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Satan's Hollow

Satan's Hollow (ARC) game cover art
Platform: Arcade
Genre: Shooter
Developer: Midway

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??/??/1982

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Staff Reviews

Satan's Hollow review

Reviewed May 05, 2007

Zigfried says: "To an impressionable six-year-old Christian schoolchild, this was an amazing find. After seeing Satan's full-body portrait on the side of the arcade cabinet, I couldn't help but leap into the lion's den; the prospect of defeating the devil and becoming a Bible Camp Hero was more temptation than I could resist!"
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