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Hanna-Barbera
Wow, these guys made a lot of cartoons. Hanna and Barbera and their team have entertained millions, for generations. Their animated series have created many beloved characters, many of which are still popular to this day. Kids of all ages love the cartoons themselves, as well as the toys, movies, and of course, video games which these cartoons have inspired.

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SWAT Kats (Super Nintendo)


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Adventures of Yogi Bear (Super Nintendo)
Grab your pic-a-nic basket and jump into this zany platform adventure through Jellystone Park. When Yogi catches wind that they are going to turn the park into a power plant, he must run out to stop them. Fight your way through Jellystone park, to get to the Ranger and tell him what they are planning.

Yogi Bear is a great platforming adventure with graphics that are, to say the least, excellent, right down to the background scenes and the funny looking animal enemies. The music in this game is good and keeps with the theme of the game. All in all this fun game is worth playing, so enjoy yourself!


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Flintstones (Sega Genesis)
Life is never easy, especially in the stone age. Strange things are happening in Bedrock™ and it's up to you to set things right. At least Mr. Slate™, won't be on back as you battle beasts to get to the bottom of things. Don't be a dodo, Wilma™ is waiting and there’ll be no Brontoburgers™ for you if you fail.
--From the Sega Genesis Flintstones instruction manual.

     Like most husbands, Fred Flintstone doesn’t need a brain. He has a wife. Wilma guides this poor sap throughout the game. But at least she uses finesse. She never tells him what to do, she just tells him what needs to be done. So there you have it folks, the game any woman can enjoy. It should have been titled “A Stone Age Henpecked Doofus”.

     Fred is searching for something. Probably some peace and quiet, but like most men, that will only come at death. For now he must look for missing items and fight prehistoric creatures on the way. He climbs, jumps and clubs things. Just your standard cave-man existence.

     Fred was a caveman. What an original term: caveman. How many archaeologists with Phd’s did it take to come up with that? He’s a man and he lives in a cave, let’s call him caveman. Wow, the brilliance that only educated people can come up with.

     He developed the use of fire, invented the wheel and understood enough about Global Warming to not invent the internal combustion engine. He was even smart enough to know that Jell-O pudding should go into the refrigerator, not the microwave. But was he called fireman or wheelman or even puddingman, no, caveman.

     Well gosh darn, I guess he was lucky to have caves. What if he had been forced to build his home in giant dinosaur cow patties. Then some genius would have called him CowPattyMan. That would really have impressed his wife and kids. And what did CowPattyMan invent? The clothespin. For hanging out his clothes? No, for pinning his nose shut so he could stand the stink of living in a giant cow patty.

     The background music is not much in this game. Monotonous and repetitive. Every once in a while you will hear a note or two from the theme song of the TV cartoon or maybe they were from Procol Harum’s “Whiter Shade of Pale”. No it couldn’t be that, cause I love that song. And when Fred strikes with his club, you would think he was sweeping the floor. Couldn’t these folks afford a sound technician?

     However the graphics are great. In fact, one of the houses on the screen looks just like one I used to live in. Fred looks fabulous. He hasn’t even aged. Everything is drawn like as it might have appeared on the cartoon. Light and happy.

     The action is better than a typical shoot-em up. But even Fred has to survive as he searches Bedrock in his quest. And things are still hard. No free lunch here even if it is based on a cartoon. You will need the same skills to complete this game as you would any other. Like the rocks that the house are made of, things are hard and they just get harder. Nothing comes easy for Fred. Why is that? I'd just quit if I were him.

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Flintstones (Super Nintendo)


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Flintstones (The Movie) (Gameboy)


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Flintstones: The Rescue of Dino & Hoppy (NES)


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Flintstones: The Treasure of Sierra Madrock (Super Nintendo)
YABBA-DABBA-DOO!

It's your chance to become the Grand Poobah of the Royal Order of Water Buffaloes! All you have to do is find The Treasure of Sierra Madrock. So stop stalling and start searching!

--From the Super Nintendo Flintstones: The Treasure of Sierra Madrock instruction manual.



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Jetsons: Invasion of the Planet Pirates (Super Nintendo)


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Pirates of Dark Water (Sega Genesis)


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Pirates of Dark Water (Super Nintendo)


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Scooby Doo Classic Creep Capers (Gameboy Color)


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Scooby Doo Mystery (Super Nintendo)
Scooby and Shaggy are off on another adventure, full of mystery and snacks! You'll have your paws full trying to solve puzzles, set traps, and still have time to eat!
--From the Super Nintendo Scooby Doo Mystery instruction manual.



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Scooby Doo Mystery (Sega Genesis)
Rev up the Mystery Machine™ because Shaggy™, Scooby™ and the rest of the gang have some mysteries to solve. Put yourself in the shoes of Shaggy, as he and Scooby venture off in search of snacks while Freddy™, Daphne™ and Velma™ head in another direction. Unfortunately, Shaggy and Scooby find more than snacks - they also find trouble.

At Blake's Hotel, find the clues that will trap the so-called ghost of an ancient chieftain that is scaring away all of the guests of Daphne's Uncle.

A fun-filled day at the carnival turns into a mission to find a clown bent on revenge and rescue Fred, Daphne and Velma. These interactive mysteries let Shaggy pick-up and examine objects, and eventually use them to set a trap. Scooby will help out by pointing and sniffing around. Put all the clues together and you've solved the mystery!

--From the Sega Genesis Scooby Doo Mystery instruction manual.

     Scooby-Doo has two mysteries to solve: one in a Haunted Hotel, the other in a Circus. The stories start like a Scooby-Doo cartoon, informing you of the situation and introducing the suspects. When you begin the game for the first time, keep your finger off the trigger and allow the introduction to play and you will be as prepared to solve the mystery as would be Miss Marple, JB Fletcher, Magnum or Barney Fife.

     In addition to having a storyline, Scooby-Doo actually has a story. The game has better interactive capabilities than the typical “solve everything with mindless violence” games that are in the market place. Numerous actions can be selected to accomplish tasks rather than a simple choice of weapons to kill something with. Your character can not only talk but can even listen too.

     Scooby-Doo is non-violent and requires you to look, think and remember. Shaggy and Scooby-Doo are not limited by lives, energy or time. The objective is not to score points, kill creatures or advance to the next level, but to solve a mystery. If you want a change of pace from the routine, try this game.

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Scooby Doo: the Cyber Chase, Mystery Mayhem (Gameboy Advance)


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Smurf Paint 'n' Play Workshop (Coleco)


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Smurf Rescue in Gargamel's Castle (Atari 2600)
In Coleco's SMURF RESCUE IN GARGAMEL'S CASTLE, treacherous Gargamel has captured Smurfette. He keeps her trapped on a shelf high above his laboratory floor. To reach the castle laboratory, nimble-footed Smurf must run and jump through fields, woods and caverns. That's not all, either! He must climb, tall mountains and duck dangers in the forest paths. Help Smurf dodge the hawks, snakes, bats and scary spiders Gargamel sends from the castle! Once in the laboratory, Smurf jumps to the bench, to the table, to the chair. He must even jump to the shelf to free the captive Smurfette! Can you make all these jumps and Smurf the day?
--From the Atari 2600 Smurf Rescue in Gargamel's Castle instruction manual.

You control a Smurf who is on an action packed rescue mission! Gargamel has captured Smurfette, taken her to his castle and has imprisoned her! You'll direct Smurf through the dangerous woods, fields and caverns on his way to her. He must run, duck, and jump to avoid the many natural hazards and elude the scary creatures Gargamel sends to stop him. Will you get Smurf to the castle to rescue Smurfette or will she remain imprisoned?
-Taken from the Smurf Rescue in Gargamel's Castle box cover

Man, I loved the smurfs. The little blue dudes in Hanna-Barbera animation entertained me for weeks while I waited for other shows to come on. And what better to make a video game for the Atari than to rescue Smurfette?

Cool fact: Smurfette was actually created by Gargamel in an attempt to take over the Smurfs. But it backfired and Smurfette stayed with the Smurfs. Another cool fact - she originally had black hair.


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Smurf Rescue in Gargamel's Castle (Coleco)
This arcade-style game can be a lot of fun. The colors and graphics look great compared to the Atari version. The controls are easy to learn and responsive. The only complaint in that department from me, is the fact that the jump button is Up instead of the fire button. This makes it hard to jump while walking forward. The sounds were pretty annoying, I recommend turning them off. The gameplay is fun because it just loops over and over, you just have to try and get as many points as you can.

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Smurfs (Gameboy)


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