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Armor Ambush

Armor Ambush (A2600) game cover art
Platform: Atari 2600
Genre: Action
Developer: Mattel Interactive

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Armor Ambush review

Reviewed December 23, 2003

ddsilver says: "M-Network, the not-so-secret identity of Mattel Electronics, makers of the Intellivision, brought several Intellivision ports over to the 2600. Today's subject was a port of Intellivision's answer to Atari's Combat, Armor Battle. Although this port, retitled Armor Ambush, doesn't come close to achieving the depth of gameplay provided by Armor Battle, it is still an excellent port, and definitely provides some much needed depth to the Combat formula. "
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