The Flintstones: The Treasure of the Sierra Madrock (SNES) Playthrough – NintendoComplete

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A playthrough of Taito’s 1994 platform game for the Super Nintendo, The Flintstones: The Treasure of the Sierra Madrock.

The first SNES Flintstones game (and the much better of the two) is a pretty classic example of a good-quality classic platformer by the old arcade powerhouses of old. It really doesn’t do anything revolutionary, but it’s a blast to play, evokes all the charm of the ancient cartoon with its graphics and music, and it has the typical spit-shine polish that Taito was known for in turning out quality games time and time again.

It even nails Betty and Wilma’s roles perfectly – just like in the old cartoon, they’re reduced to little more than nags that just want to spoil the fun. Oh, feminism, you still can’t touch the Japanese interpretation of old American media, can you?

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30 COMMENTS

  1. god damnit this game is good. I loved playing it as a kid, was hard af tho. remember never "beating it" and always restarting.

  2. I had this. It's funny watching it, it's all in my head, buried deep, not really thought of for the past 24 years. I remember drawing the passwords for the to be continued and trying to decipher what I drew. Good times.

  3. The Japanese beat us slim to none on the technology scale sorry to say but I still love them📿❤I even have a Nissan Frontier 4×4 myself 😊😁

  4. I own all The Flinstones games and I must say that this is the absolute best game Taito has made, especially with co-op

  5. I don't know why, but for the longest time I had it in my head that there were 12 stages. I got up to CaveRock as a kid and had to return the game to the store. Then my mother sold my SNES and games so we could get an N64 instead.
    You're telling me that 21 years later, after being reminded this game exists, I was this close to finishing it and I never knew?

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