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Dinosaurs came in the night and stole the food from the village. Our quest is to go out there and collect enough bones to buy more food. We will also find food in some of the levels while we play Prehistorik Man. This Super NES video game has been emulated quite well on the Evercade system. Prehistorik Man is on the Interplay Collection 2. I am very thankful I had the money to purchase this Evercade cartridge. I even did a video of Prehistorik Man which can be found on our website. There was an audio glitch and the audio was lost. We are now checking for this error because it never happened before.

The issues families will have with Prehistorik Man is violence, lack of attire, enticement to lust, and more. Our character is a caveman fighting all kinds of different animals. We must defeat them to get through the levels. Technically you could try to avoid them but will take quite a few hits that way. The animals respawn quite often in Prehistorik Man. This video game is a 2D side scrolling action adventure platformer. There are plenty of jumps the player must make. We can even sprint to make longer jumps. There are a variety of weapons the player can utilize in Prehistorik Man.

I noticed a variety of cheap hits in Prehistorik Man. The more I played Prehistorik Man the more I expected something to be in my way around every single corner. Thankfully some of them show us the way like through tunnels in later levels. Prehistorik Man can be extremely frustrating and aggravating. If you like to parkour then you might like Prehistorik Man. There are some decent animations in this 16-bit video game. The music is pleasant to listen to as well. Some of the sounds remind me of Banjo and Kazooie. The interesting thing is Prehistorik Man came out first.

Only one player can play Prehistorik Man at a time. For me Prehistorik Man is a bit of history that I do not remember. Maybe I played Prehistorik Man back in the day. Prehistorik Man did not leave an impression on me if I did play it. It is more likely that I passed on Prehistorik Man. There were numerous caveman video games from that time era. Very few of them stuck out to me. Prehistorik Man is another example of all these video game companies trying to follow the herd instead of invent their own really cool and great idea for a franchise. I doubt many thought of franchise longevity back then.

If you like challenging 2D platformers then check out Prehistorik Man. If you enjoy seeing what games were like in the past then you could also check out Prehistorik Man. I found some fun aspects in this game. The speed of Prehistorik Man is much faster than I was expecting. Those animals can move fast. Be sure you are constantly on your guard and ready to attack of dodge in Prehistorik Man. I like being able to help out the village. I am not a fan of getting revenge on the dinosaurs. Why didn't they protect their food storage in Prehistorik Man?
- Paul


Graphics: 65%
Sound: 70%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 65%
Family Friendly Factor: 65%

System: Evercade/Super NES
Publisher: Titus
Developer: Titus
Rating: ‘NR for Not Rated

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