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Flintstones Burger Time In Bedrock (GB)

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      31.01.2009 23:15
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      "Flintstones - Burger Time In Bedrock" is a parody of the hit Nintendo classic "Burger Time". In it, players complete a series of puzzles as Fred Flintstone portrayed as a head chef.

      Gameplay follows directly from the early Nintendo classic. Players are presented with a puzzle featuring numerous hamburger trimmings and climbing instruments. The player must guide his character, here Fred Flintstone, along the various hamburger buns, condiments and other features while avoiding enemies. Each ingredient is placed on a different level of the puzzle and the player must guide each piece to the bottom of the display by running across each trimming. Players may also avoid enemies by hitting them with a large mallet by pressing the "A" button. Movement is guided by using the arrow keys. Producers have also included a second player option which could further boost this title's replay value.

      Graphics are quite good and show excellent colouring throughout the title. Fred sports his appropriate orange and black dotted tunic which came across clearly in the design. The designs overall did appear to be a bit squared as opposed to rounded, but this is hardly noticeable and did not impact on gameplay.

      The audio of this title features acceptable musical compositions and other appropriate sound effects. It could perhaps be said that the default setting on the music was slightly loud but, in a title such as this, I preferred to play the game in silence. Audio is not a required area in this game.

      "Flintstones - Burger Time In Bedrock" keeps with the original "Burger Time" title very well and retains all of its original replay appeal. It's highly likely that this game would make a suitable addition to any player's collection.


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