Game Info: Fire & Ice





Presentation   8/10
Graphics  7/10
Sound  7/10
Music  9/10
Control  7/10
Gameplay  8/10
Total  9/10
Developer Graftgold Alt Title Fire and Ice
Distributed by Renegade Programmer Andrew Braybrook
Prod. Year 1994 Composer Jason Page
Type Platform Graphics Phillip Williams
NVRAM Hi-Scores Graphics John Lilley
HDSave No Accelerator Compatible  
Floppy Save No Fast RAM Compatible  
CD32 Enhanced CDDA AGA / ECS AGA?
Protection No Game Modes and features - 1 Player
# of CD's 1 # of CDDA 22
Case Type Jewell CD Size 2.48 MB
Big Boxed No Age Rating None
Reviewed 22 June 2002 EAN Code 018247373455
Release Date   Screenformat PAL
Comment The darling adventures of cool coyote



Review By Ridge

This is a well made platformer and is CD enhanced and was originally released on Amiga 500.
The CD32 version have high-score supprt, some enhanced GFX, and a kick-ass soundtrack. The music is made by the legendary Jason Page that was and maybe still is a freelancer musician. The music fits the design of the game completely and this game feels very complete. The GFX is very nice and the main thing is to collect some parts, but this is more like a Robocod game because it have 8-way scrolling unlike Super Mario Bros and Sonic thate mainly runned sideways. You have a weapon and you can make it more powerfull by charging it up by Lightning. You also have a little fellow that follows you and do also shoot foes. The bad thing about the game is the difficulty, and the precission you need to complete a level is almost as extreme as in Super Monkeyball expert levels on Game Cube. Fire & Ice is not just another platformer on AMIGA and is among the better ones and have several different features unlike most platformers. Another game that CD32 users must own.