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on 22 February 2002
If you love the Flintstones cartoon then you will love this game for Gameboy Advance!
Most of the favourites are there... Fred, Wilma, Dino, Barney, the Great Gazoo.
You are Fred Flintstone and have to save Barney from the clutches of the evil Dr Sinister. Collect and use lots of items including; clubs, bowling balls, dodo eggs and bronto ribs!!! Avoid Pterodactyls and slide down brontosaur's backs; watch out for grass-chomping dinos and hot flaming barbecues; climb ladders, bounce on hammock-trampolines, and avoid the stone-slab-throwing 'paper'-boy
There are 4 gaming areas; Bedrock, Wild West, Haunted House and Dr Sinister's Island, each with 3 sub-levels - so this game will take a while to complete. My only gripe about the game is that you can't save your position and kick off from there next time you switch on, however, there are three difficulty level settings (easy, medium and hard) so you can switch to the easy level just to get through the game and see all the areas.
The graphics are superb; Fantastic stills taken from the beginning of the actual cartoon introduce the game and the animation is also true to the original. The cartoon-style sound effects (83 in total plus 6 different music themes) fit very well with the actions and add a touch of humour. Wilma and Fred also sound just like the real thing!
A must for all fans. You won't be disappointed!!! :)
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on 13 May 2002
Agree that this game seemed fun to play and at first was!. However bought this as the write up the internet originally stated it had passwords to save game.
Easy to get bored as there is no position at which to save each level so you're right back to the beginning each time you switch on. Found it tedious to get so far into the game and keep going back to start again, lost interest in this I'm afraid.
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