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Attack of the Mutant Camels

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Platform: Commodore 64
Tags: Shooter
Developer: Llamasoft


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Attack of the Mutant Camels review

Reviewed April 28, 2009

sashanan says: "'Attack of the Mutant Camels' is a creation of the warped mind of Jeff Minter, also known as the one man company Llamasoft. Between 1982 and 1987, Jeff Minter has come up with roughly a dozen Commodore games, often simple in concept, but sharing one common characteristic: they all have a twist of insanity. AMC demonstrates this point nicely, for the player is put in a starfighter with only one purpose: to save the galaxy from an attacking horde of huge mutant camels. The concept is silly enough,..."
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Tags: Shooter, Scrolling
Release Date: 1984 (North America)

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