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DEcapAttack

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Genesis
66
3.7
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Advertising Blurbs

magazine advertisement:
    To win at this game, you've got to use your head.

    Welcome to DecapAttack, the new game for Sega Genesis starring Chuck D. Head, who demolishes his enemies with just a toss of his head.

    Chuck can outwit a ghoul by leaping across a collapsing log bridge. Hop aboard a roving eye to escape vicious werewolves. Bounce over horned beasts with a flagpole. And gain extra propulsion by punching a skull head.

    In a jam, he can always use his other head. The one in his chest that lunges out to chomp anything in its path, instantly turning attacking totem poles into piles of toothpicks.

    Everyone knows that two heads are better than one. But in this game, you've got three heads -- counting your own, of course. That's enough to give Chuck's arch enemy, Dr. Frank N. Stein, more than a few headaches himself. It's an experience that'll pop your top, and a whole lot more.

    Contributed by Pseudo_Intellectual (44474) on Dec 21, 2013.

U.S. print ad:
    To win at this game, you've got to use your head.

    Welcome to DecapAttack, the new game for Sega Genesis starring Chuck D. Head, who demolishes his enemies with just a toss of his head.

    Chuck is trying to reunite the seven parts of Eyeland that were blown apart by the mad and ruthless Dr. Frank N. Stein. But first, he and his head will have to come face to face with some of the doctor's most fiendish creations - creatures like Chuck Roast, Biojaw and Snojoe.

    Chuck can lose a ghoul by leaping across a collapsing log bridge. Hop aboard a roving eye to escape vicious werewolves. Bounce over horned beasts with a flagpole. And gain extra propulsion by punching a skull head.

    In a jam, he can always use this other head. The one in his chest that lunges out to chomp anything in its path, instantly turning attacking totem poles into piles of toothpicks.

    Everyone knows that two heads are better than one. But in this game, you've got three heads - counting your own, of course. That's enough to give the demented Doctor more than a few headaches himself.

    Sega Genesis
    Leading the 16-Bit Revolution.

    Contributed by lugnut (359) on May 18, 2004.