The game is played from an isometric perspective. When more accurate information or covers are obtained, the entry will be updated adding the missing information. This doesn't seem to work while riding the mine cart. The main levels are a pirate movie, an adventure movie, and a horror movie, but there are many other bonus films to unlock. There are others that will work better or worse for your particular hardware. In this, his newest and coolest adventure, Spot takes a multi-level frolic through Hollywood's greatest film genres.
Press Start to play, or press C to exit. This game has debugging material. We provide you with one working set-up so that you may get the game up and running, hassle-free. Maybe the prequel exists in one of their earlier games? Checksums The game contains two checksum checks similar to the ones in , another game by the same developer. This loads a slot machine mini-game using portraits of the programmers.
We couldn't find some of the information and covers for this game. Spot Goes to Hollywood, the sequel to , is an isometric platforming game. Manufacturer's description: Spot goes to Hollywood is his most cinematic extravaganza to date! Source: Assuming the debug menu uses the same font and palette as the checksum screen as is the case with , it would look something like this: Action Replay codes 2B2512:0001 + 2C378C:D7E4 were used to produce this screenshot at bootup. A Sega Saturn and Sony PlayStation version was later released, featuring different levels but similar gameplay to the original version. You will lose the ability to pause the game. You will find instructions on how to proceed. As he jumps from film to film, he encounters many classic film genres that make up all the different levels of the game.
The player controls Spot, once the mascot for the 7 Up soft drink, as he travels to various places trying to free his friends. As you control spot, you have to collect 5 Hollywood stars per level to unlock hidden areas and ultimately complete the game 100%. It utilizes an isometric graphics system to provide a pseudo-3D playing experience. A Sega Saturn and PlayStation version was later released, featuring different levels but similar gameplay to the original version. No, nothing special happens if you win. This game has hidden development-related text.
It utilizes an isometric graphics system to provide a pseudo-3D playing experience. . The mine cart accelerates on flat terrain and has a higher top speed. Spot has somehow become trapped in a movie projector. .
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