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AdvantagesEasy to play, hours of entertainment.

DisadvantagesNot much action to speak of.

...existence and this makes it great for those gamers who are not familiar with the series, the game is a great entry point into the whole sim ideal or franchise or universe and beyond. The controls are simple and the general idea of the game is very easy to understand and follow plus if you do not own a SNES but would like to give the game a go then you can use an emulator and still get the full on Sim City...

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“Pop goes the SNES”

published 26/11/2011

AdvantagesGood stab at an underrepresented genre on the SNES, something a bit different, nice design

DisadvantagesThe cutesy atmosphere can get just a little wearying at times

...-downers for the SNES. Even so, for reasons that entirely pass me by, Japanese gamers ? at least those of the early 1990s ? seemed to be absolutely obsessed with vertically-scrolling shooters, and in NES days it felt as though about every second game to come out of Japan was one of those. Pop 'n TwinBee is, just to add a little variety to proceedings... a vertical shooter. Yup, 'fraid so. In barest essence it...

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“Dr Mario NES Review”

published 08/10/2014

AdvantagesGreat Gameplay


...Dr Mario for the NES. Nintendo's attempt to make a puzzle mario game. This game came out in 1990. In the middle of the NES Lifecycle. How does this game hold up? Back in those days the popular puzzle games were tetris. Tetris was the game to play. It was even on the handheld gameboy that is how popular it is. Since mario is in mostly almost any type of genre now. How does this type of game fair...

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