In Submarine Attack, the player controls a submarine in an underwater environment. The player must shoot down enemies that are coming toward them using missiles either at the front or rear of the sub.
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There are six stages in the game, and at the end of each one, the player has to defeat a boss who requires multiple shots to kill. One the player defeats a boss they proceed to the next, more difficult stage.
Simple but effective!
By Jack Anderson on December 20, 2018
Submarine Attack is a game released almost thirty years ago, in 1990, on the glorious Sega Master System. This is one of my first games, as the Master System was my first console. As a kid, I really enjoyed it. Almost thirty years later, I have just tried playing again this game, and boy was it fun. The game starts directly with the opening card on an excellent and very catchy and powerful soundtrack. A few seconds later, our submarine is launched into the water and the fun begins.
On a still catchy soundtrack, we move forward into the water and have to destroy all the boats and helicopters.
Design-wise, the boats look like fish, which is a very clever thing, as they also react very fast and almost have fish abilities.
The game itself is not very long, but it is still great. The overall concept is extremely simple and very, very addictive. So addictive, that I end my review here and go back playing this superb game.
I give it 8 out of 10. Superb.
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