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Alter Ego

NES

Description:

A port of the original (by Denis Grachev for the ZX Spectrum), Alter Ego is a puzzle game for NES. Swap positions with your “alter ego” to move about the level and obtain all the bouncing “pixels”.

The game features fun puzzles, colorful graphics, and great music. A cart label (PNG) and manual (PDF) are included.

Source Code is included.

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User Review Information

Alter Ego on the NES reviewed at FlickeringMyth.com

Reviewed By: Villordsutch on 27 Sep 2016

Over at FlickeringMyth.com Villordsutch reviews Alter Ego on the NES and also links to its original release on the ZX Spectrum too.

http://www.flickeringmyth.com/2016/08/video-game-review-alter-ego-on-the-nes/

Alter Ego was excellent on the ZX Spectrum (Denis Grachev) and here to on the NES. Programmed by Shiru the game keeps the core of original Speccy game alive, yet makes this game look and play like it belongs back in the late 80’s on the classic NES. With some excellent music from Richard “Kulor” Armijo this is a game people should have in the library.

Version 1.0 Recommended - Yes

User Reviews
HeadlineAuthorDateVersionRecommended
Alter Ego on the NES reviewed at FlickeringMyth.comVillordsutch27 Sep 20161.0Yes
Great home-brew gameStratosVX26 Jul 20161.0Yes
The One of Really Recomended Homebrew Gamesananda03 Jul 2014N/AYes