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TaleSpin

TaleSpin (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Tags: Shooter, Scrolling
Developer: Capcom

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
12/??/1991
EU
09/24/1992

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TaleSpin review

Reviewed December 27, 2011

wolfqueen001 says: "In the first level, enemy planes try to ram you as you fly over large expanses of water dotted with oil platforms. Halfway through, you confront the infamous air pirate Don Karnage, who is hell-bent on ruining your day. You can't beat him yet, so you must evade his shots while pressing forward until he gives up."
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