Title Another World Publisher Delphine (1991) ['Classic Collection - Delphine', Delphine/Kixx (1994)] Game Type Action Adventure Players 1 HD Installable Yes Compatibility All Amigas (but only from PAL or NTSC WB) Submission Dennis Smith Profiled Reviewer Review Another World is a classic action adventure - a fast moving platform game requiring both quick reactions and a little thought, at the same time telling a story. One of a particle physicist thrown into an alien world by a fluke accident caused when lightning struck his accelerator during a crucial experiment - as detailed by the excellent intro sequence. Adherence to the story is perhaps the biggest gameplay flaw; the game is very linear and you seldom feel like you have a choice in what you do. You simply discover what is required of you and try to do it. On top of that, you only have one life, and although you can carry on from the beginning of each separate part of the plot you'll find yourself having to go through the same parts of the game again and again and again before you manage the clever trick which progresses you to the next part. All said, the game is very well put together, with well animated polygon characters, reminiscent of 'Prince of Persia', and has great animated cut-sequences between game sections. In the long run you'll find that from start to finish the game is actually fairly short, and having finished, that it lacks replay value (because of its linearity). But it's a good game nonetheless. However it was completely overshadowed by its successor, Flashback.