"Based on the successful cartoon “Beavis and Butthead”, the game is very faithful to the series."
Beavis and ButtHead is a solidly crafted hop-n-bop adventure with moderate challenge but a diluted version of B&B's trademark puberty-propelled personality. In their quest for admission to a GWAR concert, the boys nudge along in straightforward but uninspired game play. The controls keep the game crisp, but B&B are limited to basic jumps and nonviolent freakoid firepower like paint guns.
ProTip: Some obstacles require teamwork. Use the Leg Thnm (press Button A).
The graphics and sounds are cartoon simple. The flat, slightly grungy graphics are B&B perfect, but the guys would trash the jumpy rock tunes.
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Beavis and Butt-Head don't suck, but it doesn't rule either. This game's strictly a thumb massage... but if saying "massage" makes you giggle; you're Beavis and Butt-Head material.
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America’s favorite morons make their way the Sega Genesis in MTV’S Beavis and Butt-Head. You’ve got to help the mentally deficient duo score tickets to a GWAR concert, but the boys don’t have any cash to buy tickets.
Beavis and Butt-head finally saved enough money toiling at Burger World to purchase GWAR tickets. As they held them majestically in the air, Anderson's poodle suddenly leaped up and swallowed them. The boys chased after the dog until it finally spit them out on Anderson's lawn--while he was mowing it! Now it's up to you to help Beavis and Butt-head find the shredded ticket pieces in order to see GWAR. Switch between characters at any time or grab a friend and explore together.
Travel through six locations in your adventure, including Burger World, the Drive-In, Highland High School, the Hospital, the Street, and the Turbo Mall 2000. Find useful objects to sell for cash, which will allow you access into certain areas, or use them to solve various puzzles throughout the game. Watch out! Whenever Beavis or Butt-head gets hurt, their "attention span" meter will get shorter. If it completely disappears, it's back to the living room and all of your items and pieces will be lost. As Beavis would say, "That sucks!"
Each level requires you, as Beavis or Butt-Head (or both if you’re playing with a friend), to avoid enemies and solve puzzles. Once you reach the end of the game, prepare to square off against the members of GWAR themselves in a showdown of epic proportions.
Based on the successful cartoon “Beavis and Butthead”, the game is very faithful to the series.
Beavis and Butt-Head features:
- Features America’s favorite slackers, Beavis and Butt-Head
- Four levels of action
- The music of GWAR
- Several characters from the popular animated TV show
- One- or two-player capabilities
Feel crazy and a little dangerous. Try your skills at the Beavis and Butt-Head video game, based on the MTV animated series. In this action packed game, help Beavis and Butt-Head find the pieces of their shredded and scattered tickets to a GWAR concert. With music by GWAR, America’s favorite slackers are trying to get into the concert; however, they have no money to get the tickets. With their idiotic scheme set in place, the duo decide that they can get into the concert for free by taking pictures of themselves doing outrageous and dangerous, yet, cool things. As America’s favorite morons, you will guide them through four different levels, try to avoid enemies, and solve complex puzzles. In the end, square off against the members of GWAR. Released from 1994-1999 by Realtime Associates and Viacom New Media, this one to two player, teen game is compatible with SNES, Game Gear, Sega Mega Drive, and Game Boy platforms. So, take a step into the wild gaming world of Beavis and Butt-Head.