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Blue Blink

Turbografx-16

Game Description:

This is an excellent little platform game. Well, it’s pretty decent anyways. It’s the same old story you’ve heard before: boy finds magical blue donkey-horse, boy’s father goes missing, boy joins up with two convicted felons, a princess, and a bus driver to find boy’s father. Yaaaawn.

So you run around with a couple of your new-found friends and shoot things and jump on other things. Each has their own abilities, so you can switch between them all by pushing Select. The princess can jump really high, for instance, but she can’t shoot. Whenever you fall into a pit, or lose all your life, Blink the magical flying blue donkey-horse comes along and saves you. Weird? Absolutely. But then, what did you expect from a TurboGrafx game?

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TitleCategoryDate
Blue Blink (EN)Fully Playable13 Oct 2001