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Demons to Diamonds 


As I continue to explore a plethora of retro video games from back in the day I acknowledge there will be some stinkers in there. Which is exactly how I feel about Demons to Diamonds on the Atari 2600. I played Demons to Diamonds on the Evercade system thanks to the Atari Collection 2. I am very thankful I had the money to purchase that cartridge on the Evercade system. It is so cool to play retro games on current systems. It is also cool to see a system devoted only to that.

We move left and right on the bottom of the screen in Demons to Diamonds. We shoot these ugly looking things and make them go away. Please note they come back pretty quickly. These demons are also shooting at the player. In fact Demons to Diamonds could be described as challenging. We do not shoot in the way a projectile works. Instead our shots can stretch out along multiple lines. This feels really weird in Demons to Diamonds at first.

Hopefully you were able to catch the live capture and/or video of Demons to Diamonds. This game did not impress me when I first played it. Honestly Demons to Diamonds still does not impress me. The whole long line shot concept in Demons to Diamonds does not work that well. Why? Demons on lower levels can knock us out of it. So I found going after the closer demons made more sense.

I am unclear how so many demons are spawning in Demons to Diamonds. I am also unclear how we are turning a spiritual demonic being into diamonds. I came away from Demons to Diamonds more confused when I started. I feel like there is a story there but I was not let into the club to find out what it was. All I learned from Demons to Diamonds is to get them before they get me.

I give Demons to Diamonds credit for trying a different kind of shooting game play mechanic. That is literally all Demons to Diamonds has going for it. Too bad that different shooting game play mechanic does not work well. Demons to Diamonds looks below average and sounds around average. I recommend families pass on Demons to Diamonds on the Atari 2600. Historical gamers might be interested in Demons to Diamonds.
- Paul


Graphics: 55%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 55%

System: Atari 2600/Evercade
Publisher: Atari
Developer: Atari
Rating: ‘NR’ - Not Rated

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