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Disney's TaleSpin

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MobyRank MobyScore
Game Boy
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5.0
NES
70
3.5
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Description

Based on the Disney cartoon Talespin. Baloo's airline cargo company, Higher for Hire, makes deliveries all around the world. The air pirates, lead by the daring Don Karnage have increased their attacks against air travel. In order to foil the plans of the pirates, Baloo trades in his normal plane for a "Mini Sea Duck", designed to fly more maneuverably.To get his cargo delivered on time, Baloo must fly over many dangerous areas, and also pick up any cargo stolen or scattered by the air pirates. Eventually, the fortress of the air pirates themselves must be destroyed for air travel to remain safe and profitable.

Talespin is a side-scrolling shooter, moving left to right across the screen. The Mini-Seaduck can fire projectiles and switch direction, flying right-to-left while upside-down. The money you make from recovery of these cargo items can be used to purchase upgrades at the end of each level from Wildcat, the mechanic. Many strange boss creatures and devices will guard the final areas of most levels.

Screenshots

Disney's TaleSpin Game Boy Final Level
Disney's TaleSpin Game Boy Opening story
Disney's TaleSpin NES Boss battle. This pale white circle is all that is left from Baloo *sniff*
Disney's TaleSpin NES I never did like baseball...

Alternate Titles

  • "TaleSpin" -- In-game title

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The Press Says

NES Archives NES Jun 19, 2001 B+ 83
N-Force NES Feb, 1993 73 out of 100 73
Quebec Gamers NES Jul 29, 2006 6.9 out of 10 69
The DOS Spirit NES May 20, 2012 4 out of 6 67
Power Unlimited NES Dec, 1993 6 out of 10 60
Total! (Germany) Game Boy Jun, 1994 4 out of 6 40

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