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UK boxart (Amiga)
|Platform(s)||Commodore Amiga, Atari ST, Atari Lynx, PC (Cancelled)|
A sequel to Switchblade, Switchblade II is an action-platformer. The action is viewed from the side. The player guides the protagonist, Hiro, through six levels infested with mechanoid, metal-clad enemies. Weapons include a knife, homing missiles, a laser beam, a flame thrower and shuriken.
Although reviews for the game were very positive, the programmer George Allen was criticized for the lack of enemies; as a result, he wanted to make a significantly faster game, which became the popular Zool.
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