M & M’s Mini Madness

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M & M's Mini Madness

FEATURED M & M’s Mini Madness

  • four characters
  • each character has unique abilties
  • freely switch between characters
  • 12 levels
  • save the M&M’s factory

The Minis have escaped and are wreaking havoc on the M&M factory. It is up to four intrepid heroes Red, Green, Yellow, and Blue to capture the Minis and return the factory to normal. You must choose the appropriate character for each situation the heroes encounter, as they each have a special skill. Blue can swim, Green has a deadly kiss attack, Yellow can bounce high into the air, and Red can use a spin attack to destroy enemies. If you encounter an area the current character is not able to get past, you can switch to another characters with the select button. Learning how and when to use these abilities is key to conquering all 12 levels in the game. So play M&M MINI MADNESS and try to save the factory before the Minis destroy it.

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  1. 12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Another generic platform game, May 5, 2001
    By A Customer
    This review is from: M & M’s Mini Madness (Video Game)

    Am I the only one sick of these character 2 dimensional platform games? Just because Majesco (the publisher of the game, who has published other mediocore games such as Ultimate Paintball) slaped a M&M’s liscesne on this game doesn’t mean that the game is great. This game is as plain as you can get with get from point A to point B gameplay with average graphics. It’s tedious and boring as well. If you want a good platform game get Mario Brothers Deluxe or the excellent Rayaman game.

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  2. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    My 6-year-old loves it, August 18, 2001
    By A Customer
    This review is from: M & M’s Mini Madness (Video Game)

    This is a good introductory game for younger GameBoy-ers. My six-year-old plays it nearly every day. He doesn’t really care how the graphics look; he’s more interested in making it through each level to the next one. As he gets better at playing he advances to more levels and really feels as though he has accomplished something. Best of all, the violence level is very minimal.

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  3. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A great game, November 4, 2001
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    This review is from: M & M’s Mini Madness (Video Game)

    This game is fun for a 7 year old like me. My 3 year old sister has made it to level 4. Each M & M has special powers that come in handy on different worlds. You can switch which M&M you are using to advance. One world has water and only one M&M can survive. It is lots of fun.

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