- Awesome Music: The whole soundtrack is just amazing. Some of the best tracks are Mr. Spider Attacks and Woody Land 3 & 4.
- Uncanny Valley: The characters in this game are very detailed, which can lead to this effect with some characters:
- Ogroum Papas (the giant) is the worst offender, due to his semirealistic details not matching up with his distorted features. That contorted angry face does not belong on a human-like character. It gets even worse when he uses his bouncing eyeball attack.
- Little Clown. Of course. His eyes note and mouth are gaping holes, making his face look like a hollow mask. As if that wasn't bad enough, he's a Perpetual Smiler. Not even being defeated is enough to stop him from being creepy - when he is defeated, he pauses for a second, as if unsure what to do. He then falls over on his side - but his sprite doesn't change at all, making the motion like very unnatural. And yes, he's still smiling when he does this.
- Later re-releases would tone down Little Clown's unnerving demeanor. The Genesis version adds a defeat animation and lightens up the boss arena. The GBA version completely redesigns his face to be more menacing and less creepy; its depressing boss music also changed to an action theme.
- Mr. Blizzard is without a doubt the ugliest Yeti in history. He looks like ET The Extraterrestrial covered in fur, and on steroids. Like Little Clown, he too has a weird smile plastered to his face.
- What Do You Mean, It Wasn't Made on Drugs?: The game's bizarre bosses have sparked many a "What drugs were the developers on?" comment from those who play or watch it.
YMMV / Mr. Nutz