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Panic! Volcano Review - Panic! Volcano Review
Sat, August 19 2000 | 3:05PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Involving this environment of being around a volcano, gamers can expect extremely volatile events and situations to occur. One of the best aspects about the game is that the volcano has what is called a temper. As the game progresses, the volcano's meter will increase and activity within the volcano will increase, he will continue to shake and rock violently as his meter climbs. After the full limit is reached, the volcano will explode with a huge fireball that will destroy nearly everything in its sight until it is watered down into nothing. The only way to combat this is by spraying water directly into the mouth of the volcano, this however, requires attention away from the elements falling towards the trees and village."
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