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Published by:
GT Interactive, Inc.

Game Genre:
Sports Simulation

Game Cheats:
Are Available

Requirements:
Pentium 133, 16 Megs RAM, 4X CD-ROM,
16-bit Sound Board, Mouse, 2mb SVGA.

Retail Price:
$29.95
Our Ratings:
Features

Graphics

Sound FX

Gameplay

Overall

Screenshots:
B & B: Bunghole In One


Game Review - by StormDaemon
Beavis and Butthead are at in again in a miniature golf misadventure that has them putting their balls in holes with their clubs. Through 18 holes that all involve parts of the t.v. shows, you and possibly 3 other people can put their way to golf mastery.

Features:
Bunghole In One is a very simple game with few features, but in a miniature golf game, who needs a lot of useless options? The biggest feature is the ability to choose between playing as Beavis, Butthead, Tom Anderson, Mr. Van Driessen, Todd, or Principal McVicker. While playing, you'll experience the wonderful thoughts and sayings of all the characters with the real voices from the t.v. show.

Gameplay:
The game plays like any miniature golf game would play, with difficult and zany holes that use all sorts of hill, jumps, and objects to make the game fun. The only thing involved in playing, other than picking a character, is clicking on the ball and dragging a line back to indicate the amount of force involved in the putt, which allows for easy playability.

The holes themselves were not easy at all, some required a lot of precise putting in order to complete them and move on. They had everything imaginable including jumps, pits, lakes, swinging magnets, opening and closing doors, graveyards, blow holes, and even train sets. Not only are the holes challenging and creative, they are also a lot of fun.

Graphics:
The graphics were drawn and created by Mike Judge, the man who created Beavis and Butthead, so they are just like watching the t.v. show. Each hole was inspired by a specific set or idea from the show and reflects it with accurate graphics that are full of cartoonish quality. Anyone who loves to watch the show will not be dissapointed.

Sound FX:
From all the wondefully stupid comment of Beavis and Butthead to the sound of the holes, the sound effects of the game are a lot of fun. Whenever you make a mistake or if you are taking too long, someone will have something smart to say, and your character will certainly reply back. For each hole there is always some kind of background sound relating to the theme of the hole, for instance, in the Principal's office, there is the sound of papers rustling. All sounds and voices were done by the people who made the show and sound very good.

Overall:
This was a fun, but limited game overall. While the graphics and sounds were nice because they were from the show, the game does get old after a while because the holes don't change and there is nothing more to do than go through all 18 holes. The bottom line is that its a cute game, but it is pretty narrow.


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