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ColecoVision - Smurf: Rescue in Gargamel's Castle (PAL) complete

€22.50

Used game for the ColecoVision game console. 

PAL version.

In-game language is English. Box text in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian. Instruction booklet is in English, German, Swedish, Finnish, Danish and Norwegian. 

Tested, works. Cartridge in near mint condition. Instruction booklet in very good condition. Box in good to very good condition, it still has its opened seal around it. Please refer to pictures for details of condition and contents. 

 

Genre: 2D platform 

Number of players: 1-2 

Product code  CC244301, 4L1937

Smurf: Rescue in Gargamel's Castle is a 1982 video game published and developed by Coleco for the ColecoVision and Atari 2600. The game is based on the television series The Smurfs. In the game, the player must brave a series of obstacles to rescue Smurfette from Gargamel's castle.

Gameplay

Gargamel has kidnapped Smurfette. As a Smurf, the player has to walk from the Smurf village through a forest and a cave on the way to Gargamel's castle, where Smurfette awaits rescue. The player has an energy bar that slowly depletes over time.

Each side-scrolling screen presents various obstacles that the player must precisely jump over (e.g. fences, stalagmites) or land upon (e.g. ledges). Failure to execute any jump results in instant death. Higher difficulty levels introduce flying bats and spiders that the player must also avoid.

The ColecoVision version of Smurf: Rescue in Gargamel's Castle contains Easter eggs - initials may appear onscreen when moving between screens, and the player will receive hundreds of thousands of points, when moving between two forest screens.

Two of the background music tracks are Simple Gifts and the first movement of Ludwig Van Beethoven's 6th Symphony, the "Pastoral".

Source: Wikipedia