Back in the 80's, Great Giana Sisters is probably the best game I've played on my C64. If you allow yourself to go beyond the likelihood with Super Mario Bros on NES, you'll discover a challenge that is well-tuned and that appeal you to improve your skills -- a dimension that is imho too much abandoned nowaydays.
|that damn'd fish!|
visual feedback), the fire won't burn you. That makes it a whole lot easier (on the C64, only a game engine bug allowed us to cross that screen).
in level 22" if I could "simply" find out how many power-up blocks I need to skip so that I have a "clock" to freeze the fish when I reach that place.
This, friends, was the original Great Giana Sisters, and when my 11-year-old nephew discovered it, he kept playing it for roughly 1 hour and a half, although by then, he hardly managed to beat level 2. Stay tuned for part 2 on "Twisted Dreams (PSN)".
(Trop chaud pour la version française. Revenez demain)