks, so it's up
to you how simple your mission is. You have to infiltrate the enemy base,
collect fourteen pieces of punched tape, re-direct the
missiles, deactivate the electric fence and escape by
motorbike (on the hardest level). It's bigger and more
complicated, but doesn't have the charm of the original
game (it's far too similar). Fans of the first game will
probably enjoy it, so it's definitely worth a look...
Finally - Street Hawk
on the Commodore 64!
A Spectrum port if
ever there was one!
Ah Bollix mun. I jist
gown un modid a cat or sumat!
Get out of there
before the moon falls on you!
It's following you!
Phew! The End.
HOW WAS IT COMPLETED?:
I played it using tips I found online for the Spectrum
SO WHAT HAPPENS?:
Once the bike is reached and all other parts of the
mission are completed successfully, the ninja lady rides
it across the screen and through the deactivated
electrified fence to freedom. The final screen shows the
hero standing next to the motorbike. A message is
displayed that reads 'EXCELLENT VALUE. MISSION
ACCOMPLISHED'. Pressing the fire button returns you
to the title screen.