Ace Lightning is one of a popular BBC TV series. And after the last several years, this hit movie was adapted into a game in 2002 and is widely accepted worldwide. This is a fantasy game full of fun animation. You will feel surprised by what this game has to offer. It deserves you to sit down and give it a try.
Ace Lightning has a beautiful view from above with an amusement park and many large and small houses in the city. However, you will quickly feel a little down when you realize that most buildings will be closed for a long time.
You will be transported into a world with 12 different themes, and everything happens in a 2D platform, where you have to fight a series of enemies to explore the whereabouts of Gold Amulet. You will repeat basic moves to get to the end of a level. Of course, you’ll also pick up items and toys along the way, including items that allow you to fly to complete missions faster.
Like other games, completing a level, you will be rewarded with another two minigame round. Each of these minigames has different goals that must be achieved in a given amount of time. It could be defeating a series of enemies in a given amount of time or participating in a power test game by hitting the bell on the column’s top.
Visually, Ace Lightning gives itself the ability to handle graphics somewhere between GBA and GBC levels. So while the image isn’t too sharp, it’s better than the GBA platform’s usual quality. Graphics are also relatively large in different regions. The drawings are also taken directly from the drama, so there is a lot of realism. However, if you are a loyal fan of this series, you may not feel the game’s novelty and attraction when it is entirely predictable.