While I wasn’t as big a fan of Thundercats as I was with Transformers and G.I. Joe and even the Masters of the Universe, I did very much enjoy the show. I have some fond memories of watching it while eating breakfast on Sunday mornings with my Father and even he enjoyed the show.
One of the things missing from the rather large selection of Thundercats products was a video game, at least for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Though in truth before I watched Mr. Bundy’s video below I was unaware of their having been a game available for the Commodore 64, Atari ST, Amiga, Amstrad CPC, and the ZX Spectrum.
Larry Bundy Jr. was kind enough to contact us a couple of days ago with his latest video over on YouTube explaining what happened with the proposed Thundercats NES game and in his hilarious and informative presentation you might find the answer quite surprising.
The video might be considered to have a bit of salty language so be warned.
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