Title Menace (Second Review) Publisher Psygnosis/Psyclapse Game Type Shoot-em-up Players 1 Compatibility not AGA HD Installable No Submission firstname.lastname@example.org Review After reading the first review on this game I felt compelled to put in my idea of a review. Menace is a typical horizontal shooter. The music and soud effects are done quite well, There are 6 Levels of Action. Each level has it's own look and feel to it. This game was released prior to the Excellent Blood Money and in my opinion Menace was the first great sideways scrolling shooter out for the Amiga. There is no real intro like in Bloodmoney but when you start there is a huge mothership that appears and your ship launches from it. When I first saw this at the time it looked very impressive. As you progress through each level you will have the ability to upgrade your weapons, shields or increase your points. The enemies come in waves as is typical for this type of games. If you kill all of them (or the main ship in the wave) you will be presented with an icon. The icon by default is a Points Bonus, but if you are fast enough you can shoot it and it will change into an icon representing various weapons or a shield, then you simply run over the icon to pick it up. The game is very playable, and responsive and is still a pleasure to play even today. Menace paved the way for many great titles, if you enjoyed it then you would love Blood Money or my personal favourite Project-X.