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Harley's Humongous Adventure (SNES)

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Description

Harley is a hip, young scientist who happens to have an IQ the size of Mt. Rushmore. While experimenting with a shrinking machine, something goes terribly wrong--the machine explodes and Harley is now the size of a bug! Harley has to find the missing pieces of his machine and reassemble it in order to return to his regular size. You'll guide him through all kinds of crazy capers, commandeering a tank, parachuting, using a jet pack, and fighting a giant rat, that will lead him to the parts he needs. When you're the size of an insect everything looks humongous.

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Harley's Humongous Adventure SNES Kill it and it becomes a item for you to use
Harley's Humongous Adventure SNES Game Over
Harley's Humongous Adventure SNES Don't let these things barf on you
Harley's Humongous Adventure SNES Top scores

Alternate Titles

  • "化学者ハリーの波乱万丈" -- Japanese spelling

User Reviews

Awful in just about every way, with no emotional pull whatsoever Martin Smith (63136) 1.75 Stars1.75 Stars1.75 Stars1.75 Stars1.75 Stars
One midget, one tacky green outfit and one hell of a game! Rosalie Newcombe (2) unrated

The Press Says

GameFan Magazine Oct, 1992 81.5 out of 100 82
Power Play Jan, 1993 76 out of 100 76
All Game Guide 1998 3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars 70
Power Unlimited Jul, 1993 7 out of 10 70
Super Play Magazine UK Sep, 1993 69 out of 100 69
Mega Fun Jun, 1993 52 out of 100 52

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Electronic Arts

Though their involvement with the game's publication was tenuous, Electronic Arts did finance the game initially, evidenced by their square-circle-triangle logo appearing on the front of Harley's rocketpack harness in the cover artwork.
Eddie Brock (8) added Harley's Humongous Adventure (SNES) on Sep 19, 2003