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TwinBee 3: Poko Poko Dai Maou

TwinBee 3: Poko Poko Dai Maou (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Genre: Scrolling Shooter (Vertical)
Developer: Konami

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Released
JP
09/29/1989
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TwinBee 3: Poko Poko Dai Maou review

Reviewed July 01, 2010

Rob Hamilton says: "In Detana!! TwinBee (aka: Bells & Whistles), the entire game exhibited the same sort of imagination these bosses did. There were floating cities, waterfalls in outer space and other enchanting sights to fly over. Here...there's a quintet of generic-looking backgrounds ranging from the mundane beach-and-water combo of the second stage to the atrocious checkerboard design of the final level."
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