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X-Multiply

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Platform: Arcade
Genre: Shooter
Developer: Irem

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Staff Reviews

X-Multiply review

Reviewed May 04, 2006

Rob Hamilton says: "One memorable section sends the player down a long corridor to a vast chamber while dodging deadly drops of fluid dripping from the ceiling, leading me to believe my travels had taken me into the depths of the digestive system, where mammoth drops of stomach acid posed a very real threat. Then again, that level’s boss was a snake-like creature that fired bullets suspiciously shaped like sperm, so I may not actually have been in the belly of the beast...."
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