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Publisher: Millennium     Developer: Unknown
Year of release: 1990

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Genres : Action / Puzzle

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# 15 - Oct 90

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Martin S. Thoresen wrote ...2002-01-29 12:15:27
ST Action summary: Manix is attractive to look at with colourful and quite nicely drawn sprites that move smoothly around the playing area. The instant appeal comes in the shape of cutesy graphics and extremely simple gameplay. However, after a while, the game becomes increasingly repetitive with one level looking very much like another. The sound adds nothing special to the game and be regarded as just average. I'm afraid this time, simplicity has not worked as well as it seems to have done with certain other recent releases. Nevertheless, it is by no means a poor production but just am average game. Perhaps if you're looking for a relaxing game that doesn't ask too much of you, Manix is the one but don't expect the appeal to last. Rating = 66 %
guy ross wrote ...2002-01-06 14:54:01
I don't know what it was, but the music was ok (whittaker, I think) it had good graphics and it was fun to play - u had to match the landscape up by bouncing on it to change the seperate bits (i never was any good at explaining games :p) so there was a bit of strategy involved, ten things came along that could burst you, or that changed the bits u'd already got matched. I liked it.