Mr. Nutz (SNES) review
"It's clear that the adventure — which begins in "Woody Land" — was heavily influenced by Sonic the Hedgehog, as Mr. Nutz collects coins from nooks and crannies across numerous expansive levels. Unlike Sonic, there's no time limit; the squirrel with attitude can ride slow-floating sponges across acidic waters, swing around on vines, and clumsily bounce off of pinball blocks at his own leisurely pace without fear of Time Over. He definitely does dawdle; even holding the "run" button barely picks up the pace."
Staff review by Zigfried (June 25, 2009)
Zigfried likes writing about whales and angry seamen, and often does so at the local pub.
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