Rush'n Attack

a.k.a. Green Beret

published by Konami / Playtronic in 1987-04, developed by Konami, running on Nintendo Entertainment System
type: platformer, beat 'em up
perspective: side view
player options: single player
languages: eng

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Personal review

Konami did a pretty good job with this arcade port. Lots of variety in background graphics and good music. Gameplay is simple but the controls work well and there is not much more needed for this type of game. Only negative thing about it are the three or four same attack patterns from standard enemies. The graphics of these enemies change each level, but the attack patterns stay always the same. The NES version came at the same time as the Japanese Famicom Disk System version. That's a pretty rare case in the early NES era. Maybe Konami and Nintendo thought this type of game would do especially well in the US.

# 2011-06-17 23:40:41

Official description

Up for a little guerilla warfare? You asked for it. You're behind enemy lines, armed with only a knife and a mission: to free dozens of POWs hidden in an isolated, well-armored camp. If you're good, you'll pick off the heavily-armed enemy guerillas, one by one, and grab their bazookas and hand grenades. If you're great, you'll turn their weapons against them, to blow away a pack of attack dogs, a fleet of choppers, and a whole battalion of guards. But make one mistake, and it's all over. For you, our POWs... the future of the Free World!
# 2017-11-23 14:47:21 - official description

Technical specs

display: raster

Editor note

1 player or 2 players simultaneous cooperative.
(Zerothis) - # 2009-06-18 00:16:13

External reviews (3) - average: 82% - median: 81%

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The Games Machineuk191989-0681/10081%
Tilt 39-113fr701989-1017/2085%

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