Reviewed: 19 years, 5 months ago (June 18, 2003, midnight)
This is a game about covering up all the fakes. When you have walked over each fake, you win. There are enemies that try to stop you from walking on the fakes. Aside from this exciting gameplay factor, there's no real reason to play it. The font is pretty bad. If you want to walk over fakes, this is the game for you.
There's worse on the archives, the only reason this game gets ANY score. I don't see how this game took longer than 3 hours to make.
Reviewed: 19 years, 6 months ago (June 3, 2003, midnight)
When Liver told me about "Zbert", i searched whole the web for Qbert and played it. I thought it was really fun, and became interested in the Zbert project! The result is as good as a Qbert-like game can be in ZZT. Exellent gameplay, fantastic engine, cool graphics, and FUN! The only problem is that it is a bit too easy. :P
By: Dr. Dos
Reviewed: 19 years, 6 months ago (June 1, 2003, midnight)
There's really only a resemblence to Q*Bert, but that doesn't stop it from being fun. It's one of those games where there's a near perfect balance of challenge and fun. The graphics aren't much, but then again if you can think of a way to improve the graphics and have the game function then you're special. It's something you should check out. Get it when you have some time.
By: Master Raze
Reviewed: 19 years, 6 months ago (May 31, 2003, midnight)
I played this game especially because i know MLH worked really hard on it and I wasn't dissapointed with the outcome because the game does exactly what its meant to do and that is to entertain. it's an arcade game so don't expect it to go in real depth where plot and character development is concerned. the gameplay is good and the powerups do add depth but overall it CAN be repetitive. on the whole, its a great game with some minor flaws.