Released in 1992, Wally Bear and the NO Gang is an unlicensed, purely American, anti-drug infotainment masterpiece. You, being an awesome, fuzzy teenager, have to find all your friends for a party. However, you fight against various suburban and city wildlife, all of which wants to get you hooked on drugs. If you get hit once, you lose a life: very realistic.
Best time: Single-segment 0:07:02 by Jason 'cornshaq' Moon on 2011-06-27.
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This is one of those infamous unlicensed NES classics and with that comes horrible music and bad controls and top that with a sterotyplically "Cool" main character with a anti-drug message and you have a killer game on your hands. The hardest thing about this game is the random patterns of the bird/bat enemies every level but the subway and garage have them and they kill runs in a second if they come at you sometimes two or three at a time all bunched together with no way of hitting them with your weapon which is terrible. While I do think someone could improve the run slightly I am not sure if anyone is going to be willing to suffer through this game to make it better.
Stage 1 - I start off moving terribly slow due to having no power ups during the stage I grab the first speed upgrade and first weapon upgrade you can have a total of two in total for each. I get hit and lose the frisbee weapon as soon as I get it but that doesn't slow you down just makes me jump over enemies more then I would like.
Stage 2 goes great no problem grabbing the speed upgrade at the beginning and I jump over all the rats with ease grabbing the weapon at the end.
Stage 3 goes pretty smooth I was able to make it over the bulldog enemies and take out the few enemies that are easy to hit.
Stage 4 the second subway goes as well as the first except now I can actually hit the rats with weapon.
Stage 5 became one of my best levels overall being able to hit a lot of the enemies and memorizing their placement throughout the whole thing. The second part of stage 5 in the garage is very simple I drop down quickly and make it to the exit on the right without getting hit or really slowing down.
Stage 6 Begins the two hardest levels in the game the sewers. I have to slow down on some platforms in order to make jumps since the jumping controls can be horrendous at times during the game I avoid damage and make it to part 2 of the stage easy. The second part goes perfect I avoid any damage from the spitting heads at the top which can really hurt and cause a run to fail.
Stage 7 My worst level by far but I didn't get a ton of practice with it since it was so hard to keep power ups going into this level so other then a few seconds slowing down on platforms I do pretty darn good. The second part I do drop down to grab a skateboard to ensure my speed in the final stage of the game so overall about 4 or 5 seconds in total through the whole stage if that.
Stage 8 A very easy stage to finish the game I maintain speed the whole time and take out a few enemies along the way and arrive at my uncles house for the party
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