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Greendog: The Beached Surfer Dude!

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Good Times Genesis J. G. (7)
Like, Totally Rad To The Exteme, Man! Genesis ETJB (447)

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Platform Votes Score
Game Gear 2 2.4
Genesis 9 3.2
Combined MobyScore 11 3.0

The Press Says

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GenesisSega Force
Greendog är ett charmigt spel som både känns fräscht och välbekant på samma gång. Strulfaktorn är nästan noll, och nivåerna är ganska varierande. Det enda som drar ner betyget är en vag känsla av att tillverkarna kanske kunde gett en aning mera av det s.k. "järnet", (Den s.k. Sonic 2-effekten...!RED)Det är lite för långt mellan "aha"-upplevelserna i början, även om det tar sig rejält när man kommer en bit in i spelet.
GenesisGame Zero
Greendog does not follow the feel of most Genesis games. I really enjoyed this cart. It wasn't flashy--just fun! The graphics were cool, and the sound was up beat and rockin'! It all fit together to make a tearin' up fun cart. Good job.
GenesisGameFan Magazine
Greendog was fun enough to hold my interest all the way through. It has nice scrolling backgrounds and good diversity. There's just not enough here to make it a big game, but it's got enough good points to make it a worthy title.
When the sun finally sets on the white, sandy beaches, and the soft rhythmic beat of the kettle drums soothes its way into your soul, Greendog is fun little game that is worth the few hours of play required to see all it has to offer. It won't set the world on fire, and anyone looking for profound meaning in it is obviously in need of a vacation themselves. Taken for what it is though, you'll find that the unique visual style, relaxed atmosphere, and goofy premise all combine for an enjoyable romp that's pretty entertaining. Now, where's my lobster bisque?
GenesisThe Video Game Critic
It's fairly awkward, but Greendog does a lot of other things right. The background music has a relaxing, steel drum, island vibe that I found appealing. Falling in the water will not cost you a life (thankfully), and there are some fast-paced skateboarding stages to break up the platform-jumping monotony. On the downside, when a creature ends up on top of our hero, it's frustratingly hard to escape (or kill) it. Many areas feature annoying red fish that latch onto you and won't let go. The skateboard stages feature some ill-conceived "spring" traps that send you back in the stage, and the underwater stages are predictably slow. Bonus stages put our surfer on an odd, flying unicycle contraption to collect items, but it's hard to control and not particularly fun. In the end, Greendog is a good game for a hot summer day, but its numerous flaws ensured we'd never see a sequel.
GenesisPower Play
Lichtschutzfaktor drei für Greendog. Das Outfit des Allround-Surfer mit der schlaksigen Extremitäten liegt zwischen witzig bis lächerlich. Die Gegner sind nett animiert, besonders gut gefielen mir die Papageien und die Eingeborenen in Saba. Musikalisch reißt sich Greendog kein Bein aus: ein Reggea-Song wäre angebrachter gewesen als die eintönige Schunkelmusik. Trotzdem kommt bei Wellengeplätscher und Papageiengeschrei die Karibikatmosphäre noch halbwegs gut rüber. Das Level-Design ist augenscheinlich in die Bermuda-Shorts gegangen.