During its brief existence, Clockwork Tortoise created games that seemed to really test Sega’s hardware and were really fun to play. Robert Hunter was an artist at the studio, and he recently spoke to Sega-16 about his experiences at Clockwork Tortoise, as well as his time at Malibu Interactive and working on the Genesis and Sega CD.
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For many, the years spent working at Sega during the 16-bit era went by far too quickly. Be it from the ever-changing market or from just having so much fun, those years packed a ton of activity. For former associate producer John Pedigo, they were especially productive, seeing the release of several major titles and a few canceled ones as well.
Gamers looking for a challenging and impressive action game need look no further than Sega’s Adventures of Batman & Robin. Awesome graphical effects and some great boss battles make this one a classic. Sega-16 recently chatted with Chris George, a former artist for Adventures developer Clockwork Tortoise, and he had quite a bit to say about his time at Sega and the creation of this memorable game.
Sega’s last attempt at a Batman game is arguably the best on the Genesis, combining solid action and great co-op gameplay with some incredible special effects. It’s also as hard as it is good. Then again, no one ever said fighting crime was easy. Read our write up and get ready to add another game to your collection.