A reader sent me the following at the Atari 2600 game No Escape:
[QUOTE]Hey, I noticed something that may change your opinion about the Atari 2600 game No Escape. You seem to imply, but perhaps I'm wrong, that there is no strategy after about three levels. This is incorrect, if you pay attention when you play (try it), you'll find that the movement of the furies as you get further along is dictated by how YOU move the joystick. Thus, you need to learn to think and steer them into your shots as they fall. Try it, you may enjoy the game a lot more[/QUOTE]
I am re-reviewing the game, and I probably was a little harsh on it in retrospect. However, I have no idea what he means in his message about guiding the furies. I just don't see it. Help me out guys!
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