Escape From Colditz is an action/strategy game with isometric graphics created by Digital Magic Software for the Amiga in 1990.
Escape From Colditz is an action/strategy game with isometric graphics created by Digital Magic Software for the Amiga in 1990. A port for Commodore 64 was never completed.
Based on the board game Escape From Colditz by Gibson Games, this title will ask you to help 4 prisoners escape the infamous Nazi camp of Colditz, which really existed during World War 2. The four prisoners, a British, a Frenchman, an American, and a Pole (no, it's not a joke), will have to explore the camp, collect objects, solve puzzles, and collaborate to find a way to escape. Of course, this will require the excavation of a tunnel, like in every escape movie (or Prison Break).
The graphics are not stunning, ok, but perfect for this game; the difficulty level is set to "high," but if you put everything together, this is really an amazing game, with a great atmosphere and brilliant puzzles. The board game maybe is not so famous, but whether you know it or not, this electronic version is something worth trying.
Review by: Manu
Published: 13 May 2021 9:01 am