Released by Sega in 1986, this Amstrad CPC conversion of Spy Hunter drives well enough, but looks a bit dented on the outside. Meaning: the graphics are a bit basic…
I thought the Commodore 64 conversion of Spy Hunter was chunky – until I saw this… Thankfully it plays reasonably well, if a little slowly.
What lets the game down, though, is the rather small play window. I would have preferred it if they’d used a bit more of the screen. Amstrad Spy Hunter is still worth a spin if you’re interested in the series.
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