You want an average platformer with average graphics, average control, average music and sound effects and average variety? Then Fat Bobby is for you. It appears as though the game's developers went to Generic University when planning this platformer. Everything about it screams mediocrity. That is, except for its wacky storyline...
Everything else is pretty basic here. Fat Bobby is so generic that you'll feel right at home with its controls and objectives. You can run, jump, and smash enemies with your guitar. You have very simple and bland bosses at the end of each level. You're faced with a time limit that doesn't factor into play because you can basically sleepwalk through each level before the limit expires. Enemies are devoid of any intelligence and just seem to wander around waiting for you to run into them.
If you can't get enough of platform games and must own every single one on the Lynx, then Fat Bobby may perhaps make your day. Of course, I'm sure some folks are satisfied with driving a family sedan and going from point A to point B without any frills. But for the rest of us, there's always the opportunity to enjoy the finest platformers when we get home and hook up our Super Nintendo or Genesis systems.