Back in the mid 80's it started to become really popular to make computer games based on films. I remember there were absolutely hundreds of titles on 8 and 16 bit machines and most of them were complete and utter repetitive rubbish. The Untouchables then was set to be just another boring film-to-computer game transformation. Fortunately someone actually had an idea to make the original and fun. The thing that stood out with Untouchables was that, whilst it did sort of follow the film loosely, the varied levels and gameplay meant that it wasn't the same thing over and over. Graphics were neat, sound was all that it needed to be and it all added up to make an original, entertaining and well polished game.