Chester Cheetah: Wild Wild Quest
- Theme: Action
Chester returns in a Wild Wild Quest. Chester Cheetah must travel to Hip City. Along the way he'll visit such famous locales, as Little Socks, Arkansas and Un-Clearwater, Florida.
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- # of players: 1-player
- Difficulty: Moderate
- Available: December 1993
- Theme: Action
- Number of Levels: 10
This colorful adventure takes Chester Cheetah on the road home to Hip City. Along the way, Mean Eugene spoils the scene by stealing Chester Cheetah's map, ripping it up and scattering it into 10 pieces across the U.S.
Chester's goal is to recover the map piece in each level, encountering wild, cartoon style characters that get in his face in way-out of the way places like Un-Clearwater, Florida; Euphreaka, California; and Omahog, Nebraska.
Chester's got plenty of room to zoom in his brand new sequel.
As the King of Cool, Chester must fight his way past the un-hip in this adventure with an attitude.
Combining scenes from his memorable cartoon endorsements of Cheetos brand snacks with side-scrolling action and a few puzzles thrown in to spice up the challenge, Chester must overcome a variety of nasties while gathering his favorite food (Cheetos Paws) for bonus. Are you cool enough to rule?
This game has some truly humorous moments as well as some well rendered graphics The animations and fluidity of Chester's movements are fantastic. Unfortunately, the game pay moves at a slow pace that not even our hero's "geeks" can help. It's O.K., but I wanted more action, faster, faster, faster!
Talk about a fun game to play, this is it! Serious players wilt probably frown at the humor but as an all-round fun cart for the younger players this is the one. Great animations, especially the guitar playing, along with a decent quest and a lot of different levels keep this game rocking. A definite winner!
He isn't easy and he isn't cheesy but Chester Cheetah indefinitely in his rawest form. Humorous animations and vibrant graphics give this cart a surreal and cartoon-like feel. The game is relatively simple but there are enough options in the game play, like surfing and flying, to keep it interesting. Slow at times but very fun.
Chester Cheetah is the funniest game we've reviewed this' month! The animations are completely outrageous, especially when Cnester grabs his ax guitar! The game play is a little sluggish, but all in all, it's a great game, with tons of humor, decent bosses, and the coolest cat ever to hit the game screen.
It's not easy being cheesy, and Chester should know -- he's the cheesiest cat around in his latest action/adventure game.
ProTip: "Swim" to the top of each level to find helpful special items and to reach otherwise unreachable spots.
Chester looks pretty cool here. He's bigger than he was in his first adventure. Once you've seen Chester's repertoire of faces, though, there isn't much about this game to enjoy. The game play is simple hop-n-bop, with a lackluster story line, uninspiring power-ups, and a damage system that'll make you feel like you're choking on your Cheetohs (one hit and Chester's history -- unless he's got a bag of Cheese Puffs).
It takes more than a pretty face to make a video game -- you gotta put a video game behind the license, or you're not gonna fool anyone. Sorry Chester!
"Swimming" is the best way to dodge projectiles and to land on bosses when they're vulnerable.