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Mary-Kate & Ashley: Get a Clue! (Game Boy Color)

Mary-Kate & Ashley: Get a Clue! Game Boy Color Title screen

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Pocket Magazine / Pockett Videogames
Ce qui ne veut pas dire que cette cartouche soit résolument mauvaise. Il s’agit d’un puzzle assez difficile qui s’adresse principalement aux filles. Le principe est proche d’un Lost Vikings : on contrôle a tour de rôle Mary-Kate, Ashley et leur chien Clue. Leurs différentes aptitudes vous permettront de retrouver les pièces d’un puzzle disséminées au travers de plus de cinquante niveaux.
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IGN
It's not exactly "shovelware" in the sense of the word's definition, but it sure feels that way. Get a Clue was made very cheaply and very quickly in order to get a game on shelves as quickly as possible. The game is exactly the same as the last version with slight changes in the sprite animations – which means, it's not all that bad. It's just disappointing to see that Acclaim is green-lighting the technique of duplicating existing games for "new" titles.