Reviewed by Aristotle
Desert Demolition is a classic Looney Tunes game, but there
are a couple of bugs here and there to fix. I especially
love the fact that you can be either Road Runner or Wile E.
GRAPHICS: A little above average. You can't see the
individual polygons on the lines making up the backgrounds,
but they aren't N64 or Playstation, either. You can actually
see Wile E.'s legs when he's running, and at first glance,
his legs look like a jumble of wires.
SOUND/MUSIC: These two categories are the strong points of
the game. There is sound for every single action that the
character does, and what little music there is is absolutely
excellent, and it should be, considering it was taken right
out of the Looney Tunes episodes.
STORY: This is where the game gets into trouble. That is
because there isn't really any stoy except that from the
show. Wile E. is trying to catch the road runner via all
sorts of strange tricks, and Road Runner has to avoid all
these traps and get to the end of the level. Isn't really a
CONTROLS: Very simple, the result of this is a high score.
One button jumps, one button dashes, and one button leaps
(Wile E.) and beeps (Road Runner). Very simple, compared to
the Playstation controls nowadays.
DIFFICULTY: Not that hard. It's a good thing they ave that
timer there, because I could beat the game in less than five
minutes without it. You have the three normal difficulty
settings (easy, medium, and difficult) and that's just about
it. I findthat it is easier to beat the game with Road
Runner, mainly because all he has to do is avoid Wile E. and
get to the end of the level.
BUY/RENT: In these times, buy, because it costs you about
25% what it does to buy it if you rented it. Besides, if you
rent it, you'll beat it, and half the fun of this game is
finding new secrets. This is an excellent game, and I
recommend it to people from 7-14. This game deserves an 8/10.