You are a clown who moves around a maze. You can dig new paths to avoid monsters and collect cherries. Kill monsters with a "powerball" or drop apples on them. Kill them all or eat all the cherries to go up a level.
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You are a clown who moves around a maze. You can dig new paths to avoid monsters and collect cherries. Kill monsters with a "powerball" or drop apples on them. Kill them all or eat all the cherries to go up a level.

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cherry | monster | apple | maze | clown | See All (22) »

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Eating, throwing or crushing... Mr. Do! is very active! See more »

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Unrated
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December 1982 (USA)  »

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Misutâdoû  »

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Mr. Do! is one of the video games at The Max, which is the diner where the kids hang out on the popular show "Saved By The Bell." See more »

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Followed by Mr. Do! vs. Unicorns (1983) See more »

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A true classic
30 December 2003 | by (Sausalito, CA) – See all my reviews

Similar in play mechanics to Namco's Dig Dug, this is one of the all-time greatest classics out there! You dig tunnels and use a powerball and falling apples to kill badguys, diggers, alphamonsters, and blue chompers. With four ways to complete a level (kill all monsters, eat all cherries, spell EXTRA, or collect the diamond), a huge variety of subtleties to enhance gameplay, and much more strategies than most classics, this one is my personal favorite. What's great about the classics is that unlike today's games, which you play for hours until they're completed then completely forget about, this is one title I could play once a day everyday for the rest of my life.

This series also has Mr. Do!'s Castle, Mr. Do!'s Wild Ride, and Do! Run Run. The consensus amongst most gamers is that Castle is the best in the series, but the original is my favorite. Also, every game is completely different than its predecessor, something you'd NEVER see nowadays.

Long live Mr. Do!


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