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After the War - Amstrad CPC

Publisher:Dinamic Software  ?              No-Intro:N/A
Developer:Dinamic Software  ?              GoodName:After The War
Year:1989              TOSEC:After the War
Category:Action              MAME:N/A
Game Manual:Download              Game Music:N/A

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Also on: Atari ST, Commodore 64, Commodore Amiga, MSX, MSX 2, Sinclair ZX Spectrum


(Commodore 64 Version)
Advert for After the War on the Amstrad CPC.
(Commodore 64 Version)
Game map for After the War on the Amstrad CPC.
(Sinclair ZX Spectrum Version)

Año 2.019, Manhattan. Después de una guerra nuclear.

De entre las cenizas surge un héroe, Jonathan Rogers, más conocido como «Jungle Rogers», el dueño de la jungla de asfalto.

Su única posibilidad de supervivencia es alcanzar la plataforma de lanzamiento XV-238, situada en la base de control del esquizofrénico asesino profesor McJerin, y escapar a las colonias exteriores.

Su camino no va a ser fácil.

Tiene que atravesar las peligrosas calles de Manhattan infectadas de desahuciados supervivientes que, en lo desesperado de la situación, se han convertido en ladrones y antropófagos. Después le esperan los guardianes del complejo científico de McJerin.

After The War is a video game in which the player controls a character through a post-apocalyptic city, probably after a nuclear war. Released and unreleased artworks by Luis Royo and Alfonso Azpiri reveals that the city should be a post-nuclear version of New York City.

The game was published in 1989 by Dinamic Software, and consisted of two separate parts; the second half of the game was made accessible by successfully completing part one, whereupon the player is given a password (94656981).

Character movements were slightly different in both parts: common movements where to move left and right, to jump and to duck. While in first part the only way of fighting is using fists and legs, second part gives the character the ability of using some kind of futuristic gun. Both loads featured some parts with two levels.

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