The Simpsons: Bart's Nightmare (1992)

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Bart Simpson falls asleep whilst doing his homework, and must explore his nightmares to retrieve the lost sheets of work.


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Bart Simpson (voice) (uncredited)


Bart Simpson falls asleep whilst doing his homework, and must explore his nightmares to retrieve the lost sheets of work.

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September 1992 (USA)  »

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Company meddling during the development of the game prompted Bill Williams, the game's designer, to leave the video game industry. See more »


Spoofs Batman (1989) See more »

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What a great game!
5 December 2005 | by (Randers, Denmark) – See all my reviews

Bart's doing his homework, but he's falling asleep whilst doing it. He suddenly finds himself walking around the main street of Springfield. Here he has to collect the missing papers of his homework. Whenever he sees a paper, he's getting to pick between 2 doors of different colors. Going through one of these many doors will take you to an action scene in which you become different Bart-characters. Bartzilla, Bartman and Indiana Bart are just a few of the possibilities. When completing an action scene you get one piece of missing paper and the more pieces you collect, the better a grade will Bart get.

I remember playing this game back in the days when it was pretty new. I enjoyed it a lot back then, and today I possess it as an emulator game on the computer. It's still highly enjoyable and highly recommendable. One of the best Simpsons games ever made.

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