Reviews and Problems with Pinobee: Wings of Adventure
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Pinobee: Wings of Adventure
23 October 2005
Excerpt: Although the GBA
wasn't swimming in games when it first made its debut, it had its fair
share of good games, despite the limited selection. Let me make this
clear: Pinobee is not one of those good games. Purty? You decide.
Much to my dismay, Pinobee: Wings of Adventure turned out to be an
overly simple side-scroller that got old almost minutes after it began.
Excerpt: An interesting platformer with great graphics. First off, let me state for the record that Pinobee is definitely aimed at children. Pinobee stars a bee who must journey through bug land in his many adventures. You start out as a little bee whose only ability is to jump on opponents, which is the typical method of attack in most platformers. As Pinobee progresses through the levels, he meets a fairy butterfly that gives him the ability to mid-air dash.
Summary: Does this pretty platformer have what it takes to compete with Mario and Rayman? j00ny |\/|3tt5 puts down his ends and hits you back on the first with his full review. Second page of score explanations...at no extra cost!
Pros: Beautiful graphics, “Bingo” item system adds replay for devoted players, Large worlds beg to be explored, Surprisingly challenging towards the end
Cons: Not nearly enough music tracks, Silly plot would at least have been funny if translated directly into Engrish, Simplistic, shallow gameplay