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We continue our retro reviews moving into the Atari Lynx. The first game up for review on this monstrous sized hand held (that looks a lot like the Wii U Gamepad) is Crystal Mines II. This game is similar to Boulder Dash. The biggest difference is the robot we play in Crystal Mines II can shoot the enemies. Which makes Crystal Mines II a lot easier. Especially when the player gets those aggressive tendencies.

Graphically Crystal Mines II looks good for its age. The music is upbeat, and exciting. The 150 levels and thirty-one bonus levels will keep gamers busy for some time. There is a password function when you decide to stop. The levels are interesting and diverse. Some of them can be a bit large for a hand held device like the Atari Lynx. No complaints from me though since I had to plug this machine into a power outlet to play it.

Crystal Mines II will make you think about where to go. There are plenty of items to collect. Once all the jewels are collected for a level you have to find the exit. Blowing away earth with your gun makes finding the exit pretty easy.
- Paul


Graphics: 70%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 95%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 75%

System: Atari Lynx
Publisher: Atari
Developer: Color Dream

Rating: ‘NR’ - Not Rated

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