DescriptionYour player is a Cabbage Patch kid with pigtails who is having a day at the park. A day that includes jumping onto vines and leaping over holes and bouncing onto correct platforms. A misplaced jump will lose a life and additionally there are a few creatures such as bees who end the player's turn when touched.
There are several screens of challenge with different combinations of obstacles.
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- "Cabbage Patch Kids" -- MSX title
- "キャベッジパッチキッズ" -- Japanese spelling
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|Cute side scrolling adventure.||gametrader (233)|
|TeleMatch||Jun, 1984||1 out of 6||100|
|Retro Game Reviews||Jun 26, 2015||90|
|The Video Game Critic||Nov 18, 2001||C-||42|
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DevelopmentYou may be asking yourself what the Cabbage Patch Kids are doing in a game on the ColecoVision. The answer is: exercising corporate synergy through cross-promotion!
Despite a strong platform launch, the video game crash of 1983 was pawing at the door; the launch of the ADAM, intended to lead Coleco boldly forward into the home computer market, only compounded their financial troubles. But then, a stroke of luck! Coleco's shrewd toy acquisitions division accidentally ended up with ownership of the must-have toy line of Christmas 1983 in their hands -- those very same misshapen baby dolls, whose skyrocketing proceeds would serve to slow Coleco's gradual but inevitable collapse into bankruptcy.
What you are seeing here, then, is Coleco's attempt to use one of their properties on the way up (Cabbage Patch Kids) to give a boost-through-association to one of their properties on the way down (the ColecoVision).
Related Web Sites
- Video review of the ColecoVision, some games and modules (WARNING: Language) (The Angry Video Game Nerd, James Rolfe, reviews the CollecoVision, some modules and games, including Cabbage Patch Kids Adventures in the Park on ColecoVision.)
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