Title Codename Hell Squad Game Type Action Adventure Publisher Digital Dreams Entertainment Players 1 Compatibility AGA/ECS HD Installable No (runs from the CD) Submission Markus Castren (email@example.com) Review Codename Hellsquad is the long waited game from Digital Dreams Entertainment which was first to be released by Vulcan Software three years ago under the name of Codename Hellpigs. Since then the game hasn't changed a lot. It now comes in a CD jewel case and with digitized movie-like intro and outro sequences. There is no manual but a text file on the CD which explains the basics you need to know when playing the game. You control four merceneries who are sent to investigate some strange happenings on Earth(?). The plot is very, very stupid so I won't go further into it. The game looks like Indy/Monkey Island games, (the standard point and click adventure format) but it's actually simpler and playing the game is rather easy. The difference is though, that in this type of game you usually have only one person to control, in CHS you have four. There's some action bits added too where you have to shoot at the aliens and all kinds of robots. Nothing special there, since they're very easy and I never got killed by any of them. All the men have "shield points" though, so they might die if they get shot too badly. The main idea of the game, however, is still to solve lots of puzzles. The graphics look very pleasent to me as the game is set to work on ECS Amigas too. Audio wise I can say the same, as all locations have different music/atmospheric sounds so it really adds depth to the game. The dialogue throughout the game trys to be funny but fails somewhat, and has a lot of swearing (so?). I would recommend this game to anyone who's into the likes of Amazon Queen/Indy 4/Monkey Island etc. The game is easy to get into and at least for me offered plenty of challenge although I still managed to finish it in few days without getting any help from anywhere. Definitely worth checking if you liked the demo!