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The Flintstones (SNES)

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100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
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Category Description MobyScore
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.) 3.5
Graphics The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines 5.0
Personal Slant How much you personally like the game, regardless of other attributes 3.5
Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 4.0
Story / Presentation The main creative ideas in the game and how well they're executed 4.0
Overall MobyScore (2 votes) 4.0

The Press Says

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GameFan Magazine
The Flintstones is yet another quality movie license from Ocean. This platformer is definitely on the difficult side but it has the graphics and play mechanics to keep you glued. It's a way better game than it was a movie. The art and detail is again, great, but the bopping techno soundtrack seemed a little out of place.
Video Games & Computer Entertainment
Freddie and I haven't had this much fun since Taito's NES rendition of a Flintstones game. So if you're looking for a challenging platform game with a lot of playability, this one will provoke plenty of "yabba-dabba-doo"s!
GamePro (US)
Overall, The Flintstones is a fun game, definitely geared for younger gamers because o fits easy challenge, despite its increasing difficulty. Cavemen didn't need much strategy to survive, evidently. The Flintstones still rule in Bedrock!
Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM)
Despite some eye-popping graphics (like the Password Option) and technique, this one is a rather routine side-scroller. (Although there is some variety in the stages like driving, etc.) Movie fans may like it more.
Game Players
Unfortunately, this game seems to be no more than just a small part of a movie merchandising blitz. It's really too bad because the game looks and plays very well, but in their efforts to make this game challenging, they totally forgot to make it fun. There is absolutely no incentive for you to keep playing. It's so boring and repetitive, it had me saying, 'Yabba Dabba Don't!!!'
Mega Fun
Yabadabbadoo, oder doch nicht? Anscheinend hat Ocean mal wieder mehr Steinzeittaler in die Lizenz als in die Entwicklung des eigentlichen Spieles gesteckt. Beim ersten Einschalten begeistern die Flintstones noch mit Grafik und Sound, doch merkt man schnell, daß es unseren prähistorischen Freunden am nötigen Pep fehlt. Oceans neuestes Projekt ist einfach viel zu langatmig. Steuerung und Gameplay sind gleichermaßen träge, was dem leicht übertriebenen Schwierigkeitsgrad nicht gerade entgegenkommt. Obwohl auch die Kollisionsabfrage nicht immer fair ist, können die Aufmachung und die Urzeitgags The Flintstones letztendlich noch vor dem totalen Absturz retten. Wer aber nicht gerade nach Jump‘n Runs oder Fred Feuerstein süchtig ist, dem bleibt wohl nur noch das alles sagende “Wilmaaaaaaaaa!“.
Total! (Germany)
Für das SuperNES ist schon Mitte `94 ein Flintstones-Spiel erschienen, das wir Euch aufgrund der schlechten Steuerbarkeit und des schnöden Gameplays dieser Version weit mehr empfehlen möchten. Zwar ist die Grafik dieses Werkes wirklich nicht die Übelste (sieht schön aus, doch ruckelt hier und da ein wenig) und die Musikstücke sogar recht anständig, doch damit sind die positiven Aspekte auch schon alle aufgezählt.