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DOS - 1990

Also available on: Amiga - Amstrad CPC - Atari ST - Commodore 64 - MSX

Alt name Batman: The Movie
Year 1990
Platform DOS
Released in United States
Genre Action, Racing / Driving
Theme Arcade, Licensed Title, Movies, Platform, Puzzle elements, Shooter
Publisher Data East Corporation
Developer Ocean Software Ltd.
Perspectives 2D scrolling, Side view
Dosbox support Fully supported on 0.73
4.16 / 5 - 49 votes

Description of Batman

Everyone's favorite hooded vigilante is back, but he's not better than ever. Or, more precisely, his previous outing with OCEAN.

You're out on a five-level mission to --what else-- rid Gotham City of troublesome criminals. The gameplay is a nice combination of four-way scrolling platform and the horizontal-scrolling driving game. Fluid animation and gameplay variety, however, are bogged down beneath the annoying energy bar that can't be replenished-- you'll suddenly get sent back miles if you run out of energy. The driving section is fun, but there are no cool Batmobile weapons to distinguish the sleek car from crummy Beetles.

Fun, but not for long.

Review By HOTUD

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Dundoo 2023-02-07 0 point DOS version


Q - Up
A - Down
O - Left
P - right
Space - attack/grappling hook by holding Q and pressing space

Sagadali 2023-01-05 0 point DOS version

Does anyone know how to play on the keyboard?

Leannelouis 2022-10-21 0 point DOS version

I couldn’t get anything to work.

The Boz 2022-10-07 0 point Amiga version

My mate James got the Amiga bundle with this game included, and was the very first game he played on his computer. It was one of the first games I played on the Amiga and I did love it at the time, how it looked, sounded and played. It was an Ocean movie licence which meant that predominantly it was a platformer. One of Ocean's better move tie ins.

Johnny-boy 2021-01-16 2 points Commodore 64 version

This game brings lot of memories. My childhood game. I still have commodore 64 game cassette and it still works. I recommend to play this game.

NMI715 2020-11-07 2 points Amiga version

For Amiga cheat mode, type jammmmm in the title screen. Successfull entry will make the title picture show upside down.

Chromeface 2018-09-15 2 points DOS version

I got the password! :P

THE GAMER DUDE 157 2014-06-02 -1 point DOS version

WHAT IS THE PASSWORD?????????????????

yung buck 2013-01-22 -1 point DOS version


wotup robbb

collector rob 2008-06-20 2 points DOS version

i recomend this game and all the batman games for collectors. dont know if this one works yet but the others do and with dosbox if u dont know.

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