Asterix & Obelix is a game released by Infogrames in 1995 for DOS, Windows, SNES, Game Boy, and Game Boy Color. The player can choose to play with both Asterix or Obelix. The game also supports two players at the same time.
The story of this game is quite basic between the levels. You get to see a scrolling sidebar and tell you about classic stories. The Romans occupied Gaul’s kingdom, and only a very small part of the land was left standing up for justice. Caesar erected a fence around it to limit the freedom of the people living in this village. Asterix and Obelix decided to go around the Roman Empire to collect souvenirs.
This is a typical Platform game. In general, all you need to do is walk the different paths at different depths as you go through the first rounds to reach higher levels. Sellers will meet more vital competitors increasingly. They are dropped from the screen’s side, and you need to press the B key more and more to get past those obstacles. It’s pretty easy to do this, but sometimes you can get hit by a surprise while doing a jump in the air. It’s general, and this idea is unique to surprise and exciting players.
Crossing levels is a “simple” matter of avoiding/defeating enemies and overcoming obstacles. There’s also a time limit for you to race, but it’s set too high, so it’s rare to lose your life because you’ve been so long. Each land will own 4-5 levels of the game. The final group is a relatively special event like a sports match after completing these missions. You will receive one key, a code to log into each remaining country to continue playing. Of course, the harder it is to play.