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Bubsy - Sega Genesis

Platform : Sega Genesis
Rated: Everyone
6 customer reviews

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In the game, enemy aliens called "Woolies" intend to steal Earth's supply of yarnballs, and as Bubsy has the world's largest collection of yarnballs, he has the most at stake, and sets out to stop the Woolies and reclaim the yarnballs.[8] The game plays as a 2D sidescrolling platformer.[9] The player must maneuver Bubsy through the levels, jumping on enemy "Woolies" while collecting stray yarnballs.[10] The game consists of sixteen levels, and Bubsy starts off with nine lives.

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  • ASIN: B000035XIF
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,413 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Duckman on March 11, 2013
Please note that this review is for the Sega Genesis port of Bubsy the Bobcat.

Bubsy the Bobcat is one of those games in life where you love it as a kid, but hate as an adult after replaying the game and realizing just how bad it is. Back in the 90's, this was a game I played a lot and actually thought was fun back in the day. However, just like I said earlier, looking at the game now, it's a game that's aged really poorly.

STORY

In this game, a bunch of aliens called Woolies (lead by a double-headed Woolie named Poly and Esther) are determined to steal all the Earth's yarnballs, and because Bubsy has the most yarn, he's the Woolies' biggest target. You take the role as Bubsy and fight the Woolies while collecting all of your yarn.

The storyline for this isn't a strong point for the game, but unlike the classic Mario and Sonic games (which were its main source of inspiration and competition), there aren't many redeeming values to Bubsy to make it a good game.

GAMEPLAY

Like many 2D platformers at the time of its release (1992), you control Bubsy running from left to right to the end of the level, jumping on enemies and avoiding deadly obstacles. When falling from great heights, you can glide to soften your fall so you don't die.

You go through a myriad of different types of levels, including the forest, out in the Old West, the carnival, and in the Woolies' space ship.

Power-ups come in the form of shirts with various icons on them. Shirts with 1 or 2 printed on them give you one or two extra lives (respectively).
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By Josh on February 10, 2013
One of the definitive titles from my childhood. The controls are fluid and the stage layout is awesome. I highly recommend this game to anyone who missed out the first time. Five stars. Anyone who disagrees is uncivilized.
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By victoria corbett on February 8, 2014
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Used to play this game with my grandmother. Loved it! Now I am playing it with my grandson. He loves it, too.
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