The Ren & Stimpy Show: Time Warp

Moby ID: 37003


In The Ren & Stimpy Show: Time Warp, the player takes command of the comedy duo on a quest through time to stop Stimpy's beloved hero, Muddy Mudskipper, from changing history and ruining space and time.

The game is a side-scrolling platformer mixed with side-scrolling shooting sequences where the player takes command of a space ship through time portals in between stages. There are five stages to play in: the backyard, the Big City, the Untamed World, a zoo and a haunted house. To defeat enemies on their way, Ren and Stimpy will find various crazy weapons like beaver saws and watermelon bows, as well as other items to help them out in their quest, such as rubber nipples used for climbing walls.

There are also various obstacles and traps the players must avoid, like the Crockostimpy and the Happy Helmet which will temporarily incapacitate the player until it is knocked off their head. The player can find health power-ups to restore their health and earn points by picking up money symbols. The game also features the voice talents of Billy West.

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Average score: 71% (based on 8 ratings)


Average score: 2.9 out of 5 (based on 2 ratings with 1 reviews)

This game flat out sucks.

The Good
-The graphics are right out of the show.

-The music is pretty decent. Well, most of it.

-Billy West's voice samples for the main characters are clean and sound exactly like the show.

-The Log minigames, old arcade classics with logs, are interesting.

The Bad
-If there is too much action on-screen, the game gets choppy.

-Sculptured Software developed this game.

-The story is weak and disappears after the first stage.

-One of the cruelest pranks in video game history as far as I know. The opening says the boys must collect 47 million Gritty Kitty Proof of Purchase seals, but THIS GAME FRIGGIN' LIES TO YOU!!! You need 65 or more to access the next stage.

-The time machine controls are awful.

-If you get hit once, AND I MEAN ONCE, you lose your Powdered Toast, Rubber Nipples, Beaver or Robin Höek's Bow.

-This game is very long and doesn't let you use a password except to play the minigames.

The Bottom Line
This game totally sucks. Do not play it unless you are like me and want to review horrible games.

SNES · by Carl Cooper (1) · 2020


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Game added by Big John WV.

Game added October 22, 2008. Last modified February 22, 2023.