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Rick Dangerous is as flash version the classic Amiga, Atari ST, Amstrad CPC, ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64 and DOS based video game. This classic platform game was released in 1989 and published by Rainbird Software in Europe and the rest of the world, and on the MicroPlay label (part of MicroProse) in America. Rick can jump and climb, as well as carry a limited amount of dynamite and ammunition for his gun. This gun is Rick's primary means of disposing of enemies. Most traps throughout the game that can kill Rick can also kill his enemies, which can be to the player's advantage. The dynamite sticks that Rick carries are generally used for solving puzzles, such as through exploding certain blocks (some of them fly towards the explosion, potentially killing Rick in the backfire). Rick is also armed with a pogo stick that allows him to paralyze enemies. Play this free online game to try to help Rick Dangerous escape rolling bolders and angry amazonians. Have Fun!
Do you like some action, and do you also enjoy to play a free platform game online? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would like to play the free Rick Dangerous game online. Am I right? ;)
Use Arrows to move, ctrl and up = fire gun, ctrl and down = bomb, ctrl and left = stick, ctrl and right = stick, home key = cheat, ESC to reset, and Tab/P = pause.
This classic video game was originally designed and influenced by the Indiana Jones movie Raiders of The Lost Ark. The platform actually starts with Rick fleeing from a runaway bolder in cave, which is a classic scene in the very first Indiana Jones film. This sets the scene for the rest of the game. So hold on tight as we enter the world of...Rick Dangerous! Action...Adventure...all that neat stuff! Designed by the company Core Design, Rick Dangerous is a single player platform game that was released in 1989 by the publisher Rainbird Software. Set during the 1940s, the secret agent Rick Dangerous finds himself stranded in the Amazon jungle after an unexpected plane crash on his way to discover a lost tribe called the Goolu. Rick is armed with his trusty pistol and some dynamite, and must proceed to fight his way through various levels. Avoiding enemies and traps along the way. There are certain puzzle solving activities and traps that need to be negotiated, and Rick can use bombs to access areas that were previously inaccessible.
According to WikiPedia this video game received mixed, and some lukewarm reviews in the different gaming magazines. Zzap!64 pointed out that Rick Dangerous was a playable and fun platform-style game but not much more than that. Amiga Power was highly critical of the game and the reliance on pattern learning. Your Sinclair awarded Rick Dangerous with a 78 rating, stating that the game was "A trekkin' good arcade adventure. Simple but tricky, with that vital just-one-more-go element. The One magazine explained that "Rick Dangerous rates as one of the most enjoyable 16-bit arcade games in a long time. Neverless today this in one of timeless games of the classic gaming era.