Barbie Vacation Adventure
By Para Gon Friday, 30 Oct 2009

This is part of my continuing series of playing and reviewing random SNES games

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I’ve never heard of. Some of these are just quick looks at the game, and may not be too terribly in depth. Today’s game is……Barbie Vacation Adventure!


choosing a location

Hovering the cursor over a location tells you a little bit about it. Iowa, for example, is a county fair where you catch a hog and play carnival games.

Appeals to midwesterners! Midwesterners’ lives revolve around swine and hokey old-timey past times!

You get to choose her outfit before you go somewhere! Appeals to girls too! Are you pumped yet!? No wonder this game sold like five times as much as Super Mario Bros. 3!

This is Wyoming, where you’re walking through a wilderness/campground. You have to set up a tent first, which means that you move the puzzle piece onto the green bit and position it correctly–difficult if only because of crappy instructions. There are some jumping puzzles, in the sense that you have a specific length that you jump and if you’re too far back/forward or if you run into something your boots get wet and you lose.

After some maddeningly annoying jumping puzzles, you have to take pictures of animals! No matter what you do, you can’t get eaten by a bear. You can’t even get sprayed by a skunk–and skunks actually do appear on the screen!


[Ed. comment: That's fine, Barbie.]


2 Responses to “Barbie Vacation Adventure”

  1. Eric Kennedy Says:

    I’ve seen this game for sale a few times in my travels, and I always consider buying it just to see how terrible it is. Paragon, you have now killed that urge within me. Thank you, my friend.

  2. Zach Patterson Says:

    I’m glad he’s playing this garbage so the rest of us don’t have to.

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