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[Fastest Completion]GB Barbie Game Girl (USA/Europe) in 06:55.42 by EZGames69.
BizHawk Movie (.bk2) (date: 2018-04-28)
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- Takes damage to save time
- Genre: Platform
Barbie Game Girl is a 2D action platformer video game released in 1992 for the Nintendo Game Boy based on the Barbie doll franchise.

In this platform game, Barbie must find an outfit for her date with Ken. The environment features a shopping mall level, an underwater level and other worlds to explore. The game is also centered on collecting gems and pearls to fend off opponents. Enemies in the game include the usual sharks found in underwater levels in addition to jellyfish. Moving cubes of sugar must also be defeated in the game. The bonus rounds of the game are essentially a Concentration-type game where matching identical cards lead to extra points for the player.

EZGames69 beats the game in record time.

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