AUTHOR: Virgin RELEASE: 1993 TYP: Jump & Run SPIELER: 1 LEVEL: 12 SPRACHE: Englisch Partnumber: MK-27062-50 EAN: 5013715050074 WERT: 15 Euro

Nimm deine Schleimschleuder und schließe dich Mick und mack, den Global Gladiators an, um die Monster von Slime World, The Mystical Forest, Toxi-Town und Arctic World zu bekämpfen. Sieh Dir die super Hintergrundbilder an, staune über die 1.250 umwefenden Animationen, und hör dabei die genialsten Soundeffekte aller Zeiten!

Strap on your GooShooter and join Mick and Mack, the Global Gladiators, on a quest to neutralize the Monsters of Slime World, the Mystical Forest and Arctic World. Check out the bodacious backgrounds, the 1,250 awesome animation frames and the most spacious sound around!






Cheat Menu
Go to the options screen, put the cursor next to Music and press: Left, Right, Left, Right, Left, Left, Right, Right, Left, Right. This will give you access to a cheats menu where you can select infinite lives, invincibility and choose your starting level.


Let's get the whole McDonalds thing out of the way quickly - apart from some small references that I hope you wouldn't let sully your enjoyment this is just a spot on little platformer with a positive ecological message. Yeah I know, being called Global Gladiators and being about the big M you may have expected it to be about forcing burgers down overweight teenagers throats and slowly but surely dominating the planet, but no - somehow McDonalds in the early 90's managed, with this game at least, to align themselves with the green squad in a bid to look all 'Captain Planet' to the kids. Secretly we all know they would sell us the eco-warrior jive with one hand and force feed us offal and tip the greasy packaging straight into the ocean with other, but it is what it is - an anomaly, especially considering it's darn good. Usually such an outing would end in tears but they've dodged the bullet with some strong elements that I will now pop into a handy bite sized list format for you to devour with you eyeballs and mind: THE GOOD - Brilliant graphics, on par with the SMS version of Chuck Rock II. - Top animation and use of the colour pallet. - Intuitive, responsive and flexible controls. - Great level design with a few interesting themes - especially the first, phlegm-tastic looking 'Slime World.' - Good positive eco friendly message complete with recycling mini game! - Inventive enemies that move around with equally smooth animation as your little character. - Decent soundtrack that doesn't grate and if it does it can be turned off. […] CONCLUSION: One of the better platformers that infested the 8-Bit era and one of the best ports of said game. A worthy buy and at least you know at the second to third hand condition that you'll be purchasing the game in that none of your hard earned cash will be going into the pockets of the greasy coronary inducing evil that is McDonalds. -

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