Description: Gameplay is quite a bit different from the previous games (though Robocod was completely different from James Pond 1, so I suppose this should be no surprise)... though it's standard platforming, you can also punch things and carry up items around to solve puzzles (your character literally carries them on-screen). There are a lot of hidden secrets to be found, for example, in the first level, there's a block in the air near where you start. A little farther on, there's a bomb... put the bomb on top of the block and it'll explode, revealing a warp to a secret room. This game has the exact same FMV intro movie that was used for Robocod. There are two versions of this game. The boxed version contains a whole bunch of junk collectively referred to as the "Fi5h Secret Agent Pack" (a folder with info on the enemies in the game, info on the stages, some sheets of stickers, a ruler, and other random stuff), and does not have jewel case inserts. The other version is a budget release with just a jewel case, with review scores printed on the cover.