ALIEN BREED SPECIAL EDITION
If aliens didn't breed they'be pretty think on the ground. Unfortunately, these ones have taken it upon themselves to inhabit a spacecraft. Armed with a machine gun your task is to stop the aliens breeding ("But we wre only necking"). And if you like, you can take a friend along with you to help out.
As top-down shoot-em-ups go, they rarely come better than this and as you rush along corridors exterminating the courting fiends, picking up credits and keys, you can only be thankful that this mission has befallen you. Best in two-player mode.
Doctors have never figured highly in platform games. And Qwak is no different, instead plumping for a duck. Nice duck though. A total of 80 levels, end of level guardians, eggstra screens (oeuf!) and a host of baddies play a large part in Qwak. It's ridiculously cute, colourful and playable but don't let that put you off. You despatch the baddies with eggs and although it isn't the most innovative of fare, it's darned fun. And it looks a bit like Bubble Bobble, which certainly isn't a bad thing.
Best of all, there is a simultaneous two-player mode so after calling a halt to the alien business you can pretend to be a duck and collect daises with a pal. Hurrah! An odd couple, but excellent value for just a pony.
Der zweite CD-Sampler von Team 17 weiß da schon besser zu gefallen, zumal die betagte Labyrinth-
Und beim ehemaligen Budgetprodukt "Quak" handelt es sich um ein unauffälliges, aber enorm spielbares Jump & Run mit bunter Knuddel
Bei beide Spielen wurden die Ladepausen verkürzt und die Steuerung optimiert, die Optik wirkt hingegen mittlerweile schon etwas angestaubt. Es wäre also mehr drin gewesen, doch für 73 Prozent reicht's auch so noch.
The first of Team 17's budget-price double-packs weighs in with the supercute Bubble Bobble-
Alien Breed is atmospheric and scary (if a little uneventful in parts), and Qwak is bright, jolly, fast-paced, action-