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Herges adventures of Tintin have held my imagination for over twenty years, I first read 'The crab with the golden claws' and was hooked from then. The mixture of amazingly detailed senery and great facial expressions blend with the story and sweep you along, some of the night time graphics are amazingly atmostpheric.

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I remember around about the time Tintin in Tibet was released for the SNES trying to buy a copy, but I just could not find it anywhere, that was about six years ago (1995), I have kept a look out for it ever since and when I saw it on one of the on-line auction house's I knew I just had to win it.


Here's some of the gang with
a Sherpa on their way to find Chang.

 


The story
(from the back of the box)

Re-live the adventures of Tintin on the search for his friend Chang. What happened to Chang after the crash of the DC3 on the way to Katmandu? Set off with Tintin to Tibet where all along your exciting journey you'll find vital items to aid you progress and interrogate the locals for helpful advice. You'll face many a danger as you examine the aeroplane wreck, climb on steep rock walls and meet the legendary Yeti.

Is Chang still alive?

.....Will you get there in time?

............The adventure is yours!

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Conclusion

I have enjoyed playing Tintin, it can be frustrating at times, but after the time its taken to find this game I think I can put up with that.


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