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Atari 5200

Kangaroo - Atari 5200

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Retro Video Game Name | Retro Gaming Console: Kangaroo - Atari 5200

Item Description:  Cartridge Only (Previously Played)

Overall Condition: Great 

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There are four different levels. Three of them consist of the mother kangaroo on the bottom floor trying to reach the top floor where her joey is being held captive by some monkeys. On each of the levels monkeys throw apples which the mother kangaroo must either jump, duck, or punch. If she gets face to face with one of the monkeys, she can punch the monkey with a boxing glove. There are also pieces of fruit that she can jump up and get for points; if she jumps and touches a bell, more fruits will appear to replace the ones she has already collected. She must be wary of the big Ape, who will occasionally appear and try to take her gloves away from her. The level must be completed before the time runs out; otherwise, the player will lose a life.

Levels 1, 2 and 4 consist of different platforms that the mother kangaroo must jump onto or climb onto via a ladder. On the third level, the joey is in a cage held up by a troop of monkeys, and there is a horde of apples that will be unleashed if five monkeys climb up to it. On this level, the mother kangaroo must punch each monkey in the stack several times until the cage is lowered and, when the cage has been lowered enough, the mother kangaroo must climb to the next floor to get to the joey before the cage is raised again.

Kangaroo has a number of clearly visible glitches in the graphics, such as sprites briefly flickering.

The game uses classical and folk songs, including "American Patrol" by F. W. Meacham (during regular gameplay), "Oh! Susanna" by Stephen Foster[3] (level completion fanfare), and "Westminster Quarters" (when a bell is rung).