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The Cool Croc Twins (Commodore 64)

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Cool Croc Twins is a platform game where, as one of the cool crocodile twins Punk and Funk, you try to reach the beautiful crocodile girl.

To do so, you'll have to complete over 60 levels. Each level is made of a bunch of thin, floating platforms. When you approach the edge of a platform, you do not fall off - rather, you begin walking upside-down on the other side! Instead of jumping, you "reverse the gravity" of your croc, causing him to fall up or down until he lands on a platform.

You goal on each level is to light up all the bulbs by bumping them with your head. If you hit the bulb three times it will be completely lit up. Some bulbs are invisible on higher levels. There are also foes who want to stop you and who sabotage your efforts by bumping into the bulbs you've lit, turning them off. Your foes can walk on both sides of the platforms just as you and can jump from platform to platform just as you, so watch out!

The game can be played by 2 players, so if you are Funk then your friend is Punk and you can challenge each other in scores.


The Cool Croc Twins Commodore 64 Direction-reversers are introduced here
The Cool Croc Twins Commodore 64 I remember when Punk was young, me and Funk had so much fun
The Cool Croc Twins Commodore 64 Main menu
The Cool Croc Twins Commodore 64 You need to use the sides here

Alternate Titles

  • "נשרוקים" -- Hebrew spelling

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64'er Sep, 1992 8 out of 10 80


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Martin Smith (63107) added The Cool Croc Twins (Commodore 64) on May 24, 2005
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