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Mr. Do! is a highly challenging game (much more so than Dig Dug, in fact) of timing and strategy. Although it’s obviously impossible to capture the cartoony graphics of the original, Coleco did a pretty good job of including as many elements of the music and graphics as possible. A very underrated arcade port.
Mr. Do is hectic and fun, but less strategic than Dig Dug. The graphics and sound are above average, and the control is quite responsive. Mr. Do has four skill levels.
Sadly, the big flaw in this version is that the "maze" you dig doesn't allow for the thin sides to remain. This can quickly leave the board wide open and make Mr. DO! too hard to be much fun. You might try to get the E-X-T-R-A letters once, but other than that you'll probably pull the cartridge out in frustration. As much as I wanted to like this game, I’d rather play Pac-man.