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Over Horizon

Over Horizon (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Genre: Scrolling Shooter
Developer: Hot-B

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EU
??/??/1991
JP
04/26/1991
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Staff Reviews

Over Horizon review

Reviewed June 20, 2013

Rob Hamilton says: "The next level drops you into an icy cavern where you'll find yourself shooting blocks to temporarily move them out of the way so that you can slip through the gaps before the ice returns to its original position. When you get used to doing that, you'll confront small machines capable of also moving the blocks — except they kick the dang things right into you, which keeps you on your toes."
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