Ren & Stimpy Show: Veediots!

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Genre: Action
Platforms: SNESSNES, GameBoy
Editor Rating: 6.7/10, based on 3 reviews, 4 reviews are shown
User Rating: 7.0/10 - 2 votes
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Ren & Stimpy Show: Veediots!
Ren & Stimpy Show: Veediots!
Ren & Stimpy Show: Veediots!
Ren & Stimpy Show: Veediots!

Fans of Ren and Stimpy no doubt look forward to any game featuring their favorite comedy team. This game from THQ, however, may not be the one they want.

Choking Chihuahuas!

Veediots is a colorful, simply illustrated side-scroller that follows the cartoon antics of Ren and Stimpy. There are some funny inside jokes here, but the lackluster graphic style (blah) and dull game play (blah blah) won't even make an "asthma hound Chihuahua" wheeze.

ProTip: Keep something in Ren's hands at all times, like a Vase or Picture Frame. You never know when that bloated sack of cat hair is going to show up.

The game depicts four classic R & S cartoons. In 'The Boy Who Cried Rat," you must travel through a living room filled with obstacles, like Mouse Traps, and Electric Fans. Then you must dive into Stimpy's mouth. In "In the Army," you face Grenades, Cannons, and The Sarge while trying to keep your fur. "Stimpy's Invention" takes you through the labs of Dr. Stupid, and "Marooned" strands our boys on a deserted planet.

  • In the living room, stand on the blocks to make them fall, then stay there and throw something at Stimpy while he's dashing around like an idiot.
  • Behind the Drapes is a 1-up. Watch the timer, though, and keep your eyes peeled.

To help Ren along, Dirty Socks deliver extra speed, Money gains extra points, and Powdered Toast brings invincibility. You can also jump from clocks and ringing telephones for extra bursts of power, and you can pick up and throw almost anything.

The only thing you'll want to touch in Stimpy's mouth is the Powdered Toast invincibility icon (and the Money, of course).

Ren and Limpy

Unfortunately, the graphics in this game just don't match up to the cartoon. There are no humorous interludes (unlike the Game Gear Ren and Stimpy, where Ren scratches his butt when you pause), and the backgrounds are uninspired, to say the least. It's all teeth and no bite, especially in Stimpy's mouth.

  • Use Umbrellas in the Army stage to shield yourself from falling Watermelons.
  • Use Safes as step ladders in the Lab.

The sounds, too, don't quite do justice to the show. The sound effects are weak and barely audible. There's some familiar theme music, but the absence of certain songs is disappointing. Where are the "Log" song and Happy, when you need them?

The Village Veediot

You really have to be hard up to like this game. As a ho-hum run-n-jump game, it offers little challenge to the intermediate gamer. You'll probably suffer from boredom, not frustration. For Ren and Stimpy fanatics, until new episodes of the cartoon appear on TV, Veediots will have to do, you sick... Leee-tle... MONKIS!

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System requirements:

  • PC compatible
  • Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP
  • Pentium II (or equivalent) 266MHz (500MHz recommended), RAM: 64MB (128MB recommended), DirectX v8.0a or later must be installed


System requirements:

  • PC compatible
  • Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP

Game Reviews

  • Manufacturer: THQ
  • # of players: 1
  • Difficulty: Hard
  • Available: October 1993
  • Number of Levels: 16
  • Theme: Action

Ren & Stimpy now have their own Super NES game. Ren & Stimpy: Veediots has you entering all your favorite TV episodes. Play through levels like the disgusting inside of Stimpy's mouth or the rigorous boot camp. Primarily, you will control Ren, but sometimes Stimpy will be your character, too. THQ has done an excellent job in recreating the humor of the show. The art is nearly identical. The artist couldn't even keep within the lines! This is a game that will keep Ren & Stimpy fans smiling. Happy, Happy! Joy, Joy!

What do you want, man!?!? The happy, happy adventures of the crazy cartoon duo can only happen on the GameBoy! Follow these two Space faring dolts as they search for new challenges (besides getting that dried booger out of their nose) in the jjlast frontier! Look for some of their famous antics at every turn as you control both Ren and Stimpy intermittently through several high-paced challenging levels!

People say:


This side-scrolling adventure game has some great intros and graphics that are true to the series. The action is well-done, although there is very little in the way of heated battles. The game is more of an exercise in avoidance since the main goal is to simply not get hit. May sound simple, but the game is actually not half bad.


The dynamic duo of the '90s has moved from their cable TV show into the game systems. The GB version is quite good as the characters remain faithful to the show. Although the graphics are OK, the game play is what makes the game. Fans of the show will really go for this cart, but I think the S-NES version is the one to wait for!


This cart proves to be a lot of laughs. The cinemas and digitized voices capture the most humorous aspects of the popular TV show. The game play however is very basic jump and shoot action. Nothing revolutionary, but still lots of fun because of the humor content. Games need a little more than a hot title and humor.


Ren and Stimpy are a lot of laughs, but on the GameBoy, the intensity just isn't there. Many of the humorous antics of the terrible twosome are present, but the game itself isn't anything to shout about. This game is only for younger kids who don't crave hot, intense action like the pros. Unhappy, Unhappy, Cry, Cry!

Blast off in the year 400 billion on a 9,999 day mission with the new cult comic heroes, Ren and Stimpy. This Game Boy version of the wacky and weird cuff TV cartoon show about a neurotic Chihuahua (Ren) and his dim cat friend (Stimpy), seeks to cash in on the show's popularity. Too bad it lost its sense of humor during the trip from big screen to small.

Oh Joy!

Cadet Stimpy has accidently cut the lifeline to Commander Hoek. Now he has to reach the Cargo Bay to open the hatch for Ren by travelling through four worlds with about five levels each. That's where you come in. You, as Stimpy, must run, jump, and spit your way to the Cargo Bay. Easier said than done in this, sideview, horizontal-scroller.

The action in this game is more frustrating than fun. Although the graphics are elaborate, the obstacles are hard to see, Stimpy's only weapon is his mouthful of spit wads, which knock down some enemies and not others. Advancing through the game is no lightweight task. You only have three lives to get through the whole spaceship, and each life can only take four hits.

Stimpy's a hefty cat. Maybe this adds to his slow jumps and moves. If you're listening for that great Ren & Stimpy sound-track, forget it. The only reason to keep the volume up is to hear Ren call Stimpy an "eediotttt." and hear Stimpy exclaim, "Oh joy," when he uses up his last life.


With grating sound and frustrating game play, this Game Boy show's much more fun to watch than it is to play. If you're a Ren & Stimpy fan, you should whip up some powdered toast and switch on your TV.


  • The bouncing wood block never bounces past the TV in Level Four, So stand to the right of the television and aim your spit wad carefully.
  • Don't waste your spit on salt shakers in Level Four. They're indestructible.
  • To get past the electric-scrolling poles in Level Three, start walking just as the second bulb is it.
  • To get past the spouting bathtubs, stand on the left-hand edge of the first tub. When the water starts to spout, leap high and land on the right-hand edge of the second tub. How you can jump over the Swiss cheese-looking blockade.

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