Impossible Mission (DS) review
"Back in the early eighties on the Commodore 64, Impossible Mission was a well named game. Aside from the obvious reference to a popular espionage series, the game's difficulty lived up to the title. You were a secret agent infiltrating an evil genius' stronghold, hoping to capture him before he could launch a nuclear missile. To accomplish this, you explored the rooms of his hideout, searching assorted furniture for puzzle pieces that you then had to combine to find a password. "
Community review by sashanan (November 07, 2007)
Sashanan doesn't drink coffee; he takes tea, my dear. And sometimes writes reviews. His roots lie with the Commodore 64 he grew up with, and his gaming remains fragmented among the very old, the somewhat old, and rarely the new.
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