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Post by Eorl @ 03:06pm 18/12/14 | 6 Comments
The Simpsons has reached record breaking television air time, and it isn't showing any signs of slowing down. Having celebrated their 25th anniversary this year, our Throwback Thursday expert Kosta Andreadis thought it would be a good time to check back with one of their more classic entries into the gaming world, The Simpsons: Bart vs. the Space Mutant.
Bart vs. the Space Mutants is a licensed video game in the worst sense of the term. Something strictly for fans and something that will only become a worthy experience if you’re willing to overlook its shortcomings and spend an inordinate amount of time making small, incremental, and frustrating, progress.
Click here for our Throwback Thursday "The Simpsons: Bart vs. the Space Mutants" edition.

And if you have any requests for this new weekly column; games or genres you want explored, throw your two-cents in the Comments section.

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Latest Comments
Posted 10:07pm 18/12/14
This game was the tits years ago
Posted 11:16pm 18/12/14
This game was great. That NES version looks like arse compared to the Amiga version I had.


Posted 12:15pm 19/12/14
Indeed it does.... but it was the first version, plus the one I originally played.... there was also a DOS version and many others
Posted 12:21pm 19/12/14
The Amiga version came out the same time.
Posted 01:15pm 19/12/14
oh man thanks for doing this one, i almost forgot about this game.
Remember when my older sister used to hang at the local arcade thats long gone, they had this game, then i later got it on PC.
Posted 01:32pm 19/12/14
Right you are Audi.
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