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Wayne's World (Genesis)

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Title Screen

Wayne's World

Developer: Gray Matter
Publisher: T·HQ
Platform: Genesis
Released in US: February 18, 1993

TextIcon.png This game has unused text.

It's Wayne's World on Genesis. It might be good. Shyeah, rright, and monkeys might fly out of my butt.

It is basically exactly the same as the SNES version, but this one has a time limit in each stage. Excellent!(?)

Unused Text

The game contains an unused set of dialogue for the ending, instead of this, the game uses a recap of the "Top 10 Worst Games" list from the first cutscene. The Bugs Bunny part of this text is also unused in the NES version.

But babes aside, I'd like to get a little more serious here and discuss my philosophy of life.
I believe we should all live life like Bugs Bunny. we hould have plenty of carrots, a hole in the ground,...
...and a mailbox with our name written on it, and the freedom to discover our own personal Elmer Fudd.
And when we find that Fudd, we should have the freedom to really bug him.   
I believe the Beatles cam be imposed on any family dynamic: John is the father, Paul is the mother,...
...and Ringo is the child. Oh yeah, and George, ummmm, ah- he's the quiet one.        
My philosophy can be summed up in five words: babes, parties, tunes, and videogames!      
Come to think of it, if I ran the world, I'd make a few changes...     
Being a gimp would be a punishable offence.         
I would redesign the White House to be made entirely of giant Legos.   
I would draft a constitution in which no individual would have the right to hassle another individual.
i.e. giving someone an Indian burn, a hurts donut, or a wedgie.
Oh yeah, and it would be against the law to wear flood pants.
Our motto would be: Babum, partium, tuneum, gameum.