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Kool-Aid Man

Kool-Aid Man

Kool-Aid Man

Kool-Aid Man is an Atari 2600 video game based upon the television commercial character Kool-Aid Man. A second, unique video game cartridge was also made for the Intellivision.

Kool-Aid Man Gameplay

The game made up of very simple 2D computer graphics. The setting of the game is a simple pool of water, and the object of the game is to quench the “thirsties”. Thirsties are round creatures that try to drink up all of the water in the pool.

Hitting a thirsty who is not drinking water causes the player to be bumped back and lose time. However, when a thirsty is drinking from the pool (an action indicated by a straw of variable length extending from the thirsty to the pool), he is vulnerable. Hitting him will supposedly use Kool-Aid to quench his thirst, and thus saving the pool. Winning a level usually requires quenching around 30 thirsties, which will take the player to a faster level. The game is lost either by running out of time, or by losing all of the water in the pool.

The Kool-Aid Man can obtain power-ups, giving him temporary invincibility.


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