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DescriptionRedneck Rampage is a pseudo-3D first person shooter much like Duke Nukem 3D, with 2D sprites for enemies and other objects. In fact, it uses the same Build engine as Duke Nukem 3D.
Redneck Rampage also has a singularly unique setting... instead of taking place in an alien installation or secret government facility, the game is set in the backwater small town of Hickston, Arkansas.
It seems that a bunch of tabloid leather-fetish cyborg aliens have abducted the town's stereotypical redneck inhabitants and cloned them. The aliens have also abducted Bessie, the prize pig of brothers Leonard and Bubba. As Leonard you'll have to fight the local yokel clones as well as the aliens throughout Hickston to rescue your pig.
The 'Redneck' theme is used very heavily. Levels range from trailer parks to chicken processing plants, and the arsenal of odd weapons include a gun that shoots circular saws, a TNT crossbow, and even a machine gun bra. Also, instead of armor and health kits, you restore health and become tougher by drinking whisky and eating pork rinds. But if you drink too much you go into "drunk mode" with blurred vision and stumbling movement.
There are no Macintosh user screenshots for this game.
There are 65 other screenshots from other versions of this game or official promotional screenshots.
Part of the Following Groups
- 2.5D Engine: Build
- BPjS / BPjM indexed games
- Gameplay feature: Recordable replays
- Redneck Rampage series
There are no reviews for the Macintosh release of this game. You can use the links below to write your own review or read reviews for the other platforms of this game.
|All Game Guide||1999||80|
|Mac Gamer||1999||50 out of 100||50|
|AppleLinks.Com||Sep 13, 1999||40|
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BugsThis game normally works fine under a Windows operated DOS shell, right until you reach the game's final boss. At that point the game WILL crash back to the desktop with an error message. If you want to fight the final boss and see the ending, you'll have to play the game under pure DOS. Playing the game under Windows operated DOS shell will also make impossible to finish 'Ruins' level (ep.2, lvl.4). The last door will not open unless you play that level in pure DOS.
German indexOn September 30, 1997, Redneck Rampage was put on the infamous German index by the BPjS. For more information about what this means and to see a list of games sharing the same fate, take a look here: BPjS/BPjM indexed games.
ManualThe game's manual comes in the form of a "newspaper" with various humor articles parodying tabloid reporting and small town life in general.
Parental lockThe full version has a parental lock for the adult language.
SoundtrackRedneck Rampage has an eight song soundtrack (that can be played in any standard CD player)
- Mojo Nixon - UFOs Big Rigs & BBQ
- The Beat Farmers - Baby's Liquored Up
- The Reverend Horton Heat - Nurture My Pig
- Cement Pond - Trash Can
- The Beat Farmers - Gettin' Drunk
- The Reverend Horton Heat - Wiggle Stick
- Cement Pond - Vixen
- Mojo Nixon - You Can't Kill Me
WeaponsThe .454 Casull only has room for five rounds in the chamber since the bullets are so large. However in the game the Casull shoots six shots before reloading just like your typical revolver pistol. Redneck Rampage is worth rescuing from the bum bin for the 8 song hoot & Holler soundtrack (that can be played in any standard CD player)
Information also contributed by ClydeFrog, Jeanne, and Xoleras
Related Web Sites
- Bertram's Lair (Cool site for all games in the Redneck Series. Also, download 'Route 66' for free!)
- Redneck Rampage (official game site at Interplay's, archived copy from 1997 by the Wayback Machine)
- The Redneck Rampage Barnyard (Fan site with information and files.)
- The Redneck Rampage Webpage (Site with forum, cheats, various files and information.)
- Totally Redneck (Seems someone actually made a page for this game. Contains walkthroughs and custom levels for the game and the various add-on packs for it.)
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