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May 18, 2009 | 7:29 AM EDT

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This 10 level, increasingly challenging game is based on Iron Maiden's "Somewhere Back In Time" tour, set in five of the countries visited by the band: Australia, Canada, India, Japan and Mexico

Your task is to successfully negotiate the band's tour plane (real call sign "Flight 666") through the levels, dropping speakers to get the whole world rocking. Be careful not to crush your fans.

Familiar characters and sights appear throughout the game - gauchos and geishas, the Taj Mahal and Sidney Opera House.

Upgrades available for plane and speakers

Sorry for the problem with the scores on the previous version. All fixed now.

Lets Rock

Reviews


smillygodsmillygod

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 15, 2011

10 FOR BRUCE DICKINSON

I LOVE EVERY THING IRON MAIDEN INCLUDING THIS


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GaiacarraGaiacarra

Rated 1 / 5 stars July 31, 2009

Awful.

The gameplay is just plain boring, it's impossible to tell what's scenery and what's an obstacle, there are simple problems with the interface like having to switch between the mouse and the keyboard all the time to go to the next level, and did I mention it's... boring? There isn't even any Iron Maiden music in it.



devilsgaragedevilsgarage

Rated 4 / 5 stars June 24, 2009

IRON MAIDEN + 666 = Awesome shietz!

I love this game, very simple, great artwork and I loved Flight 666. The initial menu interface was a bit difficult to understand and a little starting problem trying to figure out the speaker release key. But after I got the hang of it, the game play peaked. I wished that the replay button was the enter key or the spacebar since the controls of the game was all keyboard based, but that didn't stop me from playing a good amount of the game.



DarkFalcon705DarkFalcon705

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 22, 2009

Entertaining

I managed to unlock all videos.



EmistoclesEmistocles

Rated 4 / 5 stars June 21, 2009

good game

its a good game, but it promotes the estereotypes around the world