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An adventurer named Dusty returns home with an enchanted Totem Pole. Due to an assortment of rare events, the spirits of the Totem have been freed and they have created a bizarre parallel universe that can devour the world. Lowman, the "head" of the Totem, needs some "muscle" as he calls it, to bring them back. He finds a pencil on the desk and makes it come to life. The pencil tells Lowman to call him Woody, WILLLLLLLLD Woody. Lowman explains what has happened with his Totem brothers and now Woody goes into the parallel universe, dimension by dimension, and rounds up Lowman's Totem brothers.

In this game, you destroy your enemies by jumping on top of them and Woody can also wipe them out with his eraser. You can erase certain walls to get through them and you can also erase boxes that most of the time teleport if you press down. Other boxes contain items. You also can sketch things and they will come to life, but you can only do this twice because Woody shrinks very quickly from doing this. There are also power-ups that make you grow again.


Wild Woody SEGA CD Opera singer special
Wild Woody SEGA CD Title screen
Wild Woody SEGA CD Game Over!
Wild Woody SEGA CD Level 1: Broadside Battle

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User Reviews

wild woody is wildly entertaining ETJB (480) 4.43 Stars4.43 Stars4.43 Stars4.43 Stars4.43 Stars

Critic Reviews

Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM) Sep, 1995 22.5 out of 40 56
Just Games Retro Dec 17, 2006 2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars 40
Game Informer Magazine Jun, 2003 3 out of 10 30 May 05, 2011 2 out of 10 20
GamePro (US) Sep, 1995 1 out of 5 20
Retro Game Reviews Mar 13, 2016 2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars 20


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Special version

There is a special version of this game, given out only the people who worked on it. The only noticeable differences are a tiny island at the bottom left corner of Pirate Act 1 (which fixed a bug where Woody could get caught underwater at the edge of the world), and the addition of a health and give-me-a-sketch buttons to the debug controller.

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James Reed (111) added Wild Woody (SEGA CD) on Feb 25, 2006
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