The lovable characters from MAD Magazine battle it out to seize important documents and escape with their lives.

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The lovable characters from MAD Magazine battle it out to seize important documents and escape with their lives.

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31 March 1999 (USA)  »

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Was re-released on the Gameboy Color in 1999. See more »

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Has dated quite badly
25 June 2005 | by (The Penumbra) – See all my reviews

Originally a hit when released in the arcades in the 80's Spy vs Spy also enjoyed success on just about every home console. I myself had it on the Commodore 64 along with the sequel 'Island Adventure' and the third one called 'Arctic Antics', which were better.

The trouble with the original Spy vs Spy is that the gameplay, while briefly fun, was too limited and the rooms of the big building you ran about in looked the same. It was easy to get lost and there was nothing particularly visually interesting about the game.

But for Spy vs Spy or MAD Magazine completest this game is a must. I've yet to play the new Spy vs Spy game (it only came out on PS2 and XBOX-I have a Gamecube) but it will probably be better than this. If you have a vintage console at home then get Spy vs Spy II or III.


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