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Adventures of Bayou Billy

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Adventures of Bayou Billy original NES Nintendo Game cartridge only - Cleaned Tested and Guaranteed to Work!

Product Details






Action & Adventure


Nintendo NES


NTSC (N. America)



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Customer Reviews

5 Stars
Great Service
Game even came in a nintendo sleeve, which was awesome. Great service all the time.
Reviewed by: from West Portsmouth on
5 Stars
Pretty tough game
This was a pretty tough game without using the game genie. I loved that it had different game modes to give the game play variety. Great price, great condition, works just fine.
Reviewed by: from Tampa FL on
5 Stars
Bayou billy
Every title I ever got from Lukey works great will do business again please delete previous review I will redo it spellchecker got in the way LOL
Reviewed by: from Chilliwack on
4 Stars
First Level
This game is easy to play, but it is how to get to the second level. Does one have to kill the crocodiles to move on. You figure it out as you play the game.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from London, Ontario, CA on
5 Stars
Five Stars
To be clear, I'm giving five stars to the quality of the cartridge itself and not the gameplay. This game is pretty much crap, but it was one of the few I actually owned growing up so it's worth five bucks or whatever just to have it for having its sake.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from Middleton on
3 Stars
Adventures of Bayou Billy
This game screams for a GameGenie. I played this game a lot as a kid, I'd like to say it is still fun but no. It is an interesting mix with side scrolling beat 'em up, stages, light gun shooting stages, and driving stages. The beat em up levels don't hold up. Shooting is still fun as ever but there is only like 2 of them. If you have a GameGenie you could do worse and if you don't have a GameGenie buy one it will make so many bad games fun... or tolerable.
Reviewed by: from Barrie, Ontario on
4 Stars
This swamp is DEADLY!!
Now I enjoyed this game very much but the one thing that ruins it for me is that there is no password system, I mean Bugs Bunny's Castle castle has one and that game sucks. Overall this is a great beat em up and i highly recommend it.
Reviewed by: from NJ on
2 Stars
There's a limit to fair challenge
Nice, colourful graphics, cheesy plot and kickass soundtrack. However, this game will beat you down relentlessly. This game is so hard it should be included as Hercules' 13th labor. Try completing the first stage without cheating... At least it's only 2 bucks!
Reviewed by: from QC, Canada on
5 Stars
Adventures of Billy Bayou
Très bon jeu Fonctionne très bien
Reviewed by: from 1680 Romont on
3 Stars
W.D.'s Review of Bayou Billy
There are some games that are hard, like Castlevania IV. There are some games that are difficult due to the massive amount of button-combinations you must memorize, like Street Fighter II. There are some games that are just bullshit, like E.T. The Video Game. Then, there is Bayou Billy. The Adventures of Bayou Billy is less of a game and more of a test of your mental stability if you intend of beating said game. This is because you do not win. The challenges of this game are not strategic or smart but just insane. Bayou Billy features many stages, some in which you brawl it out with gators and swamp ninjas in a Double Dragon fashion, some in which you must make it trough a country road while avoiding suicide jeeps and attack helicopters, and some you go along with your zapper. This game is easily the hardest game I’ve ever played and very well could be the hardest retro game of all time. Ninja Gaiden got nothing on this. To explain how I came to this conclusion, two friends and I sat around an old NES console swapping the controller from one to the other for three hours. And you know how far we got? To the third stage. Which is as far as any of us could get. We’ll get back to the gameplay of Bayou Billy in a little bit. Lets look at the other aspects of this game, such as the graphics. The graphics of Bayou Billy are actually very good for an NES title. By no means the best but do surpass many others. The game does a good job of making the characters stand out as there is a lot of dirt colors going around. The soundtrack of Bayou Billy is actually very good. Not ground breaking but catchy and easy to get stuck in your head. The controls, while confusing at first, aren’t that bad once you got them memorized. And tip to any of you, this will help you A LOT: To jump in Bayou Billy, you must press the punch and kick button at the same time! Now that I got the serious reviewing stuff, lets get back to the hellish difficulty and brain-breaking challenge that is The Adventures of Bayou Billy. Lets do this like a story. For, any way of breaking this down will not do it justice. You must understand the first impression. My two friends and I bought Bayou Billy for three dollars because the cover caught our eye. It has muscular hill-billy wielding a massive knife, jungle stuff all around, a jeep, a gator, it was just eye-catching. Then, after reading the title, we knew we had to get it. So, the night came and we popped in the cartridge which is in very good condition. We start playing, menu, a cut scene, and the game begins. We move forward with Billy in a double dragon fashion. When two ninjas come at us. We start punching and kicking and it was taking forever. At one point, we kick a chicken leg out of the ninja but the other picked it before we could and healed himself. These two ninjas did kill us but the second, after an overly long time, we killed them and moved on. The game began throwing all sorts of stuff at us. Red ninjas, blue ninjas, gators, vultures, black scuba men, white scuba men. It was insane. You only get three re-spawns and no save points. That’s right, no only is this massacre the hardest thing you ever play but if by some luck you get to the final stage, you very well could loose it all and start from the beginning due to a single kill. (NOTE: I did do some research on this and you might be able to get extra lives but my friends and I never noticed it if we did so the internet could be lying). After three grueling hours, in the third stage which is a driving level, we were almost at the end when an attack helicopter blew us to bits, out last life. Forcing us to start from stage one. This got my friend into a frenzy of anger, throwing the NES controller to the ground and walking away into the hallway to calm down. People say Battletoads destroyed friend ships. It’s got nothing on Bayou Billy. After that, I turned off the NES and removed the cartridge. That was my first impression of Bayou Billy or rather my first experience. The Adventures of Bayou Billy is a horrific, brain breaking, friendship destroying, mental stability testing, challenge. You know what the worst part is though? Its a fun game. After all that, Bayou Billy is a fun game. Its like playing Street Fighter IV, yes you may be getting you ass kick over and over again and you’re getting pissed but you can’t deny that you had fun while you were getting pissed. The Adventures of Bayou Billy is a game that, while fun, is not for the weak minded or even good gamers but should be reserved for the hardcore retrogamers who beat Ninja Gaiden.
Reviewed by: from Orlando on
3 Stars
Gotta Have It
I was never able to get by the first level of this game, but I gotta have it anyways. It's Bayou Billy and that's all there is to it.
Reviewed by: from Michigan on

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