Where is the vibrant prehistoric world?!
Flintstones, The: Dino Lost in Bedrock is a submediocre platformer, that lacks personality, lacks polish and is just a game that would not seem out of place in some no name cereal box. Although, on second thought, there were better games stashed in cereal boxes, (Civilization got a cereal box promotion, yap, really!) actual classics, so there's that, this isn't the best way to criticize it. So I'll just give it to it punctually, as it deserves. Because Flintstones, The: Dino Lost in Bedrock is aggravating graphically, control wise, has subpar animations and generally doesn't really make justice to the cartoon series in no way. It just looks like some corporate game of the 90s made by people that have never ever seen a single episode of the cartoon. Anyway, if you still haven't been convinced to skip it, know that you'll control Fred and some other characters through very linear and undeveloped levels, never knowing if you can jump on a platform or if that is just some background visual. Plus, the controls are criminal even when you know what you want to do. Sorry Fred, this is not a game worth of your status. Instead, The Flinstones is both a more characterfull game as well as a more colorful, more like the cartoon series, which shows that it doesn't take much to give Flintstones the game they deserve, but you got to at least try!