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tlosm 
you are a good amigan if recognize thi game
Posted on 12-Dec-2016 16:48:35
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check this videohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4HHZfVCbssE

and let me know

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Re: you are a good amigan if recognize thi game
Posted on 12-Dec-2016 17:47:59
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@tlosm

Or you could just read the comments on Youtube.

Ruff 'N Tumble

Edit: my link doesn't work for some reason.

Edit 2: it probably doesn't like the quotation marks in the URL. I expect that's it. Anyway, I must see if I can find the original game.

Edit 3: I like it! (the original game, that is.) I like how he comes skidding to a stop on this sneakers. Thanks for posting this.

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Re: you are a good amigan if recognize thi game
Posted on 12-Dec-2016 17:57:02
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@tlosm
It isn't a current Amiga game.

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Lazi 
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Posted on 12-Dec-2016 20:44:05
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@bison

Ruff 'n' Tumble

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fishy_fis 
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Posted on 12-Dec-2016 22:40:52
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Is there anyone who still follows the Amiga who doesn't know Ruff'n Tumble?

Also, what's the connection between this Rad Rogers and Ruff 'n Tumble? Is there any link, or is Rad Rogers just hugely inspired by it? Seems way too close to not be infringing on a copyright if there's no official connection. Perhaps I checked the wrong links, but they seem to be crediting Commander Keen, and Apogee games (although unless I'm mistaken it is an Apogee release?).

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tlosm 
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Posted on 12-Dec-2016 22:55:44
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@bison

no just ow the review of the game on italian online magazine and i was thinking: hell this game is like ruff and tumble...
and after i see the second name of the boy ... is the same of ruff and tumbler game...

on this game is Rad Rodgers
on ruff and tubler is: ruff rogers

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Is there anyone who still follows the Amiga who doesn't know Ruff'n Tumble?

No, I was the last one.

I probably missed this one because I got out of Amiga in '92 and didn't come back for 15 years. Big hole there.

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Beans 
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Posted on 13-Dec-2016 0:27:36
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@fishy_fis

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Is there anyone who still follows the Amiga who doesn't know Ruff'n Tumble?


I don't actually play many games, so I'd probably be the last, actually.

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fishy_fis 
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Posted on 13-Dec-2016 4:39:34
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@bison

Probably bad wording on my part, but "still" was meant to imply having followed things all along.

Considered a bit of a later day (as far as commercially successful games are concerned) classic by a lot of people.

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Heheh, as well as Ruff 'n' Tumble, the game pokes fun at many 8 and 16-bit era games! It starts all cutesy, in a magical, fairy-tale forest environment, then the kid starts blasting everything with his mega gun!

It mimics the well-known quote from Zelda, "It's dangerous to go alone!" but before long swear words are thrown in, so although it parodies classic kids' games, it certainly isn't meant for pre-teens!

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Posted on 28-Dec-2016 16:18:08
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@tlosm

Whew! That definitely looks A LOT like Ruff 'n' Tumble!
Thank you for the headup, I'll surely keep it under my eye :)

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Posted on 28-Dec-2016 18:01:48
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@tlosm

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you are a good amigan if recognize thi game


Wikipedia says: "Release date(s) 1994" the Amiga hype was mostly over at 1994,

It looks quite boring to me, platform games where never the type of game that interested me.

Quote:

and let me know


That's why I answered it.

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@tlosm

Ruff'n'Tumble and I only readed the first post by the Amiga spanish man from Zaragoza

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