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Quando ainda não havia salões de arcada, os bichinhos divertiam-se na selva. Jogavam pinball com serpentes e javalis a enfeitar o tabuleiro, praticavam tiro ao alvo em hipopótamos e tartarugas e fartavam-se de rir.
Each game is fun, but long term replay value may be limited by the simplicity of the gaming experience. Of the four games, Jungle Pinball, is the most fun and involving, especially as you extend play.
But the main problem with all four mini-games is just that - they're mini-games. Their longevity is as reduced as their goal is simplistic. Even in the best two games, I got up to level six, and then got bored and switched to something more exciting. On the PC, the format worked fine - the game represented a decent way for a kid to waste the ten minutes between finishing their homework and being called by their mums for dinner. But on the SNES, it falls flat.
Selbst im Zweispieler-Modus gestaltet sich das Geschehen wenig erquicklich, da abwechselnd gespielt wird. Man fragt sich ernsthaft, was sich T● HQs Entwickler bei dieser Produktion wohl gedacht haben, denn außer dem Flipper ist vom diesem Modul nichts zu gebrauchen – und selbst der ist noch Geschmackssache.