C64 Bop’n Rumble
Bop’n Rumble game data
Commodore 64 game name: Bop’n Rumble | Release date:
Publisher: Melbourne House |
Game media type: prg |
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About Commodore 64 Bop’n Rumble
In the game “Bop’n Rumble,” players step into the shoes of the suave and tough Duke Davis (also known as Duke Dunnegan, according to the game’s packaging). Sporting a bright yellow tank top, cool sunglasses, and matching yellow pants, Duke takes on the role of a street fighter with a past as a punk rocker and a reputation as the “world’s coolest” martial artist.
As Duke, players embark on a gritty journey through various stages, each one packed with gangsters that need to be dispatched. Duke’s encounters are not just with ordinary foes; he faces off against an eclectic mix of adversaries, including aggressive gorillas and mischievous circus dwarves known for hurling hammers. In the computer versions of the game, these dwarves are replaced by elderly ladies who throw purses instead.
The game is structured into 15 challenging stages, each offering a unique setting and obstacles. To keep players engaged and amused between stages, witty and thought-provoking quotes are presented, like “Never trouble trouble until trouble troubles you.”
Duke is not without his own arsenal of moves. Among his repertoire are the formidable “bull ram” attack and the cunning “trip” move, both of which are essential for overcoming the varied threats he encounters. “Bop’n Rumble” is a journey through the rough and tumble streets, where quick wits and quick fists are the keys to survival.
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Bop’n Rumble C64 keyboard mapping
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|LEFT / RIGHT CTRL
|LEFT / RIGHT SHIFT