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- Multiplayer Options: Same/Split-Screen Multiplayer
- Number of Players Supported: 1-2 Players
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Makes a good friendly competitive play among friends. Hasn't lost it luster over the years. Again Sega rules!
I first played the game way back when it was first released at the age of twelve. I got to about level three before it got too hard from my kid's brain to cope with. Now, with the HD version on the PlayStation 3, I am able to save my progress and easily restart each level the moment I lose it is STILL nearly impossible and that's on medium difficulty.
There are 13 stages in total (the Robotnik level is a hidden final stage) and with each progression the falling beans get slightly faster with greater variation between them. It was certainly luck and not skill that took me to the final stage and end credits, but what a relief when it was finally over!
Lasting Appeal A-
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My favorite puzzle game ever! Good graphics, good fun, and an unbeatable soundtrack.Published 7 months ago by Trevor Merel
I finally got my Sega up and running today and to my disappointment the game did not work :(Published 12 months ago by Marissa Roberts
GREAT PURCHASE AND FOR A RETRO SYSTEM THAT DOES NOT OR THAT IS NOT CURRENT IN PRODUCTION AT THIS TIMEPublished on January 31, 2014 by dcliddle
i love all of the sonic games on the genesis and this game is a bit hard to beat but its alot of funPublished on September 15, 2013 by Erik L.
IF YOU LOVED SEGA BACK IN THE DAY, YOULL LOVE THIS GAME...JUST LIKE DR. MARIO....REMEMBER THAT ONE? THIS GAME STILL HOLDS YOUR ATTENTION, AND YOU CAN PLAY IT FOR HOURS....Published on August 19, 2013 by TRACY RUCH
DRMBM is actually a puzzle game rather than your average platformer. It's actually based off of the Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog show and it is probably the only game to... Read morePublished on January 22, 2011 by Ryan Sil. (Gamer & PC/Android indie dev)