Weebee Worlds is a puzzle game released in 1994. The game was released by Lifetimes and runs on the DOS platform. Weebee Worlds was released in Germany and the
game language is a mix of English and German.
The player takes control of a clown head with a party hat smeared with a bright green color. The player needs to guide the clown toward the exit by pushing and
arranging boxes in the correct way. These must be arranged in a way so that they don’t block the way to the exit or get too close to the edge of the screen.
To make things more interesting, there are special objects the player can make use of such as trampolines, teleporters, and transparent floors.
Weebee Worlds has a total of 55 levels. These levels do not have a time limit, so the player can take their own sweet time trying out different combinations to
solve the puzzle. However, dwelling for too long at the same level will not gain any points after a while. The game also provides the option to undo any failed
moves. This action can be used up to a maximum of five times at any level. The player can use the ‘Editor’ function to create their own levels, using puzzles
from the different levels. It is a single-player game that can be played with an analog or digital joystick. It provides a top-down perspective. Weebee Worlds
has a striking resemblance to Sokoban in terms of graphics and gameplay.
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