Frantic Flea (Nintendo SNES, 1996)
|Frantic Flea is a Super Nintendo Entertainment System video game that was released in April 1996. The player takes control of a flea warrior out to protect his Flea World from an evil race of bugs called the Insideos who are enslaving his friends and family.
This video game is a side-scroller with six different levels, where the player explores each stage, freeing fellow captive fleas and utilizing weapons and devices to aid in their missions. These weapons include the Hoverpod, which enables flight, and the Stikko, which can give the player the ability to climb walls.
Andy Whitehurt, creative director of Häus Teknikka, described the team's approach to the graphics: "What we were trying to show is that despite 16-bit graphical limitations you can actually make a video game look like a cartoon. We wanted FF to look like a '50s or '60s Warner Bros. cartoon and to have the same zany feel, almost Dr. Seuss-like which nobody has tried before in a video game."
|Platform||Super Nintendo Entertainment System|
|Number of Players||1|
|ESRB Rating||K-A - Kids to Adults|
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