Hudson Hawk is a platform game developed by Special FX, released in 1991 and published by Ocean.
STORY / GAMEPLAY You play the role of Hudson Hawk, a cat burglar (performed by Bruce Willis in the homonymous blockbuster film). Hawk is sent on a mission to steal three Da Vinci artifacts. Walking through various levels in this platform game, you must avoid triggering alarms. In addition, security guards and dogs show up to hamper your mission. There are also some utterly pointless sub-games between levels where you take photos of faces in an attempt to create a mask. Overall, Hudson Hawk is a good but very tough game to play.
GRAPHICS / SOUND The Commodore version offers some nice visuals using (this time) proper colors too. Although the CPC version looks more detailed, the game runs faster on the Commodore. The sprites are also nicely drawn and move faster while the C64 scrolling is way smoother. The sound is also decent, offering a catchy introductory tune at the main menu and several in-game tunes (but no SFX!). You may only choose SFX or music during gameplay.