Battletoads on the engine OpenBoR (2003 - 2010/ENG)
2003 - 2010 | PC | EnglisH | Developer: Senile Team | Publisher: Senile Team | 509MB
Genre: Beat EM up, Action
Three anthropomorphic toads, NES (Rash), ZITT (Zitz) and Pimpl (Pimple), must rescue the Princess Angelica (Princess Angelique) from the Queen of Darkness (Dark Queen), the ruling planet of Ragnarok. Help them in this will be Professor T. Bird (T.Bird), with its spacecraft Grief.
Different levels have very different styles of play. There are a few pseudo two dimensional and the traditional beat em up levels, in which the player is moving to cut off the enemies, but even at these levels, as a rule, there are many deadly obstacles. The most difficult races are at levels where the character must overcome several obstacles in the flight at high speed, or beat an opponent who can instantly kill a player. These levels usually require the player to memorize the sequence of obstacles, and extremely fast response. Other levels include lifting / jumping snake maze, an underwater level with lethal rubber ducks and dangerous monsters, as well as two challenging ascent up, including the final ascent to the tower of the Queen of Darkness.
The game stands out in unusual ways the destruction of enemies. With the acquisition of mutations, fighting toads have the ability to transform his body. Because of this, they can cause more serious damage to the enemy in close combat. For example: header from the takeoff at which the toad grow horns, blow a huge swollen fist, driving the enemy into the ground with both hands, hit a huge swollen leg which takes the shape of the shoe, as well as moving vertically on a rope, the ability to transform into a huge round a weight that knocks enemies on their way.
List of games
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Battletoads & Double Dragon II Revenge
Battletoads & Double Dragon III The T.Bird Mission
Battletoads & Double Dragon IV The Return Of Dark Forces
go in the game folder > run OpenBoR.exe > select a game > play
Pentium 800 MHz
128 MB RAM
509 MB of free disk space