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Keystone Kapers

Keystone Kapers (A2600) game cover art
Platform: Atari 2600
Genre: Action
Developer: Activision


Staff Reviews

Keystone Kapers review

Reviewed July 31, 2008

Rob Hamilton says: "More distressing are the toy planes. Taking one of those upside the head is enough to send a Kop down for the count. And, as you might expect, Harry is 100 percent immune to all of these distractions as he merrily dashes for freedom."
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Reader Reviews

Keystone Kapers review

Reviewed March 08, 2005

psychopenguin says: "The Atari 2600 has always been home to many classic games, including that darn Pitfall series. There were also some underrated games made for the system, including Solaris (best Atari 2600 game ever??) and Kaboom! And who could forget the immortal classics such as Pitfall, Pitfall 2, River Raid, and Adventure? There was also another underrated game that I enjoyed playing very very much, named Keystone Kapers. The gameplay was fast, fun, and furious, and became very addcitve quickly. It may not h..."
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