Dr. Seuss: Green Eggs And Ham
Dr. Seuss: Green Eggs And Ham is a 2003 Game Boy Advance game that was developed by Handheld Games and published by NewKidCo on November 17, 2003. This game is based on one of Dr. Seuss's best-selling books.
Why It Sucks
- First and foremost, the music in this game sounds unnatural and bizarre. And to add insult to injury, you're mostly going to be treated to some sort of mini-game, like every other party game out there.
- Speaking of which, most of the mini-games are very generic and it mostly relies on luck.
- The graphics are abysmal for 2003 standards for most Dr. Seuss licensed games, but this game is just the tip of the iceberg.
- For example: Notice how confusing this game can get, and it gets worse. The tedious waiting will get on your last nerves. While this could be excusable that most party games would require you to wait your turn before you can go, but the way that this game does it is just a disgruntled mess.
- Boring and clichéd backgrounds that look like they were copied and pasted from the book that this game is based on.
- Laughable hat customization along with most of the hats being exactly the same as The Cat in the Hat's hat.
- Speaking of Mix-up Match, it's very easy to get the wrong match since the game doesn't even bother giving you anything to memorize the cards and instead just forces you to guess at random.
- And on top of that, when you get a point, this game will constantly spam you with an option of saving your game, only to go back to the main menu and pick up where you left off after you save, making the save feature messages utterly pointless.
- This game is very short, as it can be completed in less than five hours, depending on how fast you complete the game.
The Only Redeeming Quality
- This game does however stay true to the story, since the game is meant to try to contribute to Dr. Seuss's best-selling books of all time next to How The Grinch Stole Christmas!, and The Cat in The Hat.
This game has received a score of 1.9/5 from Nintendo Power on GameFAQs.com