Ionia was the home of a special room that contained the power of the universe. It would be nice if the game had multiple difficulty levels, but no choice is offered. Surprised by a growing desire to come off the classical page and play from the heart, Kim found freedom to explore different genres of music with Talespin. It's worth checking out, but definitely an acquired taste. Baloo's task is to piece together a map that leads to a treasure. While other videogames seem to be growing larger all the time, with more things to do and more stages to survive, TaleSpin takes a simpler approach. Incidentally, you can move very quickly through this entire stage simply by refusing to fight the underwater creatures that attack you.
Full Version: hahahahaha Spin it! Together these furry fortune hunters travel all over the country in search of the missing pieces of a map that points the way to a fabulous treasure. Whether he is carrying a tune along on his bass at a Talespin show or gracing a canvas with an array of artistic expression, his heart cannot be missed. You'll scuba dive under the Great Simeon Reef, past colorful coral and tropical fish. The first four stages include an aerodrome, an arctic landscape, a jungle with cliffs and rivers, and an underwater grotto. The goal is to pick up bonus points by flying over numbered targets.
But when you're familiar enough with the patterns of your enemies' attacks, the game becomes a simple memory test: you just have to remember when to jump, when to duck and when to throw. Unfortunately, this idea sometimes doesn't work very well. With styles ranging from folk to bluegrass to old-school country, Ken brings an array of musical excellence to the stage to be enjoyed by all. The money comes in handy at the end of each round when you'll land in a hangar to have Wildcat fix you up with armor, rapid shots, and other goodies. The smooth controls make this game, especially since you have to pull some quick moves to survive each round as you soar through the skies and dip down to collect Cargo Boxes and Money Bags. There are crevices to fall into, tottering bridges to cross, and hostile creatures to jump over, duck under, and knock out of the way.
The background music is not bad at all. Spin it Let's begin it Bear 'n grin it When you're in it You can win it In a minute When you spin it, spin it, spin it! You can simply duck under some of the penguins, monkeys, and blowfish. Basically, TaleSpin is a side-scrolling jumping game. Can you bear so much high flyin' fun? The graphics are very good. In TaleSpin, you take command of Baloo the bear whose name, by the way, comes from Rudyard Kipling's. Don Kamage and his not-so-merry band of Pirates want the cargo for themselves, so they hop into their planes and go after Baloo.
Fight your way through a jungle river valley loaded with mischievous monkeys ready to bonk you with coconuts. Her creativity, peaceful presence, and welcoming spirit bring grace to every Talespin performance. It should hold the interest of younger players - the most obvious audience for the game - but may not encourage experienced players to continue to the end. Baloo looks like Baloo, and he's at his most irresistible when you stop and duck - he squats down and wraps his paws over his head. The Bear Necessities Captain Baloo and Kit Cloudkicker, BaJoo's skysledding lil' buddy, are convinced by their friend, Louie the Oran-gatang, to help gather missing pieces of a treasure map to the lost city of Ionia. Just gor Kids Talespin, like the cartoon, is geared towards the younger crowd.
Each piece of the map represents a different area, and at the end of each area is a boss creature that must be defeated. Spin it Let's begin it Bear 'n grin it When you're in it You can win it In a minute When you spin it, spin it, spin it! There's also a bonus stage that's nothing short of spectacular. There's always an army of bad guys in his face, and there are certain areas that are nearly impossible to fight through without sustaining some kind of damage. The first four stages are short a couple of them extremely so , and once you master them, you can whisk through them again quickly. Watch out for the electric eels and manta rays! Disney has been very busy licensing many of it's animations to video game companies. Oh-ee-yeah Tale Spin Oh-ee-yoh Tale Spin Friends for life, through thick and thin With another tale to spin Oh-ee-yeah Tale Spin Oh-ee-yoh Tale Spin All the trouble we get in With another tale to spin Spin it! This long awaited Capcom title sends the two loveable Disney creatures on a high flyin' eight level rescue adventure. Eight-bit Baloo and his sidekicks, Kit Cloudkicker and Molly, have arrived at last.
Oh-ee-yeah Oh-ee-yoh Oh-ee-yeah Oh-ee-yoh Hey! On the other hand, the scenarios that let you control the flight of Baloo's plane are outstanding. Spin it Let's begin it Bear 'n grin it When you're in it You can win it In a minute When you spin it, spin it, spin it! You'll scuba dive under the Great Simeon Reef, past colorful coral and tropical fish. Spin it Let's begin it Bear 'n grin it When you're in it You can win it In a minute When you spin it, spin it, spin it! Oh-ee-yeah Oh-ee-yoh Oh-ee-yeah Oh-ee-yoh Hey! The controls are well-executed, but the lack of additional options may disappoint some experienced gamers. The stiff challenge in this game might send intermediate gamers down in flames, especially since Baloo only has three lives and two continues. Get all of them to find the location of a hidden city containing the powers of the universe. If Baloo defeats the boss, he gets that piece of the map. And if they don't stop you, the infamous Colonel Spigot will, in a snowball fight to the death.
The Bear Necessities Captain Baloo and Kit Cloudkicker, Baloo's sky sledding lil' buddy, are convinced by their friend, Louie the Orangatang, to help gather missing pieces of a treasure map to the lost city of Ionia. He enjoys identifying the natural gifts of his band-mates and helping them develop as musicians, as well as, crafting melodies and sounds into a musical bouquet. And that's it, except for the bonus screen, in which you simply move Baloo from side to side in an attempt to gather points. The idea behind such games is a good one: Rather than create a brand-new hero, such as or , the game designers use a character who's already popular, worrying only about what that character will do. The Tale Spin cast features a lot of appealing characters: Baloo, in particular, has been a favorite of anyone who ever saw Disney's film version of The.