Underrated Games

Cheesyben

published on July 20, 2020

Description

Some games that I like which are obscure or less talked about than others.


SpongeBob SquarePants: Employee of the Month

A point and click adventure game starring SpongeBob where you go around different locations with some of them being from the show however others are unique to the game. The game is fairly simple to help younger audiences to understand but still has something for the older audience along with hidden tapes in each chapter.

Beavis and Butt-head (1994)

A beat-em-up game where you play as the characters from the show. The controls are good and responsive and it also is a challenging game.

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Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion XL

A Super Smash Bros clone featuring characters from various CN shows from 2011 and earlier (e.g Chowder, Samurai Jack, Captain Planet) and going around various locations also from the show. The story mode is the best part of the game with it being a Subspace Emissary style of story mode however there are actual locations from the shows and actual locations from the games.

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Trauma Center: New Blood

A surgery simulator game where you take control of one of two doctors and save as many patients as possible.

10 Second Ninja X

A short game where you play as a ninja and try to get the best time possible in each of the levels.

Codename: Kids Next Door - Operation: V.I.D.E.O.G.A.M.E.

An action platformer game based on the Cartoon Network series of the same name.

Disney's Donald Duck: Goin' Quackers

A platformer game starring Disney's Donald Duck character which is similar in style to the Crash Bandicoot series of games.

Disney's Darkwing Duck (Capcom)

A platformer game based on the Disney cartoon of the same name where you shoot enemys and grab on to objects to scale higher.

Disney/Pixar Monsters, Inc.: Scream Team

A platformer game based on the Pixar movie of the same name where you play as either Mike or Sully and try to scare the robots to try and defeat Randall in slide races to graduate from the training program.

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DLC Quest

A parody platformer game where you have to buy 'DLC' to do the majority of things in the game including jumping, attacking and going left. The game luckily doesn't require actual money to complete and only the money which you find in the game.

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DLC Quest: Live Freemium or Die

A sequel to the original which essentially follows from the first game and is still really fun.

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Driver: San Francisco

A driving game where while you are driving, you take can take control of another vehicle to try and complete each objective. Unfortunately the game has been delisted however physical copies of the game for the Wii, Xbox 360 and PS3 still exist.

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Epic Dumpster Bear

A platformer game where you take control of a bear and collect fish while trying to take back your home. The game was created using mostly store-bought assets but it adds to the experience.

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Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures

A point and click game starring the characters from the Aardman shorts of the same name. The game is comedic and fun to try and figure out what to do. Unfortunately, much like Driver San Francisco the game has been delisted however physical copies of the game for the PC still exist.

Fat Princess

An online game where you take control of a worker, (e.g a knight or mage) and try to take back the princess from the other castle.

Toy Story 3

An adventure platforming game where you play as the characters from the movie and play a few open world levels and have an open world hub to do anything inside of and customise.


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