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Cool World (NES)

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Advertising Blurbs

UK Magazine Print Ad - SNES/NES/GameBoy 1993:
    HOLLI WOULD
    IF SHE
    COULD
    ..,and she will

    CARTOON
    LAND GONE BAD!
    Whilst publishing his underground comic, Jack
    Deebs has unwittingly created a parallel universe
    inhabited by cartoon characters known as
    DOODLES.
    You are transported into COOL WORLD and
    seduced, through engaging messages, by the Doodle
    vamp... HOLLl. Visual jokes and gags punctuate
    your adventure as you hop to and fro between
    reality and COOL WORLD.
    But Holli's dream is to shed her Doodle identity...
    to become a real woman - with a real interest in
    Jack!

    A DREAM THAT COULD DESTROY BOTH WORLDS!

    Contributed by Mr Almond (2567) on Dec 12, 2007.

Back of Box - NES:

    HOLLI WOULD IF SHE COULD.



    It's an imaginary world that's real. It exists in another dimension, where cartoon characters, called Doodles, are alive. It's Cool World.

    It was Vegas Vinnie who first discovered the tunnel connecting Cool World with this world. There, he found the Golden Spike of Power - the wedge between the two worlds. For safe keeping, he placed it on top of the Queen Hotel in Las Vegas.

    Now, a knockout Doodle called Holli Would wants to take all the power the Golden Spike can give her. She wants to get herself a real body and exist in this world. If she removes it, she may destroy both worlds!

    She's already stolen the Tunnel Map, and torn it into five pieces which she has hidden with members of her gang. As Harris, you go up against Holli and her henchmen to recover all five pieces and return to the real world and guard the Spike.

    Holli and her hoods are out to get you, so you'd better get them first if you want to save this world.

    AVAILABLE ON VIDEOCASSETTE

    Contributed by Corn Popper (69754) on Aug 24, 2003.