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DescriptionDisney's Beauty and the Beast begins with a narrative that parallels the 1991 animated film-- an enchantress transforms a mean prince into a beast until such time that he could learn to love. One day, a woman named Belle happens into his castle. The Beast must pursue her through his own deadly castle for both their safety.
This is a side-scrolling action platformer. The Beast is rather slow but with a powerful claw strike and jump-stomp attack. He can also scale certain types of walls and can catch the edges of platforms. He also has a special roar that allows him to stun certain enemies. This becomes necessary in some sections in order to freeze bats so the Beast can use them as stepping stones to higher platforms.
The game has a time limit in the form of the magical rose. The Beast must battle through such levels as the dungeon and the main hall battling giant spiders, rats, rogue candle monsters, live gargoyle statues, and enchanted brooms, while collecting books for points (since Belle likes books) and magic mirrors that allow the Beast to see further into the current level to anticipate what challenges await.
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|GamePro (US)||Jul, 1994||4.5 out of 5||90|
|Entertainment Weekly||Jun 17, 1994||C+||58|
|Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM)||Jun, 1994||4.6 out of 10||46|
|Total! (Germany)||Jan, 1995||4.25 out of 6||35|
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Multimedia Mike (17338) added Disney's Beauty and the Beast (SNES) on May 22, 2008
Beauty and the Beast Game Design:
© 1994 The Walt Disney CompanyBeauty and the Beast Audiovisual Work:
© 1994 The Walt Disney CompanyProgrammed By:
Howard Ashman (Words By), Alan Menken (Music By), © 1991 Walt Disney Music Company / Wonderland Music Company, All right reserved., Used by permission."Be Our Guest":
Howard Ashman (Words By), Alan Menken (Music By), © 1991 Walt Disney Music Company / Wonderland Music Company, All right reserved., Used by permission."The Mob Song":
Howard Ashman (Words By), Alan Menken (Music By), © 1991 Walt Disney Music Company / Wonderland Music Company, All right reserved., Used by permission.