Sometimes a maze game pops up that is so simple, yet so ingenious and tricky that you have to say, "Why didn't I think of that?". Mower man is a new machine code game from new author Keith Perry.
The game has great graphics, a fantastic 3-channel soundtrack (only when using the mini expander) and consists of:
Mr. Mower has to mow the grass in the park and clean up all the garbage, and he really likes this job. However, in any idyllic job, there are some small annoyances, and Mr. Mauer has a few "little annoyances". Firstly, he has a piece job, so he has to mow the grass in the allotted time, and secondly, he has energy problems, which he can only make up for by eating Mouerman's lunch. If he runs out of time or energy, he returns to the beginning again. So far so good and nice, but swarms of killer bees are flying around, and if Mr. Mower gets stung, it's "One man went to mower's heaven." Mower man is a game that is addictive and requires strategy. If you can mow down the park in the allotted time, conserve your energy by eating your Mowermans lunch and avoid the killer bees, you can keep accumulating your score to be in the top ten in the hall of fame. The further you go, the more swarms of killer bees you raise.
Fun family, addictive, super enjoyable game.