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Army Moves

By Mathew R. Ignash ( - Last updated on May 28, 2000.

Amiga - Amstrad CPC - Atari ST - C64 - MSX - ZX Spectrum

  • Vital Data:

  • Created By: Imagine/Dinamic in 1987.
  • Ported to Amiga by: Same as above.
  • System requirements: 512kb of chip RAM and a joystick. The WhdLoad installation takes just under 350kb of drive space for both the game and support files.
  • System recommended: Same as above.
  • System Friendlyness Scale: 12x45x789x - The game does not multitask, it only generates video displays and will not utilize RTG software.

  • About The Game:

    The CD
  • Synopsis: Army Moves is a simple right scrolling shooter/platformer. If anyone thinks it's a bit simple, remember it first appeared on 8-bit systems, and was later ported to the Amiga. The game play is remenicent of the arcade classic Moon Buggy, only with more shooting. I found the game extreemly hard and fast paced, maybe too much so. The copy I have came from the Amiga Classix CD-ROM from Epic Marketing. I transfered the .ADF file on the CD to a floppy and then installed it to hard drive using the WhdLoad installer.

    You play a man driving a bouncing, missle launching geep to the right of the screen. Jump over holes, while shooting enemy trucks and choppers.

    The screenshot here is running on AmigaUAE, which cannot seem to run the original version, but can run the WhdLoad patched version.
  • FAQs:

  • Reviews:

  • Area 64: A review of the C64 port of Army Moves.
  • Your Sinclair: Tony Lee rates the Spectrum version of Army Moves 8 out of 10.

  • Extras:

  • Aminet Army Moves files -
  • Cheats for Amiga Army Moves -
  • WhdLoad Installers -

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