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Just like the SNES version, the Game Boy port is called "Super James Pond", and not "James Pond 2: Codename Robocod" or a variation of the latter.
James is very flexible with his robotic suit. Certain cannot be reached without using this feature.
Climbing along the ceiling.
An enemy was hidden in that box.
In order to use the exit, we must first find and disarm all booby-trapped penguins.
We can also fly if we find wings.
Card birds are attacking!
All levels are accessed through doors in a castle. The doors to higher levels only unlock if we finish all lower stages before.
The first boss: A giant teddy.
A large head of James marks levels already completed.
Many enemies are toys, like this train.
Avoid the bullets.
The second boss: The teddy again, he only takes more hits this time.
This stage looks quite minimalistic.
A bonus stage.
This level's architecture is made from board games.
Cards whose back is visible are hidden gaps.
The third boss: The teddy AGAIN! I'm not making this up.
In this level you can see the product placement for Penguin Biscuits.
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