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Reviewed: Aha!
Developer: Computer Systems Odessa
Publisher: Sold online via Computer System Odessea here
Genre Type: Logic
Price: $15
Required System: P100, SVGA card at 800X600 minimum, 12mb HD, Win95+
Reviewer's System: PII450, 128mb Ram, ATI Rage Pro, Win98
Related Games: None really
Overall Rating:
Author: Stuart Macdonald       Date: August 27th 1999
Page: 1


Game Overview:

If I asked you to name your top five classic games of all time, I would probably be able to easily name at least three of the ones in your list. Tetris would no doubt be in there along with something modern like Command & Conquer, and if you can remember that far back, the archaic Pong should also be included. This isn't anything mystical or magical and I certainly can't read minds, it's just common sense and general knowledge. Good games are remembered for their subtlty and addictiveness, and it's this angle that Aha! is attempting to gain a foothold on.

Does it succeed and climb to the top of the ladder ready to be knocked of by the next big thing, or does it fall off and get trampled on by the host of other games competing for the crown? We'll soon find out...

Colorful fun awaits...

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Added:  Friday, August 27, 1999
Reviewer:  Stuart Macdonald
Score:
Page: 1/3

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