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Mr. Do!

Mr. Do! (CVN) game cover art
Platform: Colecovision
Tags: Action
Developer: Universal

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Mr. Do! review

Reviewed October 30, 2009

LowerStreetBlues says: "Mr. Do is a clown. That's strike one against him. In this self-titled Colecovision debut he harvests cherries lying ripe in bizarre single-screen sub-terrains. His underground world is one of pastel and patterned colors, dirt-munching monsters and easily excavated soil which he burrows through with ease. If only his natural predators weren't so abundant, he might have it made, but alas Mr. Do is forever on the lam, digging for his next cherry under the dogging jaws of Badguys and Diggers, Bl..."
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