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Plok Review
August 10, 2013
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Masamune

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Plok looks as strange as they come, but he has a heart of gold. Plok had the bad luck of coming out in the era of the mascots; where everytime you turned your head, a new mascot came into the fray attempting to capitalize on Mario’s & Sonic’s success.

Unfortunately, not many people probably heard of him. Check out this review and learn a little about Plok.

August 12, 2013
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Plok reminds me of SNES childhood. Back then I didn’t have that many games but this was one of them. I remember that brilliant opening harmonica music on the title screen – timeless stuff from the great Tim Follin.

August 12, 2013
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It seems the creators of Plok are trying to give their creation a new lease on life with a comic strip:

http://www.zee-3.com/plok/inde…..?comic=721

Maybe we can look forward to a new game in the future?

August 12, 2013
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How interesting, thanks for posting that link. I was just reading about the SNES game in the softography section

“An original SNES platform game developed at Software Creations, which was a reworking of our abandoned Fleapit coin-op.

The game was very well received, and a minor hit in Europe, but didn’t manage to become a big hit in the US, where it really mattered.”

Pah! Isn’t that always the way? What were you guys doing, playing Captain Novolin!? laugh

August 13, 2013
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Pah! Isn’t that always the way? What were you guys doing, playing Captain Novolin!? laugh

Nah, I was still wearing out Mega Man classic and Mario Twins on NES. Even in those days, I was retro.

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