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Who Framed Roger Rabbit (DOS)

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Description

Roger Rabbit has been framed for the murder of Marvin Acme, head of the Acme Corporation. Acme's will states that upon his death, Toon Town would be left ot the Toons, but the will is nowhere to be found. You have to find the will and save your wife, Jessica, from Judge Doom and his weasels.

The game takes place in Hollywood, 1947, where Toons are alive. There are 4 levels in the game, 2 of which are driving levels (levels 1 & 3). Roger and Benny the cab have to beat the weasels to the destination, while dodging cars, trams and Judge Doom's dip which is scattered on the road. There are pick-ups to help you on your way.

Level 2 is the Ink & Paint Club. The will is on one of the tables. Roger has to pick up all the pieces of paper the penguin waiters put down, whilst avoiding the alcohol and gorilla bouncer.

Level 4 has you in Judge Dooms warehouse trying to save your wife, Jessica from the dip truck. You have to use gags to progress and make the weasels laugh themselves to death, literally!

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Who Framed Roger Rabbit DOS If you lose all your lives, it's game over (EGA)
Who Framed Roger Rabbit DOS Save Jessica from Judge Doom by rescuing her (EGA)
Who Framed Roger Rabbit DOS Baby Herman tells you what to do (EGA)
Who Framed Roger Rabbit DOS Beat the Weasels to the Ink & Paint Club. Avoid traffic, the dip puddles and pick up power-ups along the way (EGA)

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An EGA version of this game was available from the manufacturers. This version is extremely rare.
Trixter (8733) added Who Framed Roger Rabbit (DOS) on Mar 01, 1999
Other platforms contributed by Macintrash (2507) and Servo (55804)