In memoriam, Donald Sutherland

The Smurfs

aka: De Smurfen, De wraak van de Smurfen, Die Schlümpfe, Die Schlümpfe schlagen zurück, Die Schlümpfe: Schlumpfe sich wer kann, I Puffi, La Revanche des Schtroumpfs, La rivincita dei Puffi, La venganza de los Pitufos, Les Schtroumpfs, Los Pitufos, Os Estrumpfes, The Revenge of the Smurfs
Moby ID: 11900
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Free the Smurfs before Gargamel smurfs then all! Platform game where you will be able to play with the jockey smurf, the brainy smurf, the greedy smurf and the hefty smurf to resolve the adventure. All of the classic SMURF characters are along for the adventure, guaranteeing you a Smurf-tastic time.

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Average score: 72% (based on 17 ratings)


Average score: 3.8 out of 5 (based on 26 ratings with 1 reviews)

Another good Infogrames platformer

The Good
- Solid graphics, every level is unlike another and offers nice variety of colors.
- Most levels are standard go-from-left-to-right experience (something I actually like). This monotony is broken by some other levels (e.g. mines, log jumping, ...)

The Bad
- No real complaints.

The Bottom Line
Like other Infogrames' platformers, "The Smurfs" is a solid straightforward platformer that neatly brings up nostalgia from a cartoon I used to watch in the 80's. But, in my honest opinion, unlike Asterix & Obelix, this one is a bit easier, i.e. you won't die that often.
You won't have to study endless manuals and game mechanics in this one. After a hard day at work, "The Smurfs" is a game you can just dive into and not rage-quit after you die. This is something only a few other games (like Civilization 1&2) offered me in all these years.

(Beware: Besides Left+Right+Jump keys there is also a "run" key. Pushing it while jumping makes for longer jumps and it also makes the game much easier. Besides, after one point in the game (somewhere in the forest) you won't be able to progress without knowing this key.)

DOS · by Slug Cat (1) · 2017


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Like other Franco-Belgian comics that Infogrames bought to video game, looks true to the comic, but playing the comic ain't as fun as reading it. Andrew Fisher (697) Oct 9, 2023


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Contributors to this Entry

Game added by Frederic Bibet.

Windows added by Barbarian_bros. DOS added by Frenkel. SEGA CD added by Riemann80. Game Boy Advance added by Terok Nor.

Additional contributors: Terok Nor, chirinea, Sciere, Игги Друге, formercontrib, Paweł Olwert, Charly2.0.

Game added January 30, 2004. Last modified May 7, 2023.