Asterix & Obelix is a platform game that was released by Infogrames in 1996, for the PC, SNES, Game Boy and Game Boy Color. There are some good games that are based on these two characters, but this one is a game that is hard to comment on. It's nice that they wanted to make a platforming game, which is best suited, but here it's more misses than hits. As you guessed, you can play as either Asterix or Obelix. One problem is that there is no difference between these two characters, in terms of skills or abilities. Both of them play the same and making a selection pointless. Had Asterix jump higher than Obelix(as an exmaple) then there would be at least ONE difference between them. A few seconds into the game, you'll discover that there are "coin boxes" scattered through the levels. Doesn't this remind you of Super Mario Bros? These boxes are mostly pointless and they're only good for increasing your score. Attacking is awkward and there is not much variety among the enemies. The objective of each level is a complete joke: get from left to right. That's it. These are mostly the bad elements in the game and other than the graphics, there isn't any good thing to say about this game. Overall, Asterix & Obelix is a prime example of how NOT to make a platforming game.
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