Bug Too!, called Bug Too! Motto Motto Jump Shite, Fundzukechatte, Pecchanko (バグ・トゥー！ もっともっとジャンプして、ふんづけちゃって、ぺっちゃんこ) in Japan, is a sequel to Bug!. It was developed by Realtime Associates and SegaSoft, and was published for the Sega Saturn and PC in 1996/1997.
Bug Too! features the return of Bug complete with even bigger movie parodies, more playable characters and a greater variety in level themes.
After long negotiations with top Hollywood execs, Bug has just been assigned a six flick deal. As director of all his new projects, your job is to see to it that Bug and his new squishy costars - lightning tongued Maggot Dog and the funktified Superfly - give award-winning performances. And with a cast of totally professional arachnids to work with, you should have no problem bringing home the coveted Blippie Award. (Should being the operative word here!)
Bug Too! features the same gameplay as the first game with a few additions. Players now have the ability to 'hover' in the air to make longer jumps. Bug can also run with the press of a button to make the player travel much quicker through a level. Bug Too! also features two other playable characters including the ever funky Superfly and his pet, Maggot Dog. The game allows for up to 2 players to play alternatively.
Weevil Dead 2
Lawrence of Arachnia
Antennae Day 4
Flee-Wee's Big Adventure
Cicada Night Fever
Similarly to its predecessor, the PC version of Bug Too! sees several cutbacks over the Sega Saturn original, including a drop to 256 colours and missing fogging effects to hide geometry pop-in. Scanlines are added to all full motion video sequences, presumably to help mask the limited colour palette.
The fog in Weevil Dead 2 is also much more striking, lacking the "texture" of the original game and being both brighter and "thicker", making it harder to see gameplay. Loading times are generally reduced across the board, but more frequent frame rate drops occur even on high-end machines.
Lead Programmer: Jim Schuler
Programmers: Gil Villarreal, Tim Winnegar, Simon Clarke, Joe Minowitz
Additional Programmers: Kyle Riccio, Mona Elzankaly, Martin Jajam