Welcome to the Underworld, where you guide Mutt, the bad luck Litil Divil, through the Labyrinth of Chaos to retrieve the Mystical Pizza of Plenty. Our “hero” takes a fateful step through the Mortal Portal to prowl five hellish levels of treacherous tunnels with more than 50 raucous rooms of gameplay. Beware of killer spiders, bottomless swamps, ferocious furnaces... and crazed bartenders. And watch out! If you can't get Mutt to the Overlord, The Entity and The Servant will drag him to the Torture Room for a little fiendish fun.
An impressive variety of addictive mini-games and challenging riddles with over 50 rooms to explore
Classic cartoon humor, colorful graphics, and memorable characters
Great mix of action, platformer, and puzzle elements
Great game I recommend for everyone. The game isn't new by any sense as it was already released in the days of Amiga CD32 and Dos. The game is difficult and has its pixel charm. Our goal is to go to the dungeon and collect gold and keys. There are traps that need to jump. Sometimes you will need to fight. But the game has its downsides, one of them is the work of the camera and terribly low resolution. I recommend it for those who like tough games and for those who like retro games.
I bought this immediately because I used to own a copy back in the 90's and loved this game back then. Although the animations/framerate may be considered less than ideal by modern standards, I find that it has aged reasonably well. It's a nice little old-school blend of various puzzle/action/platform minigames tied together by increasingly complicated trap-filled labyrinth levels. The game has a lot of humor and charm while being reasonably difficult (whether it's for the right reasons or not is debatable. You won't regret having a pencil and graph paper available though.)
I got this game for free and I wanted to try it out. What I got was a mildly interesting experience at first, and then it started to feel like hell. The game itself is pretty good: simple yet challenging gameplay, puzzles that really get you thinking, and some funny hijinx all come together to create a game worth playing. My major problems with it are very annoying. First the walking speed of Mutt is somewhat slow, and if you add to that the annoying way the walls are almost the same color as Mutt, then you might get a bit of an eye strain staring at the red/orange blur on your screen. Second is the way the menu is so difficult to navigate through, what with how it is without text. I was mislead by the diskette icon (which usually means Save) and lost my progress because of it (for some reason it was Load, and I haven't found where you can save yet). Apart from these two sins, I did find a bit of a gem in this game. It's not so bad. I might go back and try this game again. Eventually.
Litil Divil is fun, diverse, challenging and entertaining. The animations are fantastic, although not exactly Space Ace or Dragon's Lair quality, but they really are classic, old fashioned cartoons with lots of slapstick humor and filled with funny moments. It's one of the games that, if you've probably played when you were young, you'll be remembering forever as one of your favorites. It's not mine, I'm really fond of Commander Keane myself, but this one could have been IT if I had the chance to play it back in its diaper days. It might not have the same magic now, but you can see how it immediately pulled me back to those awesome memories. It's a great puzzle game, with platforming elements, fun little mini-games and the unknown of what you might find in the next room. An overall beautiful experience worth your time.
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