Description Prehistorik 2 takes up the story of its predecessor, for another caveman-era platform game. The hero must use his club to crush animal enemies, many of which then release bonus items to collect. He no longer needs to feed his clan, so there is no required minimum food target, unlike the. In PREHISTORIK, you and your tribe are about to eat when a humongous giant stole all the food. Now, it is up to you to search for new food and take down the giant for taking your food in the first place. You must also survive various obstacles and challenges in this game. Get your food back in this prehistoric adventure in PREHISTORIK. Prehistorik 2 is the sequel to the platform game Prehistorik and was developed and published by Titus Interactive; it was released for DOS and Amstrad CPC in 1993. There are problems with the video tag. Prehistorik 2 (1993) Prehistorik 2 released in 1993 is a Platform game published by Interplay Titus Interactive developed by Titus Interactive for the platforms Linux PC (Microsoft Windows) PC DOS Mac Amstrad CPC.
Prehistorik is a solid conversion of Titus' Amiga hit. The game's highlights are the zany humor, inventive levels, and the humorous antics of both your caveman and the enemies. What I like in particular about the game is the many creative weapons you can find and use as well as secret paths that lead to bonus items. Mac office product key finder. The music is also quite catchy and better than most games of its type (unfortunately, the PC soundfont, as usual, can't compare to the rocking Amiga one).
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The sequel Prehistorik 2 boasts even better graphics, as well as all-new levels and monsters. It also removes a semi-annoying requirement in Prehistorik that you must collect a certain amount of food before proceeding to the next level. This makes the game more fun, as you no longer need to roam around levels over and over, looking for that one last comestible. Overall, both games are fun 'feel-good' platformers that provide just the right level of challenge for the dexterity-challenged (like me), with fun levels that are difficult, but not too difficult to frustrate you. Both are highly recommended!
Reviewed by: Underdogs