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Warp Man is another game I was able to play thanks to the Namco Museum Collection 2 on the Evercade. The more reviews I write from games on Evercade cartridges the more I appreciate the Evercade as a system. Warp Man is a mixture of two things. We are protecting a black hole looking thing from enemies coming through. Then we get into Bomberman like levels. I am not really clear what is going on with Warp Man but I enjoyed it.

The enemies in Warp Man keep appearing. We take them out and they keep on coming. The enemies characters change color and sometimes lay eggs. The eggs will turn into another enemy that we must deal with. There are a limited amount of hits we can take and there are a set amount of enemies in each level. Certain enemies will carry around letters that we can collect and spell a word. The word being spelled in Warp Man is EXTRA. Not a long word to spell.

I did some research and found the way we move from the space world to the maze world in Warp Man is to enter the black hole when it is flashing. Then we can plant bombs and blow the enemies up that way. The main issue families will have with Warp Man is violence. We are shooting or blowing up (with bombs) a variety of characters in Warp Man. The is pretty much all we wind up doing in this game (aside from spelling EXTRA).

Graphically Warp Man looks decent for its day and era. It is neat that in essence two different kinds of games were included within Warp Man. They are both on the limited side though. The music and sounds effects are decent to listen to. Expect to hear a lot of shooting sounds since that is what we mainly do in Warp Man. The controls work well and I had no issues there.

I had fun playing Warp Man. I was really surprised to see a Bomberman like game screen in Warp Man. I wish they had fleshed that out some more personally. The enemy random movements in Warp Man can make it a bit of a pain. They can only go the four main directions in Warp Man. There are no diagonal attacks in this video game. I would love to see this franchise receive a resurrection in the near future. It was a pleasure for me to play and review Warp Man.
- Paul


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

System: Evercade/ NES
Publisher: Namco
Developer: Namco
Rating: ‘NR’ for Not Rated

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