Blue Angel 69 - CPC
We bring you the Blue Angel 69 Amstrad CPC game from 2010. Do you know it and have you played it? If not, we hope you enjoy it and let us know what you think of this game.
Blue Angel 69 is a number-based puzzle game. It offers you to play against a friend or the computer in a turn-based battle in which you eliminate tiles containing positive or negative numbers, according to specific rules. Good anticipation skills are needed to strategically select numbers, clear the grid and finish with the best score.
Blue Angel 69 Credits
- System: Amstrad CPC
- Programmer: Kevin Thacker
- GraphicsMarkus Hohmann
- Cover author: -
Published on many computers in 1990, this Magic Bytes game finally arrives on CPC in a version offering the same feature: each removed tile progressively reveals reproductions of the famous sexy robots drawn by artist Hajime Sorayama. This classic idea is enough to revive interest in a game that is little renewed when played alone. Moreover, if side A presents images of the original game, side B invites you to discover those of its next part, Sexy Droids.
The graphics are good with catchy music and there are many options available. If the initial grids are simple, the game quickly becomes more difficult with an increasingly aggressive CPU and takes a different turn if you add a time limit each turn.
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