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- Zeewolf -

In the not too distant future a large corperation called Ecliptico has pretty much become the world superpower by dirty means. A small rival company has now cracked the secret of fusion power and wants to rebuild earth but ofcourse Ecliptico will have none of that and has stolen the plans. Zeewolf is the name of the attack helicopter with which you must take out Ecliptico and retrieve the stolen plans.

The game takes place as a mission a time and these include simple things like destroy this and that but sometimes you will have to rescue POW's or escort a vehicle. The gameplay somewhat reminds me of desert strike but Zeewolf is made up of completely 3D vectorgraphics which is not as detailed as spritebased graphics but it moves a lot more fluently. Also there is a fair bit of strategy involved as you are up against an enemy which greatly outnumbers you.
You have several different missiles and guns at your disposal when fighting enemies which you can resupply during a mission from a friendly ship. You'll have to pay for it though because you are a mercenary and the amount of money you make depends completely on how well you do.
The controls take a bit of getting used to as helicopters move forward by flying downwards, the mouse controls mimick this quite well but they are very hard to get used too. The joystick controls are a lot easier to learn but they don't give you as much control.

Zeewolf graphically looks a lot like a game called virus but adds a lot more action and strategy. Once you get used to the controls you'll be flying around blasting bad guys like there is now tomorrow and earning your paycheck while doing it. There's more strategy involved compared to desert strike while still giving a lot of high quality shoot'em up action and also a good so you can't really go wrong with that.

Overal rating: 8/10

Erde Kaiser


This game was released for one system here are some notes:
Amiga Released in 1994.

Date added Feb-04-2011 13:44
Name Zeewolf
Developer Binary Asylum
Publisher Binary Asylum
First released 1994
Genre Action
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Download Commodore Amiga, filesize: 395 Kb
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Manual No manual available
Solve / Docs No solve available
No extra docs available
 

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