Cool Spot

Cool Spot is a game developed by Virgin for the SNES and Sega Genesis in 1993. The main character is Cool Spot, a mascot for the soft drink brand 7 Up. It is the second game to star Spot, but the first game to feature the 7 Up mascot Spot was "Spot: The video game" for NES, Gameboy and other platforms.

Original description:

Charge, blast and hurdle through this fun and frantic adventure without losing your cool - or your shades!

As COOL SPOT, you'll stop at nothing to rescue your SPOT buddies when they get snatched by powers uncool!

Shoot the curl, get loco on a runaway train, and whip through a stomach-dropping rollercoaster ride in a carbonated quest to chill out your foes!

- 11 levels of side-splitting fun plus 6 bubble-bashing bonus rounds!
- In-your-face obstacles, tricky maneuvers and 360 degree Cool Shot fire range!
- Graphics so hot - you'll need your own shades!
- High-energy music jam with hair-raising (bald red fellows excluded) sounds effects and back-talking digitized speech!
-Hundreds of outrageous toes! Watch SPOT give cheese-slinging mice, slime balls, crabby beach critters and toy train desperados the deep freeze!

Instructions

Enter - start;    Arrows - move;    X - attack;    C - jump;       Esc = exit fullscreen;

You can change keyboard settings, save (F5) and load (F8) the game.
Put your mouse over the game and choose your settings, you can also play the game in fullscreen.