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Name Smurfs 2, The
System Genesis - Mega Drive
Year 1996
Developer Virtual Studio
Genre Action

Smurfs 2: The Sega Genesis Mega Drive is a side-scrolling action platformer released for the Sega Genesis in 1994. It was the sequel to the successful Smurfs game that had appeared on the NES and Master System. In Smurfs 2, Papa Smurf has once again been kidnapped by Gargamel. This time, however, he has disappeared into another dimension and it is up to you as either Brainy or Vanity to rescue him.

You must progress through five side-scrolling levels filled with enemies and obstacles of varying difficulty. Along your journey, you will earn coins which can be used to purchase helpful items from the store in the main village area. You will have a variety of weapons at your disposal such as pies, umbrellas and toothpaste bombs. Each weapon has its own advantages and disadvantages against different foes so you must think carefully when choosing which one to use in order to defeat them successfully. Additionally, throughout each level you will encounter secret passages which can lead you to bonus areas filled with even more danger but powerful rewards!

Smurfs 2 can be played in both single player story mode or two-player simultaneous mode where both players navigate their characters through levels cooperatively or competitively (with a link cable). The two player mode adds an interesting dynamic to each level as cooperating players struggle together to beat difficult sections while competing players try stealing items from each other’s stores/inventory screens.

In terms of graphics and sound, Smurfs 2 makes good use of the Sega Genesis hardware with bright cartoonish visuals and an upbeat tune accompanying every level along with various sound effects for various situations like attacking enemies or claiming bonus items. Overall, Smurfs 2 offers a nice blend of fun exploration coupled with interesting weapons choices and varied enemies – making it an enjoyable adventure that fits well within the classic 16bit library while providing something entertaining enough for both experienced gamers and newer players alike!

Genesis - Mega Drive Action games