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Chester Cheetah: Wild Wild Quest

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Chester Cheetah: Wild Wild Quest

Chester Cheetah: Wild Wild Quest
Chester Cheetah: Wild Wild Quest
Cover art (Genesis)

Developer(s) Kaneko
Publisher(s) Kaneko
Platform(s) Super NES, Mega Drive/Genesis
Release date(s) 1993 (Genesis)
March, 1994 (SNES)
Genre(s) Platform
Mode(s) Single player

Chester Cheetah: Wild Wild Quest is a 1993 video game that starred Cheetos mascot Chester Cheetah. It is the sequel to Chester Cheetah: Too Cool to Fool. The game is designed much like Super Mario World in which the player navigates through levels in a map, and the game is also a platformer.

Players must explore the entire United States looking for Cheetos to eat while either avoiding or defeating enemies. Levels include a ship, in front of a castle, under the sea, and inside the city. Each level comes with a time limit and each hit results in an "instant death" situation unless the Cheetos snacks have been consumed. The main adversary in the game is Mean Eugene; Chester's main adversary in the commercials.

Each level comes with a boss at the end and losing the game gives the players a limited number of continues along with a time limit to implement those continues. Both the Genesis and the Super NES versions of the game come with an option mode that allows players to alter their controls.

External links

  • Chester Cheetah: Wild Wild Quest at MobyGames

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