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Sammy Lightfoot

Sammy Lightfoot (APP2) game cover art
Platform: Apple II
Tags: Action
Developer: Sierra

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??/??/1983

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Reader Reviews

Sammy Lightfoot review

Reviewed May 20, 2009

aschultz says: "Sammy Lightfoot(SL) is a step down from the better-remembered Hard Hat Mack in fun, playability and fairness, but it's still the sort of interesting old-school title worth a brief spin. Sammy's this tubby orange-haired fellow who makes squip noises when he walks and boingy noises when he jumps. His hair even spins around when he dies! The game's object is just to reach the platform at the top, navigating obstacles in three scenarios. Then you start all over again with a different, ..."
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