Dr. Robotnik from "Sonic the Hedgehog" has invented a machine called The Mean Bean Steaming Machine, which Robotnik will use to transform the fun-loving citizens of Beanville into robot ... See full summary »
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Dr. Robotnik from "Sonic the Hedgehog" has invented a machine called The Mean Bean Steaming Machine, which Robotnik will use to transform the fun-loving citizens of Beanville into robot slaves to serve his evil purposes. Not even Sonic can stop this maniac this time. Who can? You. You must match witd with 12 of Robotnik's robot bad guys, including Coconuts, Grounder and Scratch. If you are successful, Robotnik will be defeated and the beans will be saved! Written by Dylan Self <robocoptng986127@aol.com>

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December 1993 (USA)  »

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Dr. Eggman no Mean Bean Machine  »

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The 13 opponents in the scenario mode are all taken from Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog (1993) and are, in order: Arms, Frankly, Humpty, Coconuts, Davy Sprocket, Skweel, Dynamight, Grounder, Spike, Sir Ffuzzy-Logik, Dragon Breath, Scratch, and Dr. Robotnik. Dr. Robotnik, Scratch and Grounder are regular characters in the series, Coconuts is a semi-regular, and the other robots all appear in the pilot episode. See more »

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At the end of the game when the machine is destroyed and the beans are all free, Dr. Robotnik escapes in his hover craft and the cast of characters roll, each one with three different faces: 1) Triumphant, 2) Normal, 3) Losing. See more »

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References Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog (1993) See more »

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Best Megadrive/Genesis Strategy Game
6 July 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

YIPPPPEEEEEEEEEEEEEE! This is a great strategy game. Although the one-player element may have a limited lifespan, it really comes into it's own in two-player. As all games of this style should be, it is easy to get into, but allows for a fair amount of mastery for such a simple concept. The satisfaction factor gained from having set up a massive chain of beans, or from thwarting someone else's plans, is hard to overstate. Tying it in as part of the Sonic franchise was always going to be about shifting more copies, and provides a wafer-thin plot for the Story mode, but that's not what these sort of games should be about, they're about fun and addictiveness. YEEEEEEEEHAAAAAAAAAA!


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