|Fruity Toucan (SNES)|
|Platform(s)|| Super Nintendo (Console)
| Single player
|Media Included||SNES cartridge (4MB)|
Fruity Toucan is a Super Nintendo game developed by Toucan and published by Nintendo in 1995. It is the first game in the Fruity Toucan series and the first game from Toucan. Due to the game's success, a sequel was announced and released the following year. A rare limited edition of the game was made which came in a green Game Pak. Only about 1,000 of these limited edition cartridges were produced worldwide.
One day Fruity decides to set out on an adventure, so she heads to Fishy's. Fishy tells Fruity that she can be in a video game if she wants to go on an adventure however Fishy tells Fruity that the females in video games are always damsels in distress. Fruity tells him that she is much different from those characters and Fishy then tells her about King Razorbill and that he has trapped Fruity's friends. Fishy shows Fruity the way to the different worlds where he saw Razorbill and tells Fruity to go to those worlds to free her friends. Before Fruity leaves, Fishy tells Fruity about the Toucan Tokens and that if she and her friends can collect all of them, then he'll reveal a secret.
- Control pad left, right - Move character
- Control pad up - Look up
- Control pad down - Look down
- B - Jump
- Y - Attack, hold to run
- X - Activate Swap Switch
- R - Activate Swap Switch
The game plays like most 2-D platformers, the player must get from the start of the level to the finish. Players can switch between any character they've saved at Swap Switches.
- Toco Jungle
- Creepy Caverns
- Frozen Solid Peak
- Buzza Land
- King Razorbill's Lair
- Adventure - The main mode of the game. Can be played in single player or co-op where players take turns playing the levels which can be done with one or two controllers.
- Time attack - Play any level you've beaten and try to beat it in the shortest amount of time.
- VS. - Play with a CPU player or with human player. Two players compete in a split screen race to get to the end of any level you've beaten.
- Options - Change the settings.
- Sound - Can be set to Mono or Stereo.
- Music - Listen to the music and sound from the game.