Tempo (video game)
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The animated backgrounds and imagery is similar to the Rayman games by Ubisoft. The game uses hand-drawn graphics for the backgrounds and sprites. In part because it was released on the failed 32X add-on, it failed to find an audience. Sega nonetheless tried again with two sequels: Tempo Jr. in 1995 for the Master System and Game Gear, and Super Tempo in 1998 for the Sega Saturn. Both likewise failed to find an audience.
On release, Famicom Tsūshin scored the game a 30 out of 40. Though they commented on the lack of originality in the gameplay, GamePro concluded that Tempo's "dazzling" background graphics, rich soundtrack, and extremely low difficulty make it "a perfect game for novices."
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