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Author: zigfried (Mod)
Posted: October 31, 2009 (11:01 AM)
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Fantastic review. This is strongly-validated criticism backed by historical data that most wouldn't even be aware of (or try to learn). I've had Mr. Do -- and its oddly-titled sequel "Mr. Do vs Unicorns" -- lying around for awhile, unplayed, because... well, he's a clown. They're part of an "arcade classics" line on the X68000, but I had never even heard of them before.

Now, when I do finally get around to playing them, I feel like I'll have a better perspective on their relevance, and that's due to your review.

//Zig


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Author: LowerStreetBlues
Posted: October 31, 2009 (05:15 PM)
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That's cool, glad to help. I wasn't sure if anyone would actually read this but I guess that was silly considering retro content is how I ended up browsing here.

Other Mr. Do games are a lot different than this one. I've already got a couple graphs down for Mr. Do's Castle (Mr. Do Versus Unicorns), so maybe tomorrow I can finish that.


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Author: bloomer
Posted: November 12, 2009 (06:05 AM)
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Yeah, these have all been very good reviews. As for Mr Do., my fave Mr Do game is Mr Do's Wild Ride.


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