Disney’s 102 Dalmatians: Puppies to the Rescue is a platform game and is researched and developed by Toys for Bob and published by Eidos Interactive for a variety of platforms, including Game Boy Color.
The gameplay of the game stops at the average level, in the truest sense of the word. The foundation is not tedious and boring, the puzzles are unimaginable and absolutely nothing of challenge and the fetch quests are intolerable. It’s not a bad game, but it’s not really fun nonetheless. There are 4 boss battles in the game, all against the Cruella. The first three are the ridiculously easy and ridiculous Cruella pumpkins, watermelon, and tomatoes. The 4th boss match, the last level in the game is really fun and surprisingly challenging. You shoot Cruella and her companions with a laser cannon, and it brings back the memories of the original Crash Bandicoot games. A very Neo Cortex vibe. The real fun comes with the minigames that unlock when you beat the game. The Minigolf is quite good and the courses describe the different levels in the game like Toy Factory, Mansion, and Farm. The rest are okay, but the minigolf is the best of the bunch. However, they don’t make the game really worth playing. However, the game is surprisingly long. It will take around 8-9 hours to complete the game, but this leaves the game even more vulnerable. Of course, the best time for you to play is 3 hours. If you play too long, you will get bored easily.
The graphics of this game are relatively stable and clear. Vignettes are constantly appearing and the characters pass by you with great frequency. This is what makes this game so interesting. The character’s animation is also quite similar and standard in color. Different levels are for different contexts. However, in general, the graphics of this game are just above average.