Bart Simpson Escape From Camp Deadly
Bart's back and this time he's on GameBoy. Bart is sent to camp for two months and he doesn't like that at all. And to top it off, his instructor, Ron Fist Burns, doesn't like Bart and plans to make his stay at camp as difficult as it can be. How - by forcing Bart to do things he doesn't want to do, and then turning everybody there against Bart.
It's your job to make sure the camp instructor fails in his plan. All you have to do is keep Bart alive through out his stay. You must climb, jump, throw, and fight your way through your journey. Lisa is your only friend and will help you on your way.
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The Simpson siblings, Maggie excluded, have been dissed by their own flesh and blood home boy, Homer. Homey's decided to send the kidlets off to summer camp-the low budget version, Camp Deadly.
Bart would gladly give up his But-terfinger to get out of Camp Deadly-counselors telling him what to do, corny group activities, tofu burgers and spinach in the mess hall...no way, man. This pair's headin' straight back to Springfield--if they can escape the treacherous confines of Camp Deadly!
This vertically and horizontally scrolling action cart, complete with sharper-than-aver-age Game Boy graphics and familiar tunes from Bart Vs. The Space Mutants for the NES, takes Bart and Lisa on a six level beeline for the border of Camp Deadly.
Bart's the main man on the move. Lisa's what you might call his "earth angel." Forever the totally together pre-teen, she always pops up, just in the nick of time, bearing gifts that help her bro' get through the rigorous camp activities.
It's All in the Name
Everything about Camp Deadly is a bit suspect, especially the head counselor, Iron Fist Burns. His idea of fun doesn't include toasting marshmallows and singing by the campfire. I.F. is more into the heavy contact sports-capture the flag, mountain climbing, and food fights-and he's elected Bart to compete as a one-kid team against the entire camp population.
And that's not all Iron Fist's got up his sleeve. He's turned the woods surrounding Camp D into a toxic waste dump. Bart soon discovers the wonders of radioactivity when he's greeted by a few mutant surprises.
Bart's arsenal is pretty down and dirty: spitwads and a boomerang. Spitwad's are more novel than useful. They stun enemies for a split sec and that's about it. The boomerangs are the true piece de resistance. Flinging the boomerang at a fellow camper is easy and cool, bouncing it off walls is even cooler!
Bart's got a few tricks of his own, too. He uses the same Super Jump that he did in the NES game, and he digs on climbing trees-too much, in fact. A glitch in the controls sometimes causes Bart to run up a trunk when you want him to run straight ahead.
A Happy Camper
With just three lives and no continues, The Simpson's Escape from Camp Deadly is a tough nut to crack. Then again, Bart's never made anybody's life easy. If you're a Bart fan who loves a challenge, chances are you'll find yourself returning to this weird and wicked camp, time and time again.
- Look for Krusty Icons, good for an extra life, hidden high up on the tent poles inside the Mess Hall.
- Be cool to Lisa. If Bart throws spit-wads or a boomerang at Iter, she'll chuck his "goodie" away before he can get his hands on it.
- To quickly knock off Blindside Bill, let him walk towards Bart Then, just as he's about to hit him, have Bart jump over him and turn an about face in mid-air. Just as Bart lands, quickly fire the boomerang at Rick, so that it hits him in the back of the head.