Title not available to play





Download unavailable






















Advertisement

Garrison (1987)      

If any details are incorrect, please click here
Please login to add a new title.
Details (Commodore Amiga) Supported platforms Artwork and Media
Publisher:
Genre:
Author(s):
Minimum Memory Required:
Maximum Players:
Joysticks:
Language:
Media Code:
Media Type:
Country of Release:
Related Titles:
Comments:
Rainbow Arts
Shoot 'em Up

512K

Yes
Eng

3.5" Floppy disk
Worldwide
Garrison 2: The Legend Continues


Commodore Amiga
Commodore 64





VideosScreenshots (Commodore Amiga)

Please login to submit a screenshot
Your Reviews

(Anonymous) (Unknown)   24th Nov 2010 10:30
Title Garrison
Publisher Rainbow Arts
Game Type Shoot-em-up
Players 1 or more
Compatibility Not AGA
HD Installable No
Submission Angus Manwaring Profiled Reviewer

Review
Garrison was produced by Rainbow Arts, a highly skilled European Amiga
demo group, as a Gauntlet clone. Incase you're not familiar with Gauntlet,
it's a multi-directional-scrolling, top-down view, dungeon based
shoot-em-up, (phew). You and some friends dash aroound various dungeon
levels, collect potions, treasure and food, killing ghosts goblins and
anything else that looks at you oddly. The various baddies are generated
by some object or other, a collection of bones in the case of the ghosts,
and if you destroy these generators, you atleast know that after wiping
iut the remaining enemy no more will be produced. Some enemies fire
projectiles at you, some just drain health by making physical contact.
Death, a character in black, pursues you doggedly, and when he touches
you, your health decreases at an alarming rate. It's all very .....okay,
and for it's time was a pretty a good programming job with some nice
touches that typically eluded US Gold's official version. The rock guitar
music in the intro is slightly reminscent of Dire Straits' "Money for
Nothing" and there's the odd "copper" trick that doubtless made us feel
superior to owners of the Atari ST. The player's sprites are pretty slow
at covering ground though, and generally it feels much less frantic than
it did back in 1987. Not bad, but not really one for me.


Add your own review for Garrison! Fill in this section now!

Review this game

Your Name:   Town/City:
Comments:
Leave this field empty:


Rate this Game

Graphics

Sound

Playability

Value for Money

Overall

     

Other scores for this title


CheatsTrivia
There are no cheats on file for this title.No trivia on file for this title.

History


This title was first added on 14th January 2007
This title was most recently updated on 21st September 2016


Retro Isle
Login    Register     Disclaimer    Contact Us    Online Store            

Unless otherwise stated, content is copyright (C) 1999-2020, Retro Isle.
All rights reserved. Do not duplicate or redistribute in any form