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I am very thankful I had enough money to purchase the Namco Museum Collection 1 cartridge on the Evercade system. One of the reasons I am thankful is because of the retro video game Mappy that is on that compilation cartridge. I really enjoyed playing Mappy. Which obviously showed when I was live streaming it. Did you notice that in the live stream? If you missed it then you can check it out in our video section. I hope to be able to port that video to our other video sites in the future.

We play as a mouse in a house in Mappy. There are multiple floors and there are springs at the bottom of the screen. We bounce on the springs to get to higher floors. Do not bounce forever on those springs in Mappy because they will go away. We must avoid these characters trying to catch us in Mappy. We are also going around the floors to collect the items. Once the items are collected we move onto another house and do it all over again. Except everything gets harder.

For an 8-bit video game Mappy looks pretty good. Mappy also sounds really good too. I really enjoyed the music in this classic action adventure video game. The whole concept of what we do is fantastic in Mappy. The controls work well and I had no problems figuring out what to do in Mappy and how to do it.

I had a lot of fun playing Mappy. This video game shows that some simple ideas can be expanded into a wonderful video game play experience. The doors are the biggest pain for me in Mappy. I love how we can go right by enemy characters while jumping on the springs. The same is not true for when we are walking around on the floors in Mappy. I learned to avoid the enemies on the floors.

The bonus levels are pretty cool in Mappy too. I was able to progress quite well in Mappy. The more I played Mappy the better I got at it. If you are into retro video games then Mappy is something you should check out. We collect treasures and avoid being touched. I hope to see more games like Mappy in the future. I would also love to see some modern day sequels to this game.
- Paul


Graphics: 80%
Sounds: 85%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 75%

System: Evercade/NES
Publisher: Namco
Developer: Namco
Rating: ‘NR’ for Not Rated

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