The first forty five seconds had me laughing.
|Innocent Bystander |
How to enhance the sound effects for your video game? TINY FART SOUNDS!
OH GOD THE GRASS THAT IS SLIGHTLY TALLER THAN THE OTHER GRASS.
This gives Spelunker a run for it's money.
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
That is one incredibly accident prone smurf.
SMURF THAT SMURF!
What's worse, the game or the person playing it?
|Syd Midnight |
The Atari 2600 version had a little bat that flew across the screen, in the cave. So it's better or something.
|Caminante Nocturno |
Why did the smurfs build fences in the middle of the road?
Ravage the land from dusk until dawwwn, I''ll place random fences and won't mow my lawwwwn!!!
Who is that smurf anyhow? I don't remember Sideburns Smurf in the cartoon anywhere.
I had this game.
It may indeed be a gift to be simple, but this Smurf is brain-damaged.
This game was amazing because it has BLUE.
|HURF BLURF DUH |
This was a fantastic, revolutionary game. It was the very first platform side-scroller (there weren't even coin-ops that did side-scrolling yet) and it put games for competing console systems of the time to shame graphically.
Colecovision also had fairly realistic-to-the-arcade versions of games liks Zaxxon and Donkey Kong among others, it was a great system, just a little too late to the party in 1982.
That can't be entirely true. There were games like Jungle Hunt and Moon Patrol that were doing side-scrolling before this, surely.
Defender counts as a side scroller. You can fly but it's still a scroller.
HURF BLURF DUH
Jungle Hunt and Moon Patrol both released 1982, so they were simultaneous I guess. As for Defender, not the same thing of course.
I hated this game for the 2600.
|Spit Spingola |
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