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This is it! The final Battle at Monster Mountain! Will we be able to beat the evil Warlock? Or will the world fall under the sway of tiny monsters, forever!?
In the second part of our tiny monster adventure, we discuss who would win in a pissing contest between Aquaman and Nimor. And then we get caught up in a rousing discussion of Tengu, Kappa, and all sorts of delightful creatures! Oh, and I smash some more…
Rockets. Meteors. A Professor. And a Voyage to the Moon. Harold’s Quest continues…
It strikes me that Harold’s MC Kids playthrough, is actually the first (full) NES game on the RR channel. Congrats Harold! The adventure continues, through the Mountains of Madness….or at least Grimace’s mountains. And isn’t that the essence of Madness?
A Magic Man, lost his Magic Bag. And now you have to find his Magic Cards. No worries.
Harold’s OFFICIAL introduction to channel, as he plays his favorite game of all time, Virgin Games’ MC Kids for the NES. *The sound is a bit off on this recording, because it was Harold’s first time, and he can be SUPER quiet (unless he’s pissed).
In honor of “Two-Dimensional Side-Scrolling Platformers Week”, I decided to post this article, originally appearing on my blog Feb. 28th, 2015. Cheers! One of the key elements in most classic side-scroller gaming, especially “platformer” games, was jumping. This was established as early as games like Atari’s…
A fishy scientist takes over Santa’s workshop, and only an infinitely stretching mudskipper can save the day! Is his adventure festive enough?
Expanding on the wackiness of its prequel, Bonk’s Revenge also addresses former limitations, but how different is this adventure?
What happens when you mix cheerful cavemen, wild transformations, and prehistoric zaniness into a side-scroller? You get Bonk’s Adventure!