Oozy the Goo Slime Quest - Atari 2600
Oozy the Goo is the younger member of a family of dungeon slimes. Generation after generation, the dungeon slimes have been used as cannon fodder for low-level adventurers, but that is not the life that Oozy wants to live. He wants to be the hero of the story!
Guide Oozy through a massive maze with three floors, containing 75 rooms, defeat the maze guardian and help Oozy to fulfill his heroic dream.
But it is not an easy task, because Oozy doesn't have a map, and it's easy to get lost. Also, the inhabitants of the maze are not exactly friendly! The maze is filled with perils, traps, and creatures, and the time is running against you!
On top of that, the energy of our slimy hero is being drained as time goes on, and once he runs out of energy, the game is over. But not everything is bad news, because while Oozy has some energy, he can respawn over and over.
During your journeys, you'll find a variety of items that you'll need to succeed in your perilous travels. This includes food (restores energy), keys to open locks (necessary to advance to the next floor), mana orbs (so you can shoot mana balls), fire chili peppers (to destroy ice enemies), and water potions (to destroy water enemies).
Oozy can take three forms, his normal form, a flame form that is strong against ice enemies, and a water form, which is strong against fire enemies. The flame and water forms can be acquired by eating a fire chili pepper or drinking a water portion, respectively.
- 75 Rooms to explore!
- Oozy the Slime can take three forms: Normal, Flame, Water.
- Several different items can be found to help you on your journey.
- If you die, you'll respawn as long as you still have energy remaining!
- Defeat the maze guardian to escape the fiendish maze!
- 32K Game.
Included with Oozy the Goo Slime Quest is the game cartridge, full-color 8-page manual, and a professionally printed box. Oozy the Goo Slime Quest is available in NTSC and PAL60 television formats. Please specify above when ordering or you will receive an NTSC cartridge by default.
|Number of Players||1|
|Artwork and Packaging||Vladimir Zúñiga|