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Were you able to catch the amazing Twitch live stream I did where Electrocop was played? The video for that game was processed and has been released on at least one of our video sites. It will be rolling out to other video sites in the future Lord willing. The large character model in Electrocop really impressed me. The animations may not be the greatest but we have some large models in a 3D sort of environment in Electrocop. This is impressive for the Atari Lynx hand held video game system.

I played Electrocop on the Evercade and am very thankful this compilation cartridge was released and that I had the money to purchase it. We can move left and right in Electrocop. We can also move away from the camera and toward the camera in Electrocop. When we walk through doors in Electrocop we are essentially on another 2D left and right panel. There are doors to progress through in Electrocop. The doors need a code to be entered.

There are numerous enemies to shoot in Electrocop. The biggest issue I have with the enemies is they respawn. I figured out I needed a code so I had to go back through this maze and try to find it. Weapons seem to have a limited amount of uses and losing all your weapons means you are pretty much dead in the water. I found Electrocop to be very confusing. There are no instructions helping the player figure out what to do in Electrocop.

The music in Electrocop is decent to listen to. The intro scene and story give a nice backdrop to this science fiction fantasy world. I wanted to progress in Electrocop. I have played this game since that live stream and still have issues finding the codes. The real selling point for Electrocop is the large character models and how we progress through the 3D mazes. I wish there was some kind of direction on finding codes in Electrocop.

All in all I ended up very frustrated with Electrocop. I found a level select cheat while doing some research. I also found a walkthrough that helped me comprehend what I was doing wrong in the game. I needed to explore the computer terminal to play some games and get the code. I think it is neat there are mini games included in Electrocop on the Atari Lynx and Evercade.
- Paul


Graphics: 70%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 50%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

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

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