Re-release? This is a new game surely, and didn't AA review it several months ago. Right, here's the facts: we reviewed Seymour in AA74 thinking it was an ordinary £3.99 release. But it wasn't. It was initially only available on the Cartoon Collection compilation. But now it is a £3.99 release. And ifs so darned spinky, spanky and sponky that we don't need much of an excuse to review it again.
Seymour is a potato-shaped ball of lard who snatched Dizzy's crown whilst the prima donna egg was busy getting lost in the Spellbound biopic. Seymour is an actor dude who has got to get some dynamite to blow up a safe to get a script to a film he's supposed to be starring in. Why? Who cares.
The ensuing shenanigans is set in the film company's offices, the maze-like studio network, the jungle and tree-huts section, and a desert island. Oh yes, and on the sets of numérous films (Grease, King Kong, Dick Tracy, Flash Gordon, etc).
To say the game is difficult would be roughly akin to saying that Christina Applegate out of Married with Children is moderately attractive. Ifs very difficult. Mega super extra difficult. With hundreds and thousands on top. Even if you can get the script, you then have to retrace your steps, find sixteen Oscars and give one out to each character. Instant death at the hands of Emperor Ming will have you screaming in frustration.
We printed a full solution in Cheat Mode last month. Don't think you're not going to need (at least some of) it.