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VITAL STATISTICS
Size:
Unknown
Style:
1 or 2-Player
Action/Platform
Special Features:
Play as Little Tarzan, Adult Tarzan, Jane, or Terk; 20+ Levels; Compatible With Game Boy Printer; 2 Player Hide N' Seek Mode; Cinematic Intro Scene
Created by:
Digital Eclipse
Published by:
Disney Interactive & Activision
Available:
Now
Bottom Line:
6.5


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Matt, The Original Gamer
Concept: 5
Graphics: 7.5
Sound: 7
Playability: 6.5
Entertainment: 6
OVERALL: 6.5

Tarzan

August 01, 1999

Disney animated films are as much a part of summer as popsicles and sunburn. Player-haters may scoff at Disney's fomulaic flicks, but this year's money making machine is Tarzan, and Activision hopes to make big bank with their Tarzan game for the GBC market. Graphically, Tarzan makes the most of the GBC's capabilities. The cinematic intro is impressive, as are the character animations and detailed backdrops. A majority of the levels are divided into two sections: one in which you must collect a number of bananas; a second in which you must find Terk, Jane, or Tarzan. As you progress through 23 levels, these tasks become somewhat redundant. Another problem is that Tarzan lacks the ability to attack. While his non-violent philosophy is admirable, sometimes we found ourselves wishing to lay the smack down on our enemies. Still, Tarzan's graphics and accurate control should make this a popular title for the youngsters. - Matt, The Original Gamer


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