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'''''Normy's Beach Babe-O-Rama''''' is a 1994 platforming game developed by [[Electronic Arts]] for the [[Sega Mega Drive]], released only in the US and Europe. It was produced as a tie-in to Keith Robinson's ''Making It'' comic strip. You play as Normy, a beach bum, who discovers a UFO stealing the girls on the beach he spends most of his time near and sends them to random times in the history of Earth. Aided by a special "Space 'n' Time" suntan lotion found near a toxic dump (which conveniently pops up shortly after the kidnapping), you must rescue these girls. {{A}} dashes forward quickly, {{B}} jumps, and {{C}} uses your weapon. You start out with a simple spring-loaded boxing glove (collected near the beginning of the first level) but acquire more weapons as the game progresses which replace the one you already have. You lose your weapon after completing a level. {{Down}} crouches; you can use your weapon while crouching.
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'''''Normy's Beach Babe-O-Rama''''' is a 1994 platforming game published by [[Electronic Arts]] for the [[Sega Mega Drive]], released only in the US and Europe. It was produced as a tie-in to Keith Robinson's ''Making It'' comic strip. You play as Normy, a beach bum, who discovers a UFO stealing the girls on the beach he spends most of his time near and sends them to random times in the history of Earth. Aided by a special "Space 'n' Time" suntan lotion found near a toxic dump (which conveniently pops up shortly after the kidnapping), you must rescue these girls. {{A}} dashes forward quickly, {{B}} jumps, and {{C}} uses your weapon. You start out with a simple spring-loaded boxing glove (collected near the beginning of the first level) but acquire more weapons as the game progresses which replace the one you already have. You lose your weapon after completing a level. {{Down}} crouches; you can use your weapon while crouching.
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==Physical Scans==
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| joypad=83
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| megaplay=37
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| playerone=82
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[[Category:Mega Drive Games]]
 
[[Category:Mega Drive Games]]
 
[[Category:1994 Mega Drive Games]]
 
[[Category:1994 Mega Drive Games]]
 
[[Category:Mega Drive Action Games]]
 
[[Category:Mega Drive Action Games]]

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Normy's Beach Babe-O-Rama
Publisher: Electronic Arts
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System(s): Sega Mega Drive
Genre: Platforming






























Normy's Beach Babe-O-Rama is a 1994 platforming game published by Electronic Arts for the Sega Mega Drive, released only in the US and Europe. It was produced as a tie-in to Keith Robinson's Making It comic strip. You play as Normy, a beach bum, who discovers a UFO stealing the girls on the beach he spends most of his time near and sends them to random times in the history of Earth. Aided by a special "Space 'n' Time" suntan lotion found near a toxic dump (which conveniently pops up shortly after the kidnapping), you must rescue these girls. A dashes forward quickly, B jumps, and C uses your weapon. You start out with a simple spring-loaded boxing glove (collected near the beginning of the first level) but acquire more weapons as the game progresses which replace the one you already have. You lose your weapon after completing a level. Down crouches; you can use your weapon while crouching.

Physical Scans

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