Read the full review here.

“… in the end, the title ends up playing like a slower-paced, less-polished version of Adventure Island, which was released two years prior.”
– from the full review, which you can read here.

I really do not have much to say about Amagon. Perhaps others have fond memories of it, and maybe there was a staff member or two on the development team that were passionate about its production, but the Megagon transformation effect seems to be the flagship feature; and, when your one-trick pony is not among the strongest thoroughbreds in the race, you will typically lose that race. The finish line, in this case, is the Mark of a High-Quality Game, in case you were wondering how that odd metaphor works.

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