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Acid Drop

Acid Drop (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Atari 2600
Tags: Puzzle
Developer: Salu


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Reader Reviews

Acid Drop review

Reviewed January 01, 2004

ddsilver says: "Todayís topic in the wide world of Atari 2600 reviewing is a true oddity. Saluís 1992... yes 1992... release, Acid Drop. Apparently, the Atari 2600 still had a following in Europe in the early 90s, and Salu released several titles during this period. Acid Drop was a clone of the1990 Genesis release, Columns. How well did the classic puzzler transfer to the limited hardware of the Atari 2600? Well, to be sure, Acid Drop is a mixed bag. The gameplay itself ..."
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