Not one, but TWO butt-kickin', gun-totin' 3D romps through America's favorite small town, Hickston can be yours with this awesome "Dual Jewel"! Experience Redneck Rampage™ and its sequel, Redneck Rampage Rides Again™, at one low price!
Gamespot called it "a heck of a hayride." Rolling Stone called it "Hot Video Game of the Year." You'll call it your favorite thing since microwave pork rinds! Featuring "guaran-damn-teed" redneck dialogue, Redneck Rampage™ brings the rustic, quirky charm of the deep, DEEP South to your computer. Fourteen different levels and multiple locations provide fast action fighting, with power-ups of pork rinds, whiskey, and beer aplenty. Ten brutal weapons includin' crowbars, dynamite, double-barreled shotguns, ripsaw blades, and an alien arm gun (yank the tendon to fire). Over one hundred thousand satisfied Rednecks can't be wrong!
It's the sequel to the original--only this time with more guns and bigger hogs! Redneck Rampage Rides Again™, the sequel to Redneck Rampage, features over 10 wicked weapons (like a crossbow that shoots dynamite-loaded chickens, and that's no bull!) We're talkin' 14 new levels of killin' and mayhem, and new P.O'd dudes to whoop on! Ride a hog, put a stick of dynamite up a chicken's butt, or drive a swamp buggy. And don't forget that up to six rednecks can play at the same time over a LAN!
Redneck Rampage Features:
Created using the "Duke Nukem 3D" engine.
Nine different weapons (some impractical, some illegal, some both), including dynamite, a crowbar, double-barrel shotguns,a ripsaw gun, and an alien arm gun (you gotta see it to believe it).
Beautifully rendered 3D SVGA graphics with unparalleled attention to detail and higher resolution textures than other games in the genre.
A butt-kickin' soundtrack including songs from Mojo Nixon and The Reverend Horton Heat.
Fourteen levels set in and around Hickston, including the suburb of Taylor Town, the junkyard, the local insane asylum, and a smelting plant. Multiple fighting locations on each level, such as: Stanky's Bar & 'ill; the Eden Court trailer park (under perpetual barrage by tornadoes); abandoned uranium mines (now inhabited by aliens); Grimley's Mortuary; J. Cluck's Poultry Processing Plant (home of the cream-filled chicken eclair) and the local sewage treatment facility (yech!).
Redneck Rides Again Features:
Even more rednecks than the 'riginal! Folks like Billy Ray Jeter, Skinny Old Coot, Daisy Mae, Bikers, Pigs, Cows, Jackalopes and maybe even an Elvis sighting or two.
Joyride a swamp buggy or motorcycle that are armed to the teeth and fit'n to run people over with (yee-haw). And the vehickles have mounted machine guns or mortars that launch huge shells for those country-style explosions.
Over 10 wicked weapons like a crossbow that shoots dynamite-loaded chickens to complement yer crowbar and shotguns.
Good ol' redneck powerups like pork rinds, cow pies, and the kind of beverages you need an ID to purchase.
Toe-tapping tunes by the outrageous and controversial Mojo Nixon.
14 new levels and locations that will satisfy even the most civilized of yer kin.
Pentium 90, 16 MB RAM (32MB in Win 95/98). Works through Win 95/98 in MS-DOS mode with DOS-based sound card
CD-ROM and mouse drivers installed
150 MB free hard drive space
Local bus or PCI SVGA video card (VESA compatible) Sound Blaster or 100% compatible sound card
DOS 5.0 or later