Sachen 8-in-1: Volume 2 by Sachen (Game Boy Color)





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Published on Dec 7, 2010

Developer: Sachen
Publisher: Home Entertainment Suppliers (HES)

A multicart released in Australia and Europe featuring two of Sachen's 4-in-1 carts. The games have color added to them, but it's limited (similar to Pokemon Yellow.) The games on these multicarts are actually ports of some old monochrome games Sachen developed for the obscure handheld system, the "Mega Duck" (also known as the "Cougar Boy"). You may notice some familiar NES games that got "ported" to the GB, though they're lacking in quality compared to their originals.

Game Summaries
Puppet Knight: A clone of Bomberman. I managed to get up to World 5, but gave up after that. I believe there's 5 levels in each world. You start each level at default power, which is slow and awkward. Your movement is done in half-tile form, meaning getting around is far more annoying than it should be. No bosses, just enemies to defeat.

Snake Roy: It's...Snake, but with a needlessly long intro. Eat all the pellets and proceed to the door.

Virus Attack: A Galaga knockoff. Not too bad, though you move rather slow in these GB Sachen games for seemingly no reason whatsoever. It's similar to their NES Galaga game, Huge Insect.

Electron World: It's Battle City with their own coat of paint. Why do these companies like Battle City so much? First Gamtec and now Sachen...It's not bad, per se, but it's too primitive for most people to care about.

Dice Square: I have no idea what I'm doing in this game. Seriously. If you know how this game plays (I don't have a manual for this one) or what it's based off of, let me know! It'll likely get redone later on.

Trouble Zone: Columns on the GB. It's not bad, just kinda slow.

Pile Wonder: A Sokoban clone. Not that bad, but kinda primitive.

Suleiman's Treasure: A game based off of an ancient PC game called Oil's Well, which is based off of an arcade game called Anteater. Sachen released a clone of this for the NES called Popo Team. This features an Egyptian theme, but has kinda iffy controls.

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