Joe And Mac
|a game by||Data East|
|Editor Rating:||7.8/10, based on 2 reviews|
|User Rating:||8.0/10 - 2 votes|
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|See also:||Joe and Mac Series|
How unfortunate! It just so happens that Mac is away on a trip to hunt dinosaurs when suddenly those Neanderthal nerds have come and stolen all of the cave women! Joe will have to go it alone this time without his pal, Mac, and do some hunting of his own. Can he do it? Joe must save the cave women by using his trusty stone axe, speedy
boomerang, awesome arrowheads and the rolling wheel. While Joe rushes through multiple levels of dangerous jungles, cliffs and dinosaur graveyards, he will be able to collect these weapons along the way. It will be a tough job, because the nerds have called on the help of pterodactyls, baby dinosaurs and man eating plants to stack the odds in their favor!
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- PC compatible
- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP
A creepy clan of Neanderthal nerds has kidnapped all of your cave babes. Joe and Mac are the two bravest cavemen in your tribe and have set out to rescue the much missed damsels in distress. There are prehistoric dangers everwhere you go. Hungry Tyrannosaurs and pesky Pterodactyls are on the prowl. Collect primitive weaponry and fight your way through 5 levels of marvelous metazoic mayhem.
I liked this game a lot! The detail in the graphics, both the character animations and background scenery, is first-class all the way. The action is transferred from earlier versions with a high attention to quality. The game is difficult to play whenever the action clips along rapidly, but it still doesn't overshadow a great game.
It isn't often when a GameBoy cart plays, looks, and sounds better than its Nintendo cousin but this is one of them. The game play is great and the character is easy to control. The graphics are unusually well done and if it wasn't for the GameBoy hardware problems this would have been a near perfect game.
Believe it or not, the GB version is better than the NES version! The graphics are very detailed and the animation is good. The Bosses are huge and actually look decent on the tiny GB screen. The game play is also very good and moves along very smoothly. I got a headache this BIG from the constant blurring though.
Cute game, cute graphics, cute sounds, ancient system. Oh well, three out of four isn't too bad. The constant blurring (typical) really destroys what should be considered excellent graphics and detail! The game itself is masterful considering the limitations, but no gamer should have to beg for glasses this way.