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Captain Novolin

Captain Novolin (SNES) game cover art
Platform: SNES
Genre: Action (Platformer)
Developer: Sculptured Software

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Reader Reviews

Captain Novolin review

Reviewed September 08, 2007

Ben says: "“Captain Novolin is a game that teaches you about diabetes,” the game proudly tells you with its first words. A few seconds later, you are thrust into the world of Pineville, where superhero Captain Novolin – fitted with a manly mask and spandex so tight you can see his pecs – resides in a super-secret hideout. Running on his treadmill, he hears news reports that aliens disguised as “sugary junk” have captured diabetic Mayor Gooden in a plot to (inexplicably) take over the world. Our fled..."
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