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Cool Spot is a colorful 2D platform game featuring the 7-Up mascot as the main protagonist. The game objective is fairly simple and straightforward. The player character has to collect enough number of cool points throughout each level in order to find and rescue his captured uncool Spot buddies and complete the game.


Cool Spot SEGA Master System Rescue the spot to get to next level
Cool Spot Game Gear Begining level 2
Cool Spot SEGA Master System Spikes hurt
Cool Spot Amiga Locomotive

Alternate Titles

  • "Spot and the Quest for Cool" -- Informal title
  • "クールスポット" -- Japanese spelling

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User Reviews

Probably the best game ever to be based off a beverage. Genesis Adzuken (818)
Easier gameplay and some inspiring level design could have made Cool Spot a better game... DOS Accatone (5184)
One of the most iconic characters of advertising gets a game. And it's actually good. SNES Steelysama (106)
Drink Me Genesis ETJB (447)
A neat game, if somewhat stupid. DOS Tomer Gabel (4352)

Critic Reviews

Sega Force Game Gear Dec 09, 1993 95 out of 100 95
GamePro (US) Game Gear Nov, 1993 4.5 out of 5 90
Sega Force Genesis Aug 26, 1993 90 out of 100 90
Player One SEGA Master System Dec, 1993 86 out of 100 86
Play Time SNES Nov, 1993 83 out of 100 83
The Video Game Critic Genesis Aug 11, 2005 B+ 83
Megablast Game Boy Jun, 1994 78 out of 100 78
Megablast Game Gear Dec, 1993 78 out of 100 78
Mega Fun SEGA Master System Nov, 1993 74 out of 100 74
Power Unlimited Game Boy Oct, 1993 6.5 out of 10 65


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In the PC version, there are two batch files (UKVER.BAT and USVER.BAT) in the Cool Spot game directory. UKVER.BAT makes the game "British" by removing the 7-up logo from the bottle displayed in the title screen. USVER.BAT on the other hand returns the 7-up logo.


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