Yogi Bear In Yogi Bear's Goldrush
|a game by||Entertainment International|
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|See also:||Yogi Bear Games|
Yogi Bear is a good cart for the Game Boy. In terms of game play, it surpasses the Super NES version. The graphics are big enough to be easily seen, and it controls great. Using the Super Game Boy, I was able to enjoy this game even more. Yogi has some catchy music to it, and the sounds are good for the GB. I really liked this game, although I don't care for the character. Yogi is a good game.
Yogi strikes again. This game simply must be purchased for players under six or it will find its way out the window. The game is simply too mindless for older players; walk, pick up baskets, jump, etc. The levels have no real originality and each one looks like the last. The music? Forget it. Yawn. And the worst part is that the game blurs, even when walking very slow. A good gift for the kiddies only.
For those who are fans of Yogi Bear, I'm sorry, but this has got to be one of the most boring games I have ever played! The levels don't have anything really special or unique. Everything seems to look alike. The music immediately became a monotonous drone and I quickly turned down the volume. On top of that. Yogi has only one unoriginal ability, jumping to defeat enemies. It left me unimpressed.
Yogi on Game Boy is okay. The traditional jump-and-collect-the items game play gets tired quickly, though, and the levels weren't very challenging. The graphics are pretty good (especially with the Super Game Boy peripheral), but there is just nothing distinctive about this cart other than the title. Fans of the lovable bear will probably want to check this out, but there are better carts based on cartoon characters elsewhere.
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Were comes YOGI!!! The hilarious cartoon character now stars in his own video game for the Game Boy.
Like his adventures in the cartoon series, he runs around picking up picnic baskets and other interesting objects. Of course he gets into some trouble throughout the game and can't really rely on his friends to get him out of it. In this game he has his own way. no Ranger Smith to worry about. The main mission of this game is to collect as many items on the way as you can to increase your bonus points. Bosses are there as well to stop your raiding. At the very last stage of the game you'll know why you've been going through the dangerous levels, avoiding the menacing enemies all the way. It's worth it!
There are so many places you can find where hidden items are located ... it's a quest for treasure!
The jumping of Yogi Bear is quite frustrating at first. It will take time to get used to it.
I always wondered how a little mushroom could injure a character like Yogi. Please, meaner enemies.
The durable TV bear takes his hop-n-bop show to the Game Boy for good-natured adventures. They're easy, but only mildly entertaining.
Super Mario Bear
Yogi may not be smarter than a crafty Nintendo plumber, but his game is similar to the Mario classics. Yogi hops, bops, and dodges slow-moving enemies straight out of Mario.
At least the game doesn't merely rehash the new SNES Yogi. It takes Yogi from Jelly-stone Park to five areas, including Cloud World, Pirate Ship, and Mine Shaft. Magic doors, trampolines, and hidden blocks add some excitement, but the action's still pretty repetitive. The controls are accurate, but there's not much for this bear to do.
This cart doesn't really bring anything new to the small screen Jhe miniature sprites and 2D world are typical of handhelds.
The sounds, too, are merely average. The frantic music is virtually identical for each level, and it doesn't really suit the plodding action. The stale boings, pings, and zaps show little innovation.
Okay, so Yogi Bear's not a great game. He's still a cheerful pal, and if you're nostalgic for his cartoons, you might like an afternoon with him. Serious gamers looking for a challenge, however, will want a bear with bite.
- Hidden blocks are everywhere In the Construction Site. They'll help you bounce up the structure to power-ups.
- Continue jumping off these blocks, and you'll jump higher and higher until you can get to the next platform.
- Jump over Jake's ammo in the Haunted Western area, then bop him on the hat.