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Aero the Acro-Bat

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Aero the Acro-Bat (Sega Genesis)
This is a pretty awesome Genesis game, and you will probably like it if you like Sonic. The game is separated up into acts just like Sonic, but the name Act is even more appropriate in this game since you are a circus performer. Very bright, very colorful, and very fun. I mean, how much more fun can you get than a circus? Run and fly around as a bat (who looks a bit hedge hog-ish I must say) in a cape, avoiding menacing clowns (I mean really, who isn't afraid of clowns?), and doing whatever the mission is for that stage.

With its great graphics, smooth animation, and fun music, I found myself quickly addicted to this little sidescroller. I really hope that everyone out there that enjoyed playing Sonic will get a chance to play this great game.


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Aero the Acro-Bat (Super Nintendo)
Step right up to the ACRO-BATiest show on earth!
The madman industrialist Edgar Ektor has seized control of the World of Amusement. He and a deranged cast of fairground freaks threaten the circus. The only hope for survival is the high-flying, death-defying AERO THE ACRO-BAT!

Spine-tingling terror unfolds as AERO tackles Ektor's wicked henchmen. Bungee jump into a battle with evil! Skydive in Mode 7 toward the danger below! Hang on for the ride of your life as you rise and plunge on a roaring roller coaster! Tiptoe across a terrifying tightrope! Then power drill and twist AERO right through every sinister circus enemy imaginable. And all the while, the show must go on!

It could become a carnival of carnage in the World of Amusement. Because the evil Ektor isn't clowning around... and there's nothing amusing about that.
--from the back cover of Aero the Acro-bat for SNES


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Aero the Acro-Bat 2 (Sega Genesis)
Action You Can Sink Your Teeth Into!
The aerialist extreme, Aero the Acro-Bat bounds back into the spotlight once again to stop the wicked industrialist, Edgar Ektor!
Aero has entered a new realm of enchantment and must now use all his acrobatic prowess to foil a criminal plot known only as "Plan B!"
Join Aero as he discovers new friends (and enemies) in a world custom built for his high-flying adventures!

--from the back cover of Aero the Acro-Bat 2 for Genesis

A great sequel to Aero the Acro-Bat for Genesis. Personally, I loved playing the first Aero just as much as I loved playing Sonic, and that's quite a bit. Aero is very similar to Sonic in many ways, and I think, every bit as fun to play. This sequel is a bit different from the first one for Genesis. The colors aren't nearly as bright and the music not as fun, but hey, we aren't at the circus anymore. Run and fly around as a zany little bat who has plenty of attitude to spare. Face evil clowns (clowns are always creepy, eh?) and the machinations of the evil Ektor (the creepiest of the creepy).

While I have said that it isn't quite as fantastic looking as the first one, it still looks pretty good and the animation is very smooth. I found this one to be a joy to play as well. The levels, or Acts, are good-sized, and finding every hidden thing can be an enjoyable challenge.


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Aero the Acro-Bat 2 (Super Nintendo)
Aero the Acro-Bat 2 for SNES is very similar to the same game for Genesis but not exactly the same. The sound and look are a bit different, but most notably the controls are different. The look of the game is improved ever so slightly. It's a bit brighter and a bit more detailed with more rich textures. The sound effects change enough that they are more noticeable, and they sound a bit weaker and washed out in this SNES version. Good news is that the animation is still smooth and the game is still loads of fun to play, if different.

If you haven't played any of the Aero games... well, why are you starting with the second one? You know they have the first one here, right? Really... Start with the first one on Genesis to kind of get a feel for how to play. That one is a more simplified version of this game. The colors are still rich and it is loads of fun to play. Then you can work your way into this game whenever you feel like it (if you don't want to play the SNES version of the first one and the Genesis version of this one first). Complex, I know, but many games were released this way. Each game is different in its own way and offers its own special kind of fun.


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