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Litil Divil

Litil Divil
GenreAction Puzzle
DeveloperGremlin Graphics
PublisherPhilips Media
Reviewed byndial
An impressive (CD-ROM only) action puzzle game from Gremlin Interactive released in 1993 for the Amiga CD32, PC-DOS and in 1995 on Philips CDi.
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The objective of the game is to control the devil Mutt through a series of five mazes to gather a Mystic Pizza of Plenty. Mutt would have rather stayed in bed, but he was appointed by a nasty fellow to pick straws with a bunch of other devils, as is shown in the introduction movie. Unfortunately for him, he picked the shortest one and became the loser who had to collect the Pizza of Plenty. The dungeons have been scattered with rooms which Mutt needs to explore and in which he has to solve small puzzles or beat enemies to acquire objects that are needed to successfully accomplish the dungeon. The on-screen map helps to keep you from getting too lost, but for long term play, graph paper might be a help. Keeping the fun alive, and allowing you to use your brain... not just your thumb speed.

The graphics on the CD-i system are identical to the Amiga CD32 version (but someone said that are a bit better on the Philips systems concerning the number of colors being used...). The character animation are wonderful, and the backgrounds are very colorful and detailed! I liked this pseudo-3d style of the overall level design to be honest! The sound is equally good too, featuring nice in games CD music but just a few digitized sfx (the only disappointing thing here....)
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Comparable platforms
Philips CDi
Commodore CD32
Hardware information


CDiCPU: 16/32-bit 68070 CISC Chip at 15,5MHz
MEMORY: 640Kb to 32MB RAM (typical up to 1996)
GRAPHICS: 24bit RGB 16,7 million-color palette (32,768 on screen), supporting resolutions from 384x280 to 768x560, supports VideoCD and Digital Video
SOUND: MCD 221 chip, 16bit 8 channel stereo sound, CD-audio
The CDi (default) color palette
24bit RGB 16,7 million-color palette (32,768 on screen)
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