Last updated on September 19th, 2023 at 04:07 pm
Based on the series of roleplaying gamebooks, Lone Wolf is an excellent side-scrolling beat ’em up rom Audiogenic.
Defeat 7 shadowy demons who inhabit the shards of the Mirror Of Death inside the sorcerer’s fortress, fighting his guardians and confronting the “boss” demon at the end of any level.
Lone Wolf and the Mirror of Death is a game released for the Commodore 64 in 1987. The game is based on the Lone Wolf book series by Joe Dever.
- The game has excellent graphics and character animations, with detailed background graphics that are not just static backdrops.
- The gameplay is smooth and responsive, with a good level design that is challenging but not frustrating.
- The game is based on the Lone Wolf book series, which adds to the appeal for fans of the series.
- The game has a good soundtrack that adds to the atmosphere of the game.
– The game was also released for the ZX Spectrum and Amiga platforms
– The game is the third Lone Wolf game for the ZX Spectrum, despite being referred to as the second in some reviews
– The game is based on the book “The Mirror of Death” from the Lone Wolf series
Overall, Lone Wolf and the Mirror of Death is a great game for fans of the Lone Wolf book series and for those who enjoy platform games. The game has excellent graphics and character animations, with smooth and responsive gameplay. The game’s good level design and soundtrack add to the overall experience.
It had to be ported on Amiga platform but it was never released.
Only C64 and Amstrad.