Impossible Mission (Nintendo DS)

Release Date: 08 June 2007 | Certificate: Suitable for 3 years and over
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Once again you can become Special Agent 4125, and undertake the desparate mission of saving the world from Elvin Atombender's evil plot to destroy it!

Impossible Mission, originally released in 1984 by EPYX, could arguably be one of the greatest games ever produced. Its appeal, then as now, is the simple plot, challenging gameplay, totally fluid animation and spine-tingling sound FX - who will ever forget Elvin's immortal words, 'Destroy him, my robots'.

You have 6 hours, of real time, in which to thoroughly search 32 rooms, locate 36 puzzle pieces and then crack the code to defeat Elvin. To navigating the rooms you must time your runs and jumps, leap around platforms and use moving lifts, all this while avoiding deathly and devious human-seeking robots and black orbs. Other features that make Impossible Mission an outstanding game are, every time the game begins all the rooms are re-arranged, the puzzle pieces moved and the robots relocated, playability is not hindered by having a fixed number of lives instead, each time you die you lose 10 minutes of time off the clock.

Impossible Mission oozes atmosphere, possess rewarding gameplay and addictiveness, and massive appeal for novice and die-hard gamers alike.
Release Date: 08 June 2007
Certificate: PEGI 3+ - PEGI Minimum Age 3

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Catalogue No: GE24874