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Discussion in 'Muppet Merchandise' started by MuppetFan12, Oct 30, 2012.
What is the worst Muppet Video Game you have ever played?
Well, there weren't a lot released. I only had Gameboy's On With the Show! and License to Croak. Both were an enjoyable gaming experience. (Insert nerdy emoticon here)
Chaos at the Carnival for NES
I have have a full playthrough of License to Croak on my youtube channel (I need to get on finishing my playthrough of animorphs )
But it's full of annotations pointing out everything wrong with the game and overall making fun of it.
I had the Game Boy Color one titled "The Muppets". It was kind of fun but a bit disappointing as well
Ya, I wasn't a huge fan of the "The Muppets" for Game Boy color. I felt it was super repetitive and didn't have too much substance to it. I mean, I like jumping and ducking as much as the next guy, but a little something extra would have been nice.
The better question is, are any of them any good? Pigs in Space for Atari is the only one that I've played that's remotely enjoyable. And that's because it's stolen games.
Chaos at the Carnival is just terrible on all counts. When the levels are actually fun, they go on too long. The controls are crap. A 5 foot wide Kermit has to navigate through 2 inch narrow rock openings. And when and if you even get to the last level, the controls go from terrible to *&^%$!!!! as you have to push a giant monster off a cliff with a feather in the most awkward way possifreakingble.
Oh, and after all that headbanging wonder, you get rewarded with this...
In character, yes. Also annoying as crap to be insulted when you win a terrible game.
Muppet Pinball Mayhem wasn't that bad, either. Then again, it was a pinball game. How can you possibly screw that up.
Well, there are bigger games like Muppet Party Cruise, Muppet Race Mania, and Muppet Monster Adventure. I never played any of them, but they seemed fun.
The only ones that I have played are "On to the Show" and "License to Croak". Both were enjoyable, though License to Croak felt a tad to easy. Also, you have to let yourself lose certain levels in order to get to the mini games.
Pinball for the win! That is all...
"The Muppet CD Rom: Muppets Inside" for Windows 95 - HANDS DOWN WINS!!!!!!
There are those that do on part of bad game physics. There's a very infamous example, but I forget what it was.
Muppet Party Cruise is fun. Lots of flaws, but I can still play and enjoy it. Muppet Monster Adventure gets points for featuring Robin, but some of that platformer business made me want to chuck the controller. I ended up quitting partway through, and I usually stick with games to the very end.
That's an easy one.... Chaos of Carnival for NES! I can remember buying that back around 1991 or so and was so excited because it was a video game with the Muppets and I started playing it and was instantly bummed. The graphics are typical for the time but it's the whole play of the game that was horrible as well as the very repetitive music. Once I got the key to look for Piggy, I could never figure out how to move Kermit correctly and died every time.
I really wish Disney would get a new game on the market. That would be great.
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