BUMBLEBEE. NAPOLEON. Trust me.
Zool 2 was a major gameplay improvement on the original Zool. The controls were tighter, the Knuckles-like climbing system was well incorporated, and the game’s structure had been expanded. Originally designed to go on release with the new (at the time) Amiga CD32 console (The world’s first 32 bit CD based console), Gremlin unfortunately missed the deadline and Zool 2 instead got packaged with a new Amiga 1200 bundle.
The music lost the rock beats that the first one played so well, and instead focussed on the techno side of the music scene, with some tracks which rivalled SEGA’s output (others not so much). Gremlin’s music really was one of the few contenders to SEGA’s crown for amazing techno soundtracks, simply because they were consistently great. Zool 2 is no different, get it.
UPCOMING RELEASES: Monday’s release comes from an RTS style game which was almost entirely created by one French programmer using AMOS (Anybody who ever bought Easy AMOS, knows how difficult and humongous the instructions were).