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Mischief Makers (1997)

Yuke yuke!! Toraburu mêkâzu (original title)
When Professor Theo is kidnapped, his robotic maid, Marina, sets out to rescue him.



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When Professor Theo is kidnapped, his robotic maid, Marina, sets out to rescue him.

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1 October 1997 (USA)  »

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One of the great underrated ones
11 January 2017 | by See all my reviews

Mischief Makers, besides being one of the few 2D sidescrollers for the N64, combined sidescrollers and puzzles, which I found to be a lot of fun.

The character Marina is engaging to use, especially her ability to shake and throw the objects in her environment. I love the quirky, distinctive design in this, the weird looking citizens and and the face blocks. Story also has a lot of plot for a platformer. Its interesting and the characters are distinctive and humorous. The game also does a good job of bonus achievements important. Each level has a hidden gem you have to acquire. I won't spoil what you get for getting them all, but it is important.

The one downside I had with the game is that one of the levels requires you to tap a button really fast a la the torture segment in Metal Gear Solid. I, among others, physically have trouble tapping that fast.

Overall, it's a great game that I miss playing.

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