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Desert Falcon

Desert Falcon (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Atari 7800
Tags: Shooter, Scrolling
Developer: Atari
More Platforms: Atari 2600


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Desert Falcon review

Reviewed June 24, 2011

Rob Hamilton says: "After playing this game for a few hours, I discovered that my favorite power-up was the one that warped me straight to the boss, so I could kill it and move to the next level in the hopes of finding the proper three glyphs to do it again. You get FAR more points for wasting them than for doing anything else and Desert Falcon is a rather repetitive game, where one level blends into the next with no real difference besides the density of enemy waves and the background color."
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