Chester Cheetah: Wild Wild Quest

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Chester Cheetah: Wild Wild Quest
Chester Cheetah - Wild Wild Quest Coverart.png
Cover art (Genesis)
Developer(s) Kaneko
Publisher(s) Kaneko
Platform(s) Super NES, Mega Drive/Genesis
Release 1993 (Genesis)
March, 1994 (SNES)
Genre(s) Platform
Mode(s) Single player

Chester Cheetah: Wild Wild Quest is a 1993 video game that starred Cheetos mascot Chester Cheetah. It is the sequel to Chester Cheetah: Too Cool to Fool. The game is designed much like Super Mario World in which the player navigates through levels in a map, and the game is also a platformer.

Players must explore the entire United States looking for 10 pieces of a map to Hip City, USA avoiding or defeating enemies. Levels include a ship, in front of a castle, under the sea, and inside the city. Each level comes with a time limit and each hit results in an "instant death" situation unless the Cheetos snacks have been consumed. The main adversary in the game is Mean Eugene; Chester's main adversary in the commercials.

Each level comes with a boss at the end and losing the game gives the players a limited number of continues. Both the Genesis and the Super NES versions of the game come with an option mode that allows players to alter their controls.

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