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Game info
Jaguar

Bubsy

Bubsy
GenreArcade Platform
DeveloperImagitec Design
PublisherATARI
Released1994
Rating
Graphics:8.0
Sound:8.0
Gameplay:8.0
Overall:8.0
Reviewed byndial
Bubsy: Fractured Furry Tails is an arcade platform game that made its debut on the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis consoles during the early 90s, with colorful and humorous graphics. The game was later developed for the 32bit Atari machines, the Falcon and the Jaguar.
 
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BubsySTORY / GAMEPLAY
Bubsy, the game's hero, sets off for a quest to protect the world's children from all those silly stories that talk about fairy-tales and tangled-up myths and save Mother Goose in the process. As with numerous other side scrolling platform games, you must guide the hero (a cat) and run across each level to find the exit. Along the way you will "attend" a twisted tea party, climb a giant bean-stock, dive 20,000 leagues under the sea or even meet Hansel and Gretel themselves. You'll also have to kill "baddies" like the bell-bottom clad giant, pesky vultures, pie throwing machines and "punk" flamingos. In terms of gameplay, Bubsy is nothing groundbreaking or out of the ordinary. It just follows the classic platform formula we saw in hundreds of games. But, the controls are quite "sloppy" in a way that there are many time where the game gets frustrating when you're killed; and you can easily die not because you're careless but because the controls show poor response! So get ready to test your skills and challenge your...nerves! (Note: To be honest, Rayman is by far a much better game in this genre!)

GRAPHICS / SOUND
Difficulty aside, the game offers some nice and vividly colored graphics, with fast scrolling and smooth sprites animation though some parallax scrolling is missing on the Jaguar version's backgrounds. Apparently the game is a direct port from the Atari Falcon home-micro version rather than a re-designed Jaguar exclusive. Either way, the game has really nice visuals. The sound is also good with a variety of in-game tunes and some funny and cartoon-ish sound effects.
 
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Sounds
Intro/Menu music:  In-game music sample:
 
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Hardware information

Jaguar

JaguarCPU: The main processor is called "Jaguar" and it is based on a RISC 3000 MIPS. Co-Processor: MC68000 at 13,3MHz used as a general purpose control processor.
MEMORY: 2Mb (64bit bus usinf 4x16bit fast page mode DRAMS
GRAPHICS: GPU is called Tom at 26,59MHz, 32bit RISC architecture, 4Kb int. cache. Object Processor: 64bit RISC architecture (could do a variety of graphic architectures). Blitter: 64bit RISC architecture managing high speed logic ops, z-buffering, Gouraud Shading (64bit int.registers). DRAM Controller, 32bit memory management.
SOUND: Sound chip is called Jerry. DSP 32bit RISC acrhitecture with 8Kb int.cache. It has CD quality sound while the number of channels used depends on the software. Two DAC (stereo) convert digital data to analog sound signals. Full stereo.
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The Jaguar (default) color palette
24bit RGB 16,7 million-color palette (16,7M on screen)
 
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