• Developer: Sega
  • Genre: Arcade/Action
  • Originally on: Sega Genesis (1995)
  • Works on: PC, Windows
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Game Overview

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Think of Marsupilami as a puzzler under the guise of an action game. The gameplay is slow and tedious since you have to accomplish a variety of tasks using your tail as the major tool The icons you collect vary from mindless pick-ups to tail upgrades Marsupilami (gotta love that name) isn't much to look at. The graphics are rather plain with some jerky scrolling that gave me headaches The sounds are typical Genesis tare with little to promote any comical mood. Once you've beaten it, nothing really gets you to play it again As it is, it might be a good game for parents playing with their kids. It's a rental certainly, but a rather iffy purchase. Marsupilami is an average title with nothing to set it apart from other games.


Marsupilami is a puzzle-solving game that looks geared toward the younger players, but may just stump a few of the veteran puzzle solvers as well. The main idea of the game is to guide an elephant past many obstacles to safety throughout each level. While sounding easy, you will soon find out that this is not a simple task. As if the puzzles themselves were not difficult enough, you must also work against a clock which is not on your side The bottom line is that the graphics are less than desirable, and the control can be frustrating at times. Do not let the 'kiddie' look to the game fool you. The levels an become very difficult For a licensed title, I was expecting a little more from this one.


When first playing this game, Marsupilami looks like a weak children's game that any youth could play through within an hour; but it isn't Marsupilami is a great combination of a puzzle action title that both kids and adults would enjoy The whole point o( the game is to help your elephant buddy get to the end o( the level by using vanity of power-ups. The puzzles are sure to hone the younger gamers solving skills. Although Marsupilami targets the younger generation, the older gamer crowd is sure to be challenged with the puzzles as well (they're not that easy in later levels! Genesis owners looking lor a title off the beaten track should take a look at Marsupilami.


The riddles and the feast-action sequences in Marsupilami really give this title what it needs to be a winner With the quality and quantity of 16-Bit titles falling, I feel Marsupilami is well worth a try for the player who is seeking a challenging new style of title for a system that is slowly losing popularity. The story of the game is perfect for the target age group of players, making it simple to understand and full of gameplay to experience There are hard obstacles in Marsupilami that add tons of gameplay by allowing players to use exotic power-ups for a purpose instead of just raising their point total These multipurpose items are used to get the dumb pachyderm out of patch level Hardcore 16-Bit gamers seek and enjoy

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System Requirements

Processor: PC compatible, SystemP-200

OS: Win9xWindows 9x, Windows 2000 WinXPWindows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.

Game Features:Marsupilami supports single modeSingle game mode

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