The Final Word game review
Woody Pop is a new breakout-style game for the Sega Game Gear. Break through wooden blocks, little trains, toy soliders, and other adorable obstacles in this action/puzzle title.
Not too much to say--Breakout on the Game Gear. Some cutesy touches, but nothing exciting or new.
I have played so many versions of this game that I find nothing very exciting and new that hasn't been done to this game before. I'm sorry, nothing new here Sega.
Just as Pac-Man had its millions of clones, Breakout, too, is a favorite theme in games even today. Basically, Woody Pop is a game for those of you looking for an Arkanoid style Breakout game on your Game Gear. Graphics are O.K., and personally I wasn't too excited with the sound. Expect nothing new here.
A not-too-new twist on a certifiably old theme, this title was less than invigorating. Woody Pop is Breakout gone cute. I won't completely write this game off simply because I'm sure there are some people out there who may appreciate it. As for myself, little trains, wind-up soldiers, and wooden blocks just aren't my speed...
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Originally appeared Vol 1, Iss 3 (08-09/92)