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Wheelies

• Publisher: MSP
• Developer:
MSP
Release Date: 1988
Code: Carl Coffey

GFX: Carl Coffey
Music: Carl Coffey

Our Game Rating: 82%
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> WHEELIES by Micro Selection Plus


• Completed & Reviewed by Vinny Mainolfi

Here's a game that brings back some gaming memories... I purchased this game on the day of its release back in 1988 and ran home in anticipation only to find that once it had loaded it was merely a suped up SEUCK game! I was a little miffed that I had just gone and spent my hard earned cash on a title that I 'probably' could have created myself! The strange thing was, as I started playing through the game, I actually found it quite enjoyable!

Twenty odd years down the line and I find myself playing through the game (with a cheat) after watching an episode of Chorlton and the Wheelies with my five year old daughter. I still found it very enjoyable to play...


End of the line.


Time to make a quick exit!


Final level completed.


The End.

HOW WAS IT COMPLETED?: I used a trainer version that allowed me to turn off sprite detection.

SO WHAT HAPPENS?: Once you exit the final level, you get an ending message that reads: "WELL DONE. YOU HAVE LIBERATED ALL WHEELIES. ##CK FIRE TO CONTINUE". I imagine that the swearing was inserted by the cracking crew that produced the trainer.

COMMENTS:

  • Vinny: It's a fun and colourful game, but the ending is a load of poo.

  • Andrew Fisher: Terrible ending, it's not a bad little game but I would never have paid money for it...

  • Brendan Phoenix:  have never even heard of this

    As for the ending, I think it's 'Wheely Terrible' (as is that pun!)

  • Ivan:  I beat the untrained version and it says: "PRESS FIRE", although I like this one better :D

  • Andy Vaisey:  Ironic.

    A game produced using a hacked SEUCK.

    Some people have used SEUCK to produce some pretty impressive static screen demos/animations.

    Yet this game doesn't even do that - it displays a pathetic end message.

    Ironic.

  • Gaz Spence: It surprises me that this is was a commercial release - very linear and samey, as you'd expect from something that uses the SEUCK engine. Thumbs down for the game and ending.

FINAL SAY: No comment.

G.E. RATING: 0.5 / 10

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