Spot: The Cool Adventure

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Spot: The Cool Adventure
North American cover art
Developer(s)Visual Concepts
Publisher(s)Virgin Games[1]
Platform(s)Game Boy[1]
Genre(s)Platform game[1]

Spot: The Cool Adventure is a 1992 platformer video game developed by Visual Concepts and published by Virgin Games for the Game Boy. It is a port of the NES game, M.C. Kids. This Game Boy version was released outside of Europe, but was localized with the Cool Spot character, as Spot: The Cool Adventure.

The game structure is based on M.C. Kids, although the map screen closely resembles Super Mario Bros. 3. Getting hit causes players to lose health. In addition to avoiding enemies, Spot can either jump or collect blocks that are need to collect hard-to-reach spots and hearts.[2]

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