Bart Simpson's Escape From Camp Deadly

Bart Simpson's Escape from Camp Deadly is a platform game for the Game Boy. Developed by Imagineering, it was published by Acclaim in North America in 1991. The game was released in Europe in 1992 and Japan in 1993. In Bart Simpson's Escape from Camp Deadly, the player controls Bart from the television series The Simpsons as he escapes from an unpleasant summer camp run by ruthless counselors. The plot is similar to that of the Simpsons episode "Kamp Krusty". Critics gave the game mixed to negative reviews.

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