Tunnel Runner (Atari 2600) - 2021 report by Whydis

Tunnel Runner (Atari 2600)

Reviews by Features

Archaic

(1 reviews)
Atari

(1 reviews)
Trick

(1 reviews)
Value

(1 reviews)
Replay

(1 reviews)
Fact

(1 reviews)
Craze

(1 reviews)
Game

(3 reviews)
Door

(3 reviews)
Maze

(1 reviews)
Idea

(1 reviews)
Zx81 platform

(1 reviews)
Guy

(1 reviews)

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Reviews around archaic (5.00 of 5)

  • If you like mazes and Maze Craze is a little archaic for you or you like first person games then give this a try.

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Reviews around atari (5.00 of 5)

  • My favorite atari 2600 game hands down!

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Reviews around trick (5.00 of 5)

  • The game offered some other innovations such as warp doors; depending on the door you could either go back to a previous maze, hit a jackpot and jump to the next maze without finding the key, or being randomly dropped somewhere within the current maze (a good trick to sometimes save yourself when the ghosts were about to eat

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Reviews around value (5.00 of 5)

  • This game had terrific replay value.

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Reviews around replay (5.00 of 5)

  • This game had terrific replay value.

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Reviews around fact (5.00 of 5)

  • This game is too fun not to overlook the fact that it may be a little on the easy side

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Reviews around craze (5.00 of 5)

  • If you like mazes and Maze Craze is a little archaic for you or you like first person games then give this a try.

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Reviews around game (3.22 of 5)

  • This game is too fun not to overlook the fact that it may be a little on the easy side
  • The game offered some other innovations such as warp doors; depending on the door you could either go back to a previous maze, hit a jackpot and jump to the next maze without finding the key, or being randomly dropped somewhere within the current maze (a good trick to sometimes save yourself when the ghosts were about to eat
  • I maybe the hardest maze game I ever played.

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Reviews around door (1.95 of 5)

  • The game offered some other innovations such as warp doors; depending on the door you could either go back to a previous maze, hit a jackpot and jump to the next maze without finding the key, or being randomly dropped somewhere within the current maze (a good trick to sometimes save yourself when the ghosts were about to eat
  • The game offered some other innovations such as warp doors; depending on the door you could either go back to a previous maze, hit a jackpot and jump to the next maze without finding the key, or being randomly dropped somewhere within the current maze (a good trick to sometimes save yourself when the ghosts were about to eat
  • You walk around a maze and try to find the door out while stumbling across other doors, such as a warp door that sends you to another part of the maze at random or the door that sends you back to the last level

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Reviews around maze (1.00 of 5)

  • I maybe the hardest maze game I ever played.

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Reviews around idea (1.00 of 5)

  • but a bad idea just to try out as the porter would frequently drop you near a ghost!).

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Reviews around zx81 platform (1.00 of 5)

  • This is one of the first 3D first person games ever created, although it may in reality be a rip-off of 3D Monster Maze for the Sinclair ZX81 platform with the 16 KB memory expansion

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Reviews around guy (1.00 of 5)

  • Oh, and watch out for the bad guys who look suspiciously like simplified versions of the T-Rex from 3D Monster Maze

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