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Description

A wizard is mixing up a batch of magic potions, when an explosion sends the gloves off his hands flying into the air. One lands safetly outside the castle, but the other lands in an evil potion mixture. It's this evil glove that decides to take over the castle. Meanwhile, 7 crystals, which used to sit on top of the castle and gave the surrounding lands its life force, also fly off in all directions. Thankfully, though, the good Glove changes the crystals into rubber balls, so that they would land safely.

You must control the good glove (name Glover) and find the 7 crystals, putting them back into the castle to restore the life back into the land. But be careful, the bad glove is out to stop you and take the kingdom, and the wizards power, for his own.

Screenshots

Glover Nintendo 64 Drop the ball, go there for cards
Glover Nintendo 64 Title screen
Glover Nintendo 64 Main menu
Glover Nintendo 64 Choose gate

Promo Images

Glover Screenshot
Glover Screenshot
Glover Screenshot
Glover Screenshot

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Critic Reviews

Gamezilla Windows Dec 01, 1999 82 out of 100 82
Game Revolution Nintendo 64 Jan 01, 1999 B 75
PC Joker Windows Jan, 1999 72 out of 100 72
Video Games PlayStation Dec, 1999 72 out of 100 72
Mega Fun PlayStation Dec, 1999 68 out of 100 68
Mega Fun Nintendo 64 Jan, 1999 63 out of 100 63
GameSpot PlayStation Dec 09, 1999 4.8 out of 10 48
PC Gamer Windows Mar, 1999 39 out of 100 39
IGN PlayStation Jan 03, 2000 2.6 out of 10 26
Game Over Online Windows Nov 18, 1998 20 out of 100 20

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Trivia

Cancelled Sequel

A sequel of Glover was in development by the same team behind the original, the game was in a good state when it was cancelled by Hasbro for a very unfortunate reason.

At the the time of Glover release, Nintendo had a discount on Nintendo 64 cartridges and so Hasbro ordered 300,000 copies instead of 150,000.

Glover was a successful third party game on Nintendo 64, but Hasbro had to take the hit on 150,000 copies not sold to retailers, leading to the Glover 2 cancellation.

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