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Eat my Shorts!
This game is crazy hard but really rewarding when you figure out how it works. The graphics are great even now and this version is way better than the NES by a long shot. Be prepared for a challenge!!!
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: 22crewsk8er
You can never go wrong with an adult cartoon game such as this. I love the cartridge n game for my hd Sega Genesis. Get the Sega flashback to play this cartridge. The nes mini doesn’t have wireless controllers and doesn’t play cartridges nor does the purple snes mini. Too expensive , sold out and not as great grade A as this Sega game for an HD tv n HD Sega G for $70 and the cartridges here on EBay are still good n easy to find. Just blow on the cartridge like back then. The cartoon adventure with items and scrolling is easy on the eyes. Great way to enjoy Simpsons. A++
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: munoz0716
A running joke throughout the series is that no one knows where Springfield is. The writers are always coming up with ways to keep the audience guessing. Some examples of this are: in 'Sunday, Cruddy Sunday' when Marge phones the egg painting company and gives her address, she says, "742 Evergreen Terrace, Springfield Ohi...", then cuts out to say, "Oh hiya Maude!" to Maude Flanders, who suddenly appears in the kitchen. When Homer and Bart are off to the Edison Museum in 'The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace' they drive past a sign with exits to New Jersey, Michigan and Oregon, none of which are close to each other. When Larry Burns spots Mr. Burns on the train, he asks where the train is going. The conductor says, "Springfield." and Burns asks, "Springfield where?", but the conductor's reply is drowned out by the train's engine.
My child was very excited to receive and play this game. Thanks
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: kingneeca
great game , good memories
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: manefa_7