The game was released in 1992 with the name Lagaf': Les Aventures de Moktar - Vol 1: La Zoubida for the 8bit Amstrad CPC home-computers in France and later re-released the international version for the Amiga, Atari ST, PC DOS and Gameboy as "Titus the Fox" using a fox as the main character. You should rescue Suzy who's been kidnapped on the other side of the Sahara desert, and get her back by advancing through 15 levels. You must avoid or throw objects on dogs, construction workers, giant bees and similar creatures. Although you travel unarmed, weapons can be found along the perilous route to little Foxy! Boxes, rocks and so forth lie on the ground and by pulling down and pressing fire while standing over such an object causes you to pick it up and ready to be thrown to your opponents! There are also entrances to secret rooms and passages you should locate to aid your progress. More on that, more important than all other bonuses found in your quest, are the brass lamps. Take a lamp and the fellow genie inside will grant you the access code for the particular level you're currently exploring! Just try to remember (or better, write down) the given code, once you lost all of your precious lives! Overall, the games looks and plays good, and I must admit that the difficulty level is set at an addictive level. A classic action platform and very addictive too!
The game on the Amstrad CPC has very nice graphics, with beautiful and colorful backgrounds, although the frame-rate with its eight-way scrolling suffers a little while moving around, but this is normal for the CPC hardware with so much detail in graphics. Backgrounds themselves are fine, nothing to complain about or to get overly excited for that matter.
On the negative side, sound is weak, offering a rather repetitive Arabian-style tune during gameplay only (no sound effects).