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KID KLOWN NO CRAZY CHAZE
( Kid Clown In Crazy Chase )
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キッドクラウンのクレイジーチェイス
©1994 Kemco
TONG KING SHOW
Release: 1994-10-21 (¥8800)
Cartridge SHVC-ZI
Action game

American Version
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Released in America as
KID KLOWN IN CRAZY CHASE
( SNS-ZI-USA )

European Version
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Released in Europe as
KID KLOWN IN CRAZY CHASE
( SNSP-ZI-XXX )
Kid Klown no Crazy Chase is an cute isometric action game by Kemco. The princess of the Klown Kingdom has been kidnaped by the evil Blackjack and it is a young clown given duty to bring her back. However, despite this interesting background story, the goal of the game is to run down a hill and to stop a bomb before it blows up. And to do so, our hero has the crazy mission to stop the really long fuse from lighting the bomb. Kid Klown can move sideways and the up/down buttons are used to change his speed - this obviously implies that our friend can't run backwards and backtrack his steps. Stages are of course full of hazards and Blackjack won't leave our clown friend alone for a second. The game requires a lot more than jumping over obstacles (such as small bushes, puddles, spikes and banana peels) - Kid Klown also has to dodge cars, logs, giant axes and boulders thrown at him. Floating balloons are also scattered around each stage and must be jumped at to free playing cards, coins and various other items hidden inside. If Kid Clown fails to find four different cards (Hearts, Spades, Diamonds and Clubs), he has to go back to the beginning of the stage and try again - thankfully, any already collected card stays in his equipment. The game also counts few hidden bonus stages and two mini games where all the accumulated coins scattered around the game can be used to buy lives and continues.
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screen shot Kid Klown had a surprisingly long career and was the hero of numerous exploits. The first game released by Kemco and featuring a clown-like character seems to be Kid Klown in Night Mayor World (Famicom, 1993). However, this title shares little in common with our bomb extinguisher. A sequel to the Super Famicom game later came out as Kid Klown in Crazy Chase 2: Love Love Hani Sōdatsusen (Playstation, 1996). A puzzle game followed as Kid Klown no Krazy Puzzle (Playstation, 1997) (aka The Bombing Island in the west). Finally, the original Super Famicom game was re-released (and completely remixed with several brand new stages) as Crazy Chase (GameBoyAdvance, 2002).


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Kid Klown no Crazy Chase is a fun and unusual game. But be warned, all the action follows a 3/4 diagonal line and controls can be a bit awkward (and unresponsive) at first. Patience will the get you through this and the game will slowly reveal itself. Kid Klown is full of surprises and the game displays some greatly detailed animations and beautifully drawn graphics. However, the game can become rapidly unfair. Kid Klown can't walk backwards and this can be a pain, especially when you have to collect four cards to carry on your journey. Despite these flaws, Kid Klown no Crazy Chase is a fun and cute little game.




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