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16th Jan '15 7:07:35 PM Mhoram
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Monty Mole (no relation to the ''VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld'' enemy) is the hero of a series of {{Platform Game}}s from British developer Gremlin Graphics. The series began on the UsefulNotes/ZXSpectrum, with the more popular games ported to the {{Commodore 64}} and UsefulNotes/AmstradCPC.

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Monty Mole (no relation to the ''VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld'' enemy) is the hero of a series of {{Platform Game}}s from British developer Gremlin Graphics. The series began on the UsefulNotes/ZXSpectrum, with the more popular games ported to the {{Commodore UsefulNotes/{{Commodore 64}} and UsefulNotes/AmstradCPC.
9th Aug '14 3:49:12 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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Monty Mole (no relation to the ''VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld'' enemy) is the hero of a series of {{Platform Game}}s from British developer Gremlin Graphics. The series began on the UsefulNotes/ZXSpectrum, with the more popular games ported to the {{Commodore 64}} and AmstradCPC.

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Monty Mole (no relation to the ''VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld'' enemy) is the hero of a series of {{Platform Game}}s from British developer Gremlin Graphics. The series began on the UsefulNotes/ZXSpectrum, with the more popular games ported to the {{Commodore 64}} and AmstradCPC.
UsefulNotes/AmstradCPC.
8th Aug '14 7:56:08 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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Monty Mole (no relation to the ''VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld'' enemy) is the hero of a series of {{Platform Game}}s from British developer Gremlin Graphics. The series began on the ZXSpectrum, with the more popular games ported to the {{Commodore 64}} and AmstradCPC.

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Monty Mole (no relation to the ''VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld'' enemy) is the hero of a series of {{Platform Game}}s from British developer Gremlin Graphics. The series began on the ZXSpectrum, UsefulNotes/ZXSpectrum, with the more popular games ported to the {{Commodore 64}} and AmstradCPC.
31st Oct '13 8:08:28 PM Prfnoff
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* ReformulatedGame: A Famicom Disk System version of ''Monty on the Run'' was released in Japan (alternate title: ''Monty no Doki Doki Daisassou''), and is almost completely different: in particular, Monty in this version is not a mole. The PCEngine version of ''Impossamole'' is also very different from the computer version.

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* ReformulatedGame: A Famicom Disk System version of ''Monty on the Run'' was released by Creator/{{Jaleco}} in Japan (alternate title: ''Monty no Doki Doki Daisassou''), and is almost completely different: in particular, Monty in this version is not a mole. The PCEngine version of ''Impossamole'' is also very different from the computer version.
3rd Jul '13 9:35:02 PM wolftickets1969
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* ReformulatedGame: A Famicom Disk System version of ''Monty on the Run'' was released in Japan (alternate title: ''Monty no Doki Doki Daisassou''), and is almost completely different: in particular, Monty in this version is not a mole.

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* ReformulatedGame: A Famicom Disk System version of ''Monty on the Run'' was released in Japan (alternate title: ''Monty no Doki Doki Daisassou''), and is almost completely different: in particular, Monty in this version is not a mole. The PCEngine version of ''Impossamole'' is also very different from the computer version.
8th Apr '13 8:43:52 PM Kinitawowi
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* InventoryManagementPuzzle: Pretty much the whole challenge of ''Auf Wiedersehen Monty''. Items are collected when running into them and only relinquished when used, and your inventory maxes out at four items - you can be stuck holding the wrong thing for a long time if you're not careful (like the football, obtained very early in southeast Spain; but it'll be a while before you get to Turin to use it), and your inventory also includes your air tickets, making it very easy to trap yourself.
8th Apr '13 2:30:54 PM Prfnoff
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One more game was produced, ''Impossamole'' (1990), developed by Core Design for various computers and the TurboGrafx16. Here Monty Mole is transformed by aliens into a caped superhero.

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One more game was produced, ''Impossamole'' (1990), developed by Core Design Creator/CoreDesign for various computers and the TurboGrafx16. Here Monty Mole is transformed by aliens into a caped superhero.
16th Jan '13 8:54:03 AM morenohijazo
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* DroughtLevelOfDoom: In ''Impossamole''[='s=] SlippySlideyIceWorld, you are bound to take alot of unavoidable damage from GoddamnedBats and MalevolentArchitecture, and healing items and powerups are very scarce here.
10th Jan '13 10:42:29 AM Xifihas
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* NintendoHard: To the point where even with infinite lives you will likely give up in frustration.

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* NintendoHard: To the point where even with infinite lives you will likely give up in frustration.Very much so. Tricky jumps + oddly timed traps + fast moving enemies X OneHitpointWonder = Frustration.
10th Jan '13 10:39:11 AM Xifihas
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* NintendoHard: To the point where even with infinite lives you will likely give up in frustration.
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