Title Virocop Game Type General Action Company Graftgold Players 1 Compatibility All? HD Installable Yes Submission Richard Byrne Review Virocop is a sort of three dimensional platformer, where you must guide D.A.V.E. (or something) about a themed set of missions and eliminate evil virusses and their cohorts. It has plenty of colourful graphics and reasonable music, and is great fun. For the first set of levels. You see after the first level the ideas seem to have dried up and been replaced by crap level design and masses of enemies to try and cover for fun and entertainment, for me at least this didn't work and I explored the last three levels under a cloud of frustration. I completed it by cheating. There is also the weapons screen where you can use your hard earned points to alter one or more of three slots to a different weapon, presumably the idea is that there is a 'best choice' combination for each of the separate worlds, but without a lot of experimenting I doubt anyone would come up with a winning formula. Back to the first level though- I love it, and am more than slightly suspicious that these were on all the demos. It's a sport themed land with lots of green grass and the baddies are themed similarly: Giant pool balls, tennis ball launchers and so on. There are no impossible stupid bits, but plenty of cunning design to keep Johnny Player amused and thinking. I only wish the whole game were as such, I would waste no time in recommending it to all, that as you now know is sadly not the case. Not a lot of horse power is required for decent speed, but as ever the more the better, nicer from hard disk, etc... Verdict: play the demos, than play the game and feel that a good thing has gone to waste. Pity.