Fans of the Nemesis text adventures will certainly not be disappointed by this latest addition to the range even if it is sold at a budget price. Here again are the superb sound effects, the excellent screen layout, the bizarre plot, the psychedelic settings and the absolutely outrageous sense of humour.
This game has (superficially) a wild west theme, although the good old USA often gets rather jumbled in with our own Rochdale cowboys, and every opportunity is taken to squeeze a groan out of the innocent player with dreadful puns.
Indeed, i can't remember when 1 last laughed out loud at a adventure game (unless as a comment on the standard of spelling) - try this one: "Big John Wayne was a mas-ochist. He used to like a cold bath in the mornings - so he didn't have one".
There's really not much more you can say. Technically accomplished, if anything slightly more testing than the earlier games, spilling over with richness of imagery that obviously comes from years of watching cheesy westerns on Saturday afternoons and so packed full of originality it is like a breath of fresh air. Nothing is taken seriously and there is not one Great Gnome of Tharg in sight, the spelling mistakes are deliberate, the humour so ridiculous that it is a joy to review, and an even more ridiculous price tag makes it an essential buy.
Tony Kendle , PopularComputingWeekly