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|console = SNES/Sega Mega Drive|image = File:A Bug's Life SNES Title.png|imagewidth = 256x224|caption = SNES Title Screen|sound = Bonkers (SNES sound)}} ''A Bug's Life'' is an unlicensed platformer for the Super Nintendo and the Sega Genesis, based on the Disney/Pixar movie of the same name, made by an unknown developer at an unknown date. (Possibly after May 1999, as that is when the GBC version came out, of which this is a port of.)
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|console = SNES/Sega Mega Drive|image = File:A Bug's Life SNES Title.png|imagewidth = 256x224|caption = SNES Title Screen|sound = Bonkers (SNES sound)}} ''A Bug's Life'' is an unlicensed port of the PlayStation/N64/Game Boy Color/PC game of the same name, made for the Super Nintendo and the Sega Genesis by an unknown developer at an unknown date. (Possibly after May 1999, as that is when the GBC version came out, of which this is a port of.)
   
 
==Overview==
 
==Overview==

Revision as of 06:30, May 18, 2013

A Bug's Life
A Bug's Life SNES Title
SNES Title Screen
Publisher DVS Electronic Co. (SNES)

X-Boy (MD)

Console SNES/Sega Mega Drive
Sound engine Bonkers (SNES sound)
A Bug's Life is an unlicensed port of the PlayStation/N64/Game Boy Color/PC game of the same name, made for the Super Nintendo and the Sega Genesis by an unknown developer at an unknown date. (Possibly after May 1999, as that is when the GBC version came out, of which this is a port of.)

Overview

The game is a port of the Game Boy Color version of the official game which was created by Disney Interactive, THQ and Tiertex Design Studios. The Super Nintendo version has a different intro than the Mega Drive version. There´s some voice acting in the game, Flik (the main character) yells "Nice try!" or "Oh yeah!" when enemies are hit. The Super Nintendo version also lacks the end-of level wave animation.

Flik´s palette in the Ant Island title card is also notable darker in the Genesis version, while he sports his customary purple in the SNES version.

Bubsy SoundFont?

The Genesis version might have used some sounds from "Bubsy in Claws Encounters of the Furred Kind".

Gallery

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