Taz-Mania Walkthrough No Death Game Gear



Taz-Mania The Search for the Lost Seabirds. Game Gear Usa Version. Played using Fusion emulator. No continues, cheats or save states were used.

Conversión del juego de Megadrive. La verdad es que deja bastante que desear en todos los aspectos, tanto técnicamente, como en desarrollo y control del personaje.

Esta versión viene a ser como 9 minijuegos diferentes. La única parte de desarrollo normal corresponde a las 3 últimas fases. No es muy complicado, a excepción del nivel 4, que hace falta mucha precisión en los saltos.

Conversion of the Megadrive/Genesis game. This version is awful in every sense. Extremely short game and not especially difficult, except for level 4. Probably one of the worst music I have heard in a videogame.

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  1. Natsuki Lutick 10 July, 2020 at 04:55 Reply

    My Game Gear broke when I first tried to play this game. I took it as a sign and got rid of the cartridge. I'm glad I did.

  2. Andrei Mina 10 July, 2020 at 04:55 Reply

    I can imagine parents back then steadily taking off their belts for a beating after listening too long to this earrape playing on their kids’ Game Gears

  3. beebjank 10 July, 2020 at 04:55 Reply

    this really just is proof that music has a tremendous effect on gameplay. as bad as the game is by itself, the soundtrack fucking PROPELS it into nightmarish territory. it’s borderline agony.

  4. Reck Yu 10 July, 2020 at 04:55 Reply

    I got this terrible game because I liked Taz Mania and the box art was cool. After many months. I beat this game cuz I wasn't going to let money go to waste.

  5. Matt Haydock 10 July, 2020 at 04:55 Reply

    If you’re going to record the soundtrack live and in one take then make sure you a)practice and b) have fresh batteries in the toy keyboard you’re performing it on

  6. Luke S 10 July, 2020 at 04:55 Reply

    God this game was so bad! Impossibly hard on your first 100 attempts and the 'music' was as poor as anything I've ever heard in my life!

  7. Weston 10 July, 2020 at 04:55 Reply

    i remember my parents buying me this game when i got my tonsils out when i was about seven and i don't think i ever beat the first level – i kinda remember the mine cart so i might have gotten to the second level once or twice, but having both of the first two levels being basically auto-scrolling levels is such horribly bad game design – it's a crap game and i hated it when i was a kid

  8. skeletoncrusader 10 July, 2020 at 04:55 Reply

    This is another game where a clone of the Master System version would've been a good idea. I find this game absolutely unplayable – even with the music turned down.

  9. Godan Handpan Instruments 10 July, 2020 at 04:55 Reply

    I was around 7 years old and played this game. Later in life i studied music and made a song that was inspired by this games music. https://soundcloud.com/jesse-smits/stiefte-gert

  10. Vinicius Gonçalves 10 July, 2020 at 04:55 Reply

    I think it is morally wrong to expose children in their musically formative years to these sounds.

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