When he morphs into a ninja, you better duck! Play as Maui. Play as the Ninja. Play as Maui. Play as the Ninja. Try not to get dizzy. Find the missing Shabuhm Shabuhm idol before your island paradise goes kaboom kaboom! 40 hours of intense gameplay. So pack plenty of attitude. And your bug gun. Come beak to beak with MudDrakes, Rotting Pirates, Duck Zombies, Amazon Warriors. And a bunch of fowl-tempered hangers-on. Laugh in the face of danger from the top of a volcano, the bottom of the sea, the Realm of the Dead, and Ninja Training Grounds. Then get the heck out! Live every level like it's your last - 'cuz it may be!
Play as Maui. Play as the Ninja. Find the missing Shabuhm Shabuhm idol before your island paradise goes kaboom kaboom. 40 hours of intense gameplay. So pack plenty of attitude. And your bug gun. Come beak to beak with MudDrakes Rotting Pirates Duck Zombies Amazon Warriors. And a bunch of fowl-tempered hangers on. Laugh in the face of danger from the top of a volcano the bottom of the sea the Realm of the Dead and Ninja Training Grounds. Then get the heck out. Live every level like it's your last. 'Cuz it may be.
The SNES version of this game is fairly easier and a bit shorter then the PC version, but its still a blast! I got it for my friend and she really likes how dark and creepy this is for a Disney game. Must try this out!
awesome!! thank you!!
I got this game as part of a Christmas present for someone and he absolutely loves it as much as he did when he was younger. Fast shipping also!
I use to play this the PC and after I read the costumer review for the PC version saying to get the Super Nintendo Version instead. Which I did!! I would reccomend this game to you.
Maui Mallard in Cold Shadow came out later on in the SNES life cycle and it is just one of many reasons why people didn't pay attention to this forgotten and overlooked gem. In 1996, it was released on the SNES and other platforms and in a sea of side scroller games, your game had to be different enough to make an impression. This was one of the best games of its kind and it's a shame it didn't sell as much as it could have.
Cold Shadow is one of those hidden gems in the Super Nintendo gallery that often goes overlooked. It features a superb platforming experience with an entertaining blend of run and gun fun to more complicated reflex based combat. Like most platformers, it doesn't possess an inspiring story or logical adventure, but mainly delivers what it promises, a splendid, amusing and nostalgic quest through vibrant and zany 16-bit worlds. I highly recommend Cold Shadow for anyone who's looking to rekindle that fire of the 2D platformer glory days.
it's been a long time since i've played this game but what i can tell you is that it's one of the best games i played on the snes. made me late for school a few times hehehe
This may sound petty but I was not happy when I received the game. In the picture there is the booklets and box. But this came just the game on bubble wrap. Not the end of the world I just dont like being mis led. The game itself is awesome. I love it plays well and is fun. I did take it apart to check it for athletic Nintendo circuit board and it looks like a real game not a remake so other than the box and booklets it is awesome.
This was one of my favorite SNES games way back when it got released. It's challenging but not hard enough to refuse ever playing it again and throw it out the window. The only "flaw" in the game is if like me at first, you were expecting to play a ninja all through it. But after you get used to play Maui Mallard as his quirky P.I. self at the beginning(which does take a fair bit since the controls are quite hectic), you get to appreciate the rewarding feeling of being able to switch to your ninja alter ego once you get to the exotic hawaiian ninja training grounds(level 2), which i found original and refreshing, having it differ from the average feudal Japan setting. The controls also get better after you get the ability to go ninja style. It's not that long of a game but it's fun and rewarding enough to want to own it and play it all over again at a later date. I would put it in the same fun pile as some of my other favorites such as Earthworm Jim and Boogerman. It's VERY Disney influenced since DUH, it was made by them, but it's not merely another Donald Duck/Duck Tales type of story where it caters more to children. I'd say it's fun for the whole family as much as Darkwing Duck was on tv. In fact, i think i would've actually prefered a Cold Shadow tv series over DWD.
Really fun Disney game on the SNES.