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Monster Business
Publisher: Eclipse     Developer: Unknown
Year of release: 1991

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Genres : Action / Platform

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# 28 - Nov 91

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ichichich75 wrote ...2007-05-14 15:10:09
Really a lovely platformer! Good gameplay, lots of fun, cute music... highly recommended!
SaTcom2 wrote ...2004-04-06 23:36:40
OK fine I'll comment then. AWESOME! Since Dig Dug was my favorite game in the arcade days obviously i had to check this out and let me tell you, if you like Bubble Bobble and Dig Dug then imagine the best of both games combined into one? And more creative graphics than either game...that's Monster Business. I liked it so much I tracked down an original to have for my collection! PLAY THIS NOW!
Craig Morris wrote ...2003-12-15 04:41:20
Correct me if i'm wrong was this game developed by members of the democrew "Hotline"?
David Vaughan wrote ...2003-10-27 02:30:34
Monster Business can be found on Automation compact disk 504, Zuul compact disk 153, Fuzion compact disk 76 and Awesome compact disk 6.
guy ross wrote ...2003-10-06 18:09:42
I'm back again - still no comments. does this not work on your emulators or something?.. come on people!
guy ross wrote ...2003-05-04 15:18:23
did no-one else have this game?!? I imagine you people don't know how much fun can be had from watching an inflated, bemused ape bob gently around the screen waiting to be pushed by you into an unsuspecting chicken... eh?... EH!? and, no, I don't have an inflating fetish. PLAY THIS GAME!
guy ross wrote ...2002-01-06 14:19:30
There isn't much in life that's more enjoyable than inflating animals (only kidding) - It was a single screen platformer, yes!.. but it was fun to play, good movement your character, no dodgey collision detaction, plus you got to inflate animals! :)