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While Chubby Cherub is a simple early NES game that will provide a couple hours of enjoyment at most, I still recommend that purveyors of all things quirky and Japanese give it a play. If nothing else, it shows the creativity and downright strange ideas that Japanese developers had in the early days of the NES.
The worst experience may be after falling
into a stage’s pit, where instead of losing a life, the player has to
work their way out of a room with invisible platforms and several
enemies. You’re given unlimited lives in this purgatory, but you’re
more likely to turn the game off due to the insane challenge. An
angelic concept on the surface, but a devilish experience in practice.