15 October 2001
Old & famous arcades – what could be better for an experienced user? If you like Clint Eastwood, it doesn’t mean that you wear beard and that you are 70 years old, probably, you just know much about the art of playing roles. Like Clint Eastwood, the first cowboy of Hollywood, old PC arcades, like Bomberman or Digger are still loved by players all over the world.
Greenface seems to be a 4-in-1 game for sincere lovers of arcades. It’s just a combination of Bomberman, Digger, PacMan and something else, very famous, but forgotten already. Of course, you won’t see any archaisms in this game, it was created as a modern arcade, but which is based on old our interest-attracting principles. You’ll have to “drive” your hero, who is eating bricks, and to avoid balls, which are falling just as your Greenface eats bricks under them. Besides, you should do your best not to be blocked by these balls or not to block the way to the exit. So, it seems to be hard. Anyway, I’m sure that you’ll become an expert in this game after playing it for several minutes, and that you’ll waste whole hours on jumping through three levels of a trial version. The full one, as I could guess, includes more levels.