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Gamma Goblins

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Platform: Apple II
Tags: Action
Developer: Sirius


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Gamma Goblins review

Reviewed April 07, 2009

aschultz says: "So many early Apple games copied arcade games that weren't much good, and I am sorry to that Gamma Goblins is not a successfully entertaining port of Astro Blaster. It almost makes it, though. The idea is straightforward and sensible, with waves of different monsters coming down in formation. But you have too many random scenarios where you can be trapped into losing a life. Having seven lives does not mitigate this, though the game has a nice ending scene after you go through four iterations of..."
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