Spectrum 2.0

Review of 'Break Neck'

Rating:4 User: The Dean of Games

1990 Lusitania (Portugal)
by Laurindo Sobrinho, Tony Sobrinho and Lucio Quintal

At first glance this doesnt promise much. The graphics are simple and unatractive and the programmers skills are not the best.
Our ships moves a bit forced and you feel like you have to push your keys harder to make it move.
Negatives put aside, once you start playing you discover that its quite addictive in fact. Each puzzle is filled with tension because of the rainbow barrier that tries to get you and you have to move fast if you want to progress. The game is very hard but once you master it and start advancing to deeper levels you soon get hooked.