Bamse

Bamse

Skalman has invented a timemachine and together with bamse and Lille Skutt he's traveled an incredible 75 million years into the past. But there was a stowaway onboard, Vargen! He's kidnappped Skalman, and without him there is now way for Bamse and...

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Platform Nintendo Game Boy
Release Date 1993
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ESRB Not Rated
Developers Beam Software
Publishers Laser Beam Entertainment
Genres Platform
Max Players 1
Cooperative No
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Video Link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vpi5cZnsKS0
Overview
Skalman has invented a timemachine and together with bamse and Lille Skutt he's traveled an incredible 75 million years into the past. But there was a stowaway onboard, Vargen! He's kidnappped Skalman, and without him there is now way for Bamse and Lille Skutt to get back to their own time. Can you help Bamse find Skalman and clear all the dangers on the way? It won't be easy and Bamse is gonna need all the help he can get. Bamse, the strongest bear in the world, is a popular Swedish cartoon figure created by Rune Andréasson in 1962. This is his first appearance in a video game. The game was exclusively created for the Swedish market. The story goes, that Skalman has invented a time machine and together with Bamse and Lille Skutt they travel 75 million years back in time to the age of the dinosaurs. But the mischievous Vargen sneaks along and kidnaps Skalman to his "doomed castle". Bamse must now free his friend so they can get back to their own time again. Bamse is not an original game. Instead it is a re-skinned version of Baby T-Rex by the same developer. This explains why the settings of the game appears out of context with very little to do with the original cartoon. It also suffers from translation errors and contain left overs from the original game which do not fit in. It is a very traditional platform game where you run and jump to get to the end of the stage. There are a total of 4 "worlds", each with 3 stages and a final boss stage. The gameplay is fast paced, with slides and skateboards for added speed. You can find small jars of "Dunderhonung" and bowling balls to throw at the enemies. There are also power-ups to replenish health and obtain extra lives.
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