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Barney's Hide and Seek

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Platform: Genesis
Genre: Action (Platformer)
Developer: Realtime Associates


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Reader Reviews

Barney's Hide and Seek review

Reviewed June 24, 2005

goldenvortex says: "Don’t look at me like that. "
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Barney's Hide and Seek review

Reviewed July 31, 2007

johnny_cairo says: "Barney is enough to convince most people that dinosaurs went extinct for a very good reason. This pacifistic mass of purple and green foam was invented solely to entertain developing children not yet sophisticated enough to speak or eat with a closed mouth. We were all once like that, but even now I can recall never being inclined towards this goofy-voiced Tyrannosaurus Rex bursting with love, even at an age when one isn't expected to have discriminating tastes. My Kindergarten classmates..."
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