The title duo would later return in , which added light aspects to the series. The magazine also criticized the backgrounds, which caused the main character of Joe to blend into the environment, creating confusion regarding his location. Choose to play as either Joe or Mac, and try to club your way through 12 levels of action. Life was pretty good for these guys until a group of Neanderthals scared all of the women away. Retrieved on April 19, 2019.
No further information has been released as of 2018. Retrieved on August 04, 2012. The objective of the game is to rescue a group of girls who were kidnapped by a rival tribe. I'm afraid this, coupled with the awkward controls, soon saw me adopting a 'couldn't care less' attitude towards the game. In December 1992, a version for the was released.
An arcade sequel titled eschewed the scrolling action of the original games in favor of gameplay similar to another Data East series,. Difficulty-wise, it's paradoxically very hard and very easy. You will have to fight a variety of enemies including pterodactyls. Joe and Mac Description Back in the day when dinosaurs ruled the world, there were two cavemen named Joe and Mac. Also, after defeating the final boss, the players can choose between three exits — each one leading to a slightly different ending sequence.
Joe fights a Tyrannosaurus in the game's first level using the stone wheel. The collision detection is annoying as well, tending to give baddies the benefit of the doubt in any clash of heads. It was later adapted for the , , , , , , , and. It was developed by and published by Data East. The final boss is also different, and there are only two endings. Some of the weapons are missing and can no longer be charged up. A version was developed and published in 1991 by.
In the Western version some bosses have additional green colour on them. They can also throw at them from distance using such weapons as boomerangs, bones, fire, flints, electricity and stone wheels. Finally, in late 1993, another version was developed by Eden Entertainment Software and published by for the and TecToy for the Brazilian Mega Drive in early 1994. Not spectacular, but good nonetheless. The game features a health system by which the player loses health over a period of time, apart from during boss battles.
The objective of the game is to rescue a group of women who were kidnapped by a rival tribe of cavemen. . A two-player mode is available, and in some versions both characters are capable of damaging each other. A version, released in North America and the United Kingdom in April 1993, was developed by Motivetime and was also published by Data East. Both feature variants of the arcade boss.
Controls are responsive, the graphics are good and the sampled sound is excellent, but I couldn't help feeling that in these times of epic Amiga games, this one is just a little too limited. Japanese version In the Japanese version the intro is not told in text form but as a sequence in which a girl is kidnapped. Worse still, everything's so sluggish - the so-called Ninjas amble around like they've been drugged and getting them to do anything quickly pretty essential for a game like this is near-impossible. Joe and Mac appear in a German comic, titled Super Mario: Verloren in der Zeit. The game stars the green-haired Joe and the blue-haired Mac, cavemen who battle through numerous prehistoric levels using weapons such as , , , , , stone , and. If the action becomes too intense, you can have a friend come over and help you out with the two-player simultaneous play. Not as complete or polished as , but still a great platform game.
The final boss is also different and there is only one ending. . . . . .