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Hard Hat Mack

Hard Hat Mack (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Apple II
Tags: Action
Developer: Electronic Arts


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Hard Hat Mack review

Reviewed May 22, 2009

aschultz says: "Donkey Kong inspired a number of three-level looping spinoffs in the eighties, and one of the most successful ideas was Hard Hat Mack (HHM,) a cute little platformer about a construction worker with various tasks to perform. He starts off drilling cement blocks in place on the first level, gathers lunch boxes, and apparently in the afternoon he has crates to drop into some crazy machine. He's obstructed by Osha or the Vandal. Each looks different but move in exactly the same predet..."
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