Glover (N64) – 100% Longplay (No Damage)

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Glover is a 1998 platforming video game developed by Interactive Studios and published by Hasbro Interactive for the Nintendo 64 and Windows in 1998, and for the PlayStation in 1999 (branded under Hasbro Interactive’s Atari Interactive label). The game features a magical, four-fingered glove named Glover in his quest to restore the Crystal Kingdom by retrieving crystals that were lost. The Nintendo 64 and PC versions gained mainly mixed reviews while the PlayStation version received negative reviews. A sequel titled Glover 2 was planned but was eventually cancelled.

I saw the N64 version for the first time in August 2019 in a german ‘chilly’ speedrun marathon who four players has battled in a any% blind race for over 6 hours.

In this 100% longplay, every Garib is collected and every level including the bonus six levels are beaten.

0:03:39 Tutorial
0:07:47 Atlantis
0:39:43 Carnival
1:11:42 Pirates
1:44:15 Prehistoric
2:14:24 Fortress Of Fear
2:37:14 Out Of This World

3:04:35 Credits


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27 thoughts on “Glover (N64) – 100% Longplay (No Damage)

  1. Man I swear, I spent a good amount of time on this game when I was a kid and only ever got to the beginning of the carnival level

  2. I used to have this game on PC when I was a kid. My oldest sister and I played it all the time and never got past Frankenstien.

  3. Yo this game gave me ptsd as a kid. The damn balloon elephants popping at the carnival place were soooooooo loud even with my volume all the way down.

  4. The clown boss was the one that took me forever to figure out needed to hit the red nose button to beat him.

  5. I only know this game because I used to be able to play it at the price chopper kids center as a little kid. They had these fake arcade systems which were just a bunch of game systems hooked up to a small tv and the container thing they were in looked like a arcade machine. I remember playing this and crash bandicoot at like 5 years old. I never really “played” them though. I more or less just ran around in circles with the character cuz I thought it was fun. I think I did that to with ratchet and clank. I didn’t know how to press the buttons to do actions. All I knew was to run around in circles and that was fun to me.

  6. Glover was wild. I don’t think I got very far into the game at all as a kid. Thanks for uploading this!

  7. I remember is was a die hard wwf/wcw fan I was atleast 6 or 7…so I use to go to blockbuster and rent games and I wanted to rent wcw vs nwo world tour. My mom and I get there and it's all fucking gone. I was forced to rent guess what…..this bullshit. Maybe popped it in once😑

  8. I remember playing it for hours and being pretty good at it. But it took me a looong time to figure out the zombie bossfight as a child, lol

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