Summary: I imagine many of the people buying this game are those looking to play a game that they last played in the 80's and I fall into this camp. I bought Impossible Mission for the Commodore 64 computer back in 1985, when it was considered one of the best computer games around.
Summary: I too grew up plaing this game on my old C64. I must have tried at least 20 times before I actually completed the mission. I can remember the frustration I had with the room that has nothing but small platforms on the bottom of the screen.
Summary: I originally played this game on the Commodore 64 and for an 8-bit machine the graphics and sounds were surprisingly very good. It was a bit like in a way as you would control your little secret agent guy as he ran around in a massive industrial complex going up and down elevators, doing huge...
It is ok, for a couple, of quid and most importantly this is strictly for those who played it at the time
R. Le Quin "Harlequin", Amazon
4 February 2014
Summary: Yes, I played it at the time. It was awkward, but fascinating. But in the 1990s we had the NES and more significantly the SNES, which elevated 2-D scrolling platform games to a far far better level.
Summary: I originally played this game on the Commodore 64 and for an 8-bit machine the graphics and sounds were surprisingly very good. It was a bit like Saboteur spectrum 48k in a way as you would control your little secret agent guy as he ran around in a massive industrial complex going up and down...
Summary: I was looking forward to trying this game but after a couple of hours and getting nowhere it has been put in the 'maybe I'll look at it again draw'. I can't quite put my finger on what is wrong but the controls seeom alittle sluggish and the screen shots are very small (and I have an XL) - think...
After 25 years, Impossible Mission is back - now on Nintendo Ds
9 July 2009
Excerpt: This review is for the Nintendo DS game, Impossible Mission, developed by System 3 and published by Warner Bros. This platform game is a modernisation of the Commodore 64 release of nearly 25 years.
Turn up that nostalgia setting to 12 and prepare to relive a miss-spent youth.
S. Mortimer, Amazon
29 May 2009
Summary: Turn up that nostalgia setting to 12 and prepare to relive a miss-spent youth. Actually, don't... The game is pretty much identical to what you remember and that's the problem. Gaming really has moved on and your nostalgia tinted glasses only help for the first 10 mins.