Batman: The Animated Series (video game)
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|Batman: The Animated Series|
Batman: The Animated Series is a side-scrolling action game by Konami released for the Game Boy in 1993 based on the TV series of the same title. A Super NES version was also planned, but the game was ultimately released under the title The Adventures of Batman & Robin due to the show undergoing a title change between seasons.
The game is an action-adventure platformer. The player can switch between Batman or Robin to gain access to character-specific abilities. Batman uses a grappling hook to scale heights, Robin walks across ceilings, and both characters can perform wall jumps.
Most major villains from the TV series appear as bosses:
Other supporting characters from the series appear briefly in cut-scenes:
- Alfred Pennyworth
- Summer Gleeson
- Commissioner Gordon
- Harvey Dent, who has not yet become Two Face
- Harvey Bullock is not seen, but he has dialogue
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