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€uro-Man (Windows)

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Description

This game uses the introduction of the Euro currency as a theme to develop a 2001 version of Pacman. Welcome Euroman! Your goal is to travel to eight countries (Belgium, France, Germany, Spain, ...) and collect their old currency. Watch out, because Dollar Man, Ninja Yen and James Pound will be chasing you. The game uses a 3D isometric view and features different types of backdrops.

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€uro-Man Windows Collect the red power-ups to slow down the enemies for a while. You can eat them too.
€uro-Man Windows Title screen
€uro-Man Windows Game over, I guess Duitenberg isn't happy with that.
€uro-Man Windows First level: Holland

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  • "Euro-Man" -- Common spelling

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Trivia

Dr. Duitenberg, the superhero guiding Euro-Man, is a spoof of the Dutchman Wim Duisenberg. Duisenberg was the president of the European Central Bank at the time of the Euro's introduction. The pictured Superhero guiding Euroman looks like Mr. Duisenberg too. Duitenberg, his name in the game, is a Dutch word which literally translates to "Dr. Heap of coins".
Sciere (245760) added €uro-Man (Windows) on Mar 08, 2004