Spy vs. Spy: Operation Boobytrap
Those notorious Spy vs. Spy guys have pulled dirty tricks on each other throughout the pages of Mad Magazine. Now Kemco has lifted these beak-nosed agents off the pages of Mad and put them to battle in your Game Boy.
In Trick & Trap, you play either White or Black versus the computer or a Spy-bud equipped with a Game Boy, a link, and another cart. You're object is to beat out your opponent by being the first to find five Top Secret Documents in each of the four stage's five levels. The docs are secured in treasure chests and they come in five forms: Microfilm, Secret files, Blueprints, Floppy Disks, and ROM microchips.
To keep the other guy off balance or make him lose the documents he's found, you punch him out or plant one of six types of Booby Traps to trip him up. Watch out, 'cuz he does the same to you!
This cart's cartoony graphics are superior for a Game Boy game. SVS fans will especially dig the Booby Traps. But definitely keep the music off, if you don't want a headache.
Don't let the sharp, funny, Spy vs. Spy graphics fool you. This cloak and dagger cart is tough. You'll have to read the manual to master the controls. The computer spy is fast, tough, and sneaky. In fact, fledgling agents who aren't persistent may quickly tire of this clandestine twosome. The passwords are a saving grace. Spy vs. Spy is deceptive. Its cartoon roots hide tough fun.
- The spy who bumps against obstacles (such as ' Man-eating Plants or Flame Geysers) during a fight will lose life energy faster.
- Find die Attache Case quickly. You'll only be able to cany one document until you do.
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- PC compatible
- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP