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Ruff n Tumble is a classic Commodore Amiga game. In this flash remake of the game you play different bosses from other games. Unfortunately Ruff n Tumble never got the recognition it aimed for, but remains a favorite for many Amiga fans. Have Fun!
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Arrow Keys to move and space bar to shoot.
Ruff 'n' Tumble is a horizontal platform scrolling shooter game for Commodore Amiga, developed by and published in 1994. This classic video game invites the player to take role of a character named Ruff Rogers, who accidentaly teleports to an alien planet through a rabbit hole. He has several tools at his disposal, including jumping, shooting various projectiles like bullets, missiles and lasers, and becoming a flame thrower; all with help of different power-ups that can be found and collected in every level. The goal of the classic game is to collect marbles that are scattered throughout 4 different worlds of the game. Each one consists of five different levels, the fith one being a boss fight. Each world features a different theme, has its own variety of enemies and traps, and has an industrial-metal soundtrack. The video game also provides the password system for easier access to the later content; although, it only grants access to the first level of the selected world.
Ruff 'n' Tumble was one of the best platformers ever released for the Amiga. This shoot 'em up game was very well received by the critics and claimed a couple of favorable titles from different Amiga magazines. According to WikiPedia upon its release the game saw several favorable reviews in Amiga magazines. For example, CU Amiga awarded a "CU Super Star" with a rating of 92% and the German Amiga Joker considered it an "Amiga Joker Mega Hit" with a rating of 91%. However, it was overlooked by the majority of players and did not gain wide popularity. It was never ported to other consoles in direct release.
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