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Questicle.net (Feb, 2011)
The game contains twenty-four levels, split up into two twelve-level sections for maximum pollinating greatness. Seriously, I’m shocked that this game entertained me. It’s simple, addictive fun in short bursts, and it controls well: two of the elements to look for in every NES game. Not surprisingly, it hasn’t gone down in the NES annals as one of the greats, but it’s certainly worthy of your time. Not since Dino Riki have I been as pleasantly surprised with a potentially crap game.
Although the gameplay isn’t too varied, cute graphics, nice controls, a fun theme, and bubbly music round out a very nice title.
Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM) (Sep, 1992)
Bee 52 is rather simple in game play but fun to play nonetheless.
Game Players (Feb, 1993)
Because of its theme, Bee-52 might initially appeal only to younger players. And despite its interesting scrolling backgrounds, the graphics are only average. The unique theme and 24 levels help, but play control can be a bit tricky so it's best to "bee" patient and not let its simplicity "bug" you.
NES Archives (Jun 01, 2001)
This is a pretty terrible game. You're basically a bee that flies around trying to get honey out of flowers. You can't touch anything alive or you will die. Also ants are trying to get to your hive to steal your honey. Just a funny sidenote, the opening screen says "Absolute Brilliance." After about 5 seconds you'll disagree.