Title Aunt Arctic Adventure Game Type Platform Company Mindware International Players 1 or 2 Compatibility 1.3 (as far as I know) Submission Charlene email@example.com Review One of my first games on the Amiga. I was very impressed with this game. The "plot" is probably standard for the genre; you, (Charlie the Chimp) must rescue your aunt who has been kidnapped by Big Borus, taken to the Arctic and forced to work as a circus performer. Your friend (if you are playing with one) is Penquin Pete. You may use your mouse, joystick or keyboard to play. The graphics are very well done and the music is excellent. It has an island quality on some levels, and an ominous sound on the darker levels. You will encounter several "baddies" on your quest: Nasty penguins, huge spider mums with their equally dangerous babies, and hostile Eskimos, among a few other surprises. There are invisible walls and ropes to swing to and hurdles to jump, among the assortment. Timing is usually very important as well as just figuring out where to go next! There are 50 levels of this joyous chaos, each one is 4 by 4 screens large. It requires quick reflexes as well as logic puzzle-solving skills. Overall, a game of great diversity and scope. Also very do-able if you are determined. Even though it's an older game, I would give it an overall 93%...if you like a good platformer!