Bubsy in Claws Encounters of the Furred Kind (1993)

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15 July 2003 | by (Ammon, Idaho) – See all my reviews

Bubsy, Claws Encounters of The Furred kind. Bubsy talks on every chapter, 16 total, and 6 areas. You die the first hit, and you stomp woolies and otherher enemies, such as something that looks like a a little saucer releasing a basketball hoop, little dinosaurs, flying birds, the woolies often throw eggs, and when Bubsy dies, he's like thump! and has a scared teeth-showing look previous to his fall. There are also waterslides, and he goes down them, taking several turns and connecting, and tries himself off going "Bluuuh", and blinks with bug eyes. Bubsy talks to us, and when you take to long to move, he knocks on the screen going, "Hello!" Every chapeter, at least a majority of them are parodies, like chapters 7, 8, and 9, where you ride through a canyon on a train where giraffes, are sticking out of the trains with sunglasses, and there are gaps between the trains where you have to jump, and on one of them you go through a canyon, filled with spikes with eyes, and woolies, that's a video game challenge, and annoyed me so much I screamed when I couldn't beat it when I was younger. On the train levels, there are parodies to Clint Eastwood, such as chapter 7, The Good The Bad and The woolies. Bubsy says, "Well if it weren't for Clint" on the chapter title. And the Chapter nine is Dances with Woolies. When the woolies come at the end of every major three level area, they come in a space ship, with a big yarn ball on a yarn, that resembles a basketball, and it kills you if it hits you. When you hit the ship about..I think it was four times, it explodes with not much sound effect, because you stomp, instead of pop and explode like on Sonic or Mario. Bubsy is egotistical. I got that just by reading the comic book that came with the game. The first three levels look are on in the country going by several waters, waterslides, and mountains, and you jump on top of little houses that often show up ,and are pretty cartoonish, and are all connected to each other, often going up a small hill. There are also, birds that release eggs that I remember, I haven't played the game for about four years, but I love it, the most lives I got was about 50, you also get lives by getting a white t-shirt of Bubsy's that's either 1 or 2, and there's a red ribbon that gives you a great boost in points. The second is a Fair at night time ,there are plenty of spikes, and Roller coasters to go on, and a maze with plenty of elevators that take you in different directions ,Woolies have all sorts of fairlike props they throw at you here. When you beat a chapter you go up to a coin which, turns around showing Bubsy, and several yarn balls pop out, and the results are shown. This game was made by accolade, and has a great personality, because the company said, "games with personalities". The game was for sega and Super Nintendo.


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