Batman: The Movie (Amiga)

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Batman: The Movie (or, more simply, Batman) is an action game based on the 1989 Batman film directed by Tim Burton.

AliasBatman
Year1990
GenreAction
Rating4 (4)10
PublisherOcean Software
DeveloperOcean Software
Updated5 February 2017
TAGSarcade comics puzzle-solving shooter licensed

Game Review

Batman: The Movie (or, more simply, Batman) is an action game based on the 1989 Batman film directed by Tim Burton.

Developed by Ocean Software, it was released in 1989 for the Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, MS-DOS and ZX Spectrum.

Strictly following the plot of the movie, Batman is made of 5 different games: 2 side-scrolling platformers, 2 driving games and a puzzle game, each one based on a different scenario taken from the film. The first level is a platformer on the chemical plant, while in the second the player will have to drive the Batmobile. The third level is a puzzle game, with Batman running analysis in the batcave The fourth takes place during the Joker parade and the player will have to drive the Bat-Jet. The final level, the second platformer, takes place in the Cathedral, where the final fight will happen.

The game was a huge success, especially on the ZX Spectrum. On this platform it was elected game of year. The Commodore 64 version was a bit buggy, while The Amiga version, the one offered by GamesNostalgia, is considered the best.



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