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Fester's Quest (NES) - Addams vs Aliens Showdown - Saturday Afternoon Gaming

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Uncle Fester's 8-bit quest to kill aliens and eat hot dogs! If you liked this video consider supporting the series ► Follow me on Twitter ► Check out the website ► Check out the book ► /redirect?redir_token=OWpRa3CEgaG1WFjBXvLmkDYgfSR8MTUwOTM3MDE3NUAxNTA5MjgzNzc1&v=_BgrSGqEZBY& I'm Gaming Jay: Youtube gamer, let's player, fan of retro games, and determined optimist... Normally I'm working my way through the book 1001 VIDEO GAMES YOU MUST PLAY BEFORE YOU DIE in my Let's Play 1001 Games series. This is a great book with a ton of classic retro games but it doesn't have everything and it's even missing some of my favorite video games. Hence, in Saturday Afternoon Gaming, screw it, I'm just going to play whatever I want! In this series I will be playing some of the best retro games that don't appear in the 1001 VIDEO GAMES YOU MUST PLAY BEFORE YOU DIE book. So pull up a chair, slap on your headphones, and join me as babble aimlessly through some of my most favourite classic games! And hey, if you have ideas or suggestions feel free to leave them in the comments below. I'm always looking for more games to try! Today we play... Fester's Quest from /redirect?redir_token=OWpRa3CEgaG1WFjBXvLmkDYgfSR8MTUwOTM3MDE3NUAxNTA5MjgzNzc1&v=_BgrSGqEZBY& Fester's Quest is a video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System based on the 1960s television series The Addams Family. It was released in 1989 in North America and 1990 in Europe. While enjoying a night of moonbathing, Fester bears witness to an alien invasion and decides to take his blunderbuss and save the city. Along the way, Fester encounters other members of the Addams Family: Thing, Wednesday, Gomez, Morticia, Grandmama, and Pugsley, all of whom help him by giving him different weapons and items. Use of one particular item, the Noose, will summon Lurch to destroy all enemies on the screen. The game uses Blaster Master's overhead shooter engine. Fester must travel through the city sewers to reach areas that are otherwise inaccessible due to aboveground obstacles. He may enter certain buildings, which transform the game from its standard overhead view into a 3D mode of play akin to a dungeon crawl. Five of these buildings each house an enormous Alien Boss character, which upon defeat will supply Fester with a puzzle piece, a picture of the alien's UFO, and refill all of his items. After defeating a boss, Fester will leave the building and be unable to backtrack through it to previously visited areas. Once all five bosses are defeated, Fester must board the UFO and defeat one last boss in order to stave off the invasion. Fester's Quest received mixed reviews, receiving a 56% from Computer and Video Games magazine issue 108.[2] GamesRadar ranked it as the 73rd worst game ever made. The staff criticized its excessive difficulty and lack of comicality.[3] IGN ranked Fester's Quest 45th on its Top 100 NES Games list.[4] Fester's Quest has sold one million copies.

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