Chester Cheetah: Wild Wild Quest is a 1993 video game by Kaneko for the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis. The game stars Cheetos mascot Chester Cheetah and is the sequel to Chester Cheetah: Too Cool to Fool.
The player dies in one hit unless they have a cheese puff on hand.Collecting 100 paws per level results in a new continue, and there are three difficulty levels. Some stages involve controlling vehicles, like a car or a motorcycle.
The game was shown at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in 1994. After breaking out of a zoo, Chester Cheetah is going to Hip City when Mean Eugene tears up his map into 10 pieces and scatters it across the United States. Chester Cheetah must then travel across America to recover the map.
Chester visits fictional cities in states such as Nebraska, California, Florida, Arkansas, and Alaska. The game was released only in America. Both the Genesis and SNES versions of the game received mixed reviews.
Electronic Gaming Monthly reviewed both the versions. They gave the SNES version a score of 28 out of 50, and the Genesis version 24 out of 40. The reviewers praised the graphics and animations but cited poor control as a negative. Sega Visions gave it a score of 12 out of 20, and gave it strong score for sound and music. Nintendo Power reviewed the SNES version and stated it had stiff controls, low challenge, but had good audio and graphics. They gave it an average score of 3.3/5. GamePro magazine called it "High on the list of unnecessary sequels" and said "like the cheese puffs themselves, Chester might sound like a tempting idea, but you'll get no nourishment and you'll soon be hungry again".
Enter = START
← → ↑ ↓ = LEFT / RIGHT / UP / DOWN
Q W E = X / Y / Z
A S D = A / B / C
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