Gerry the Germ by Firebird


gerry_the_germ_01Publisher: Firebird
Developer: Firebird
Release Date: 1986
Code: Unknown
GFX: Unknown
Music: Rob Hubbard
ZZAP64 Game Rating: 39%
Our Game Rating: 78%
Completed & Reviewed by Neil Collins

> CLICK HERE to Download emu file
> CLICK HERE to view the YouTube ending video
Gerry the Germ is a weird game that consists of several mini games where you control a germ around the inside of an infected human. Your task is to bring the human down by infecting various parts of his body. It’s a tricky little game that is very frustrating (especially the pancreas level – what on earth do you do there?!?). With a little help from Holgi (one of the c64endings website contributors), I was able to beat the game…
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The final level is complete.
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Gerry and a heart?
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And now a bed and a human?
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What IS going on?
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The human lays down…
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… The End.
HOW WAS IT COMPLETED?: Using an an infinite lives poke and a level skip supplied by Holgi.
SO WHAT HAPPENS?: Once you have completed the final level – the heart – the screen flashes and the end sequence starts. Gerry is shown on the screen with the word ‘VICTOR!’ at the bottom. Then follows a short animation of the infected man making his way to a couch, where he promptly lies down. The words ‘DOWN BUT NOT OUT‘ are displayed and the game restarts once the player hits the return button.
COMMENTS: 
Neil: An short ugly end, but an end nevertheless. 3/10.
Vinny: Hmmmm… definitely a strange ending. Then again, it’s a bit of a strange game! 3/10 from me too.
FINAL SAY: A fair enough end. Playing the game made me feel quite ill. I’m glad it’s over.

G.E. RATING: 3 / 10

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