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Rick Dangerous (ZX Spectrum)

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Description

You play Rick Dangerous, an Indiana Jones type who's on a quest to find the lost Coolu Amazon tribe. However, his plane crashes in the middle of a bunch of crazed Coolus. Hopefully he's up to the challenge of escaping. If he is, he will find himself in the pyramid of Egypt with no easy way past leaders and their minions, and then engulfed in a web of traps in a Nazi base.

Rick Dangerous is a platform game across over 100 screens, in which Rick has his gun in one hand, and dynamite sticks in another. You must take a methodical approach to clearing each screen, as there are traps in place which will need memorizing and preempting where possible. Use the dynamite wisely, for enemies you can't get into the purely-horizontal range of your gun.

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Rick Dangerous ZX Spectrum Even at the very beginning your in great danger as your chased by a boulder
Rick Dangerous ZX Spectrum These Egyptian heads need collecting
Rick Dangerous ZX Spectrum No Egyptian level would be complete without a sarcophagus
Rick Dangerous ZX Spectrum Title Screen

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Trivia

If you have DOS 5.0 or above you may get a "packed file corrupt" error when you try to run the game. Use "LOADFIX RICK" instead.

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There is no way to change the keys used in the game which are "Z,X,O,K" and "Space".

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Terok Nor (18323) added Rick Dangerous (ZX Spectrum) on Aug 31, 2004
Other platforms contributed by Quapil (4742), Famine3h (298), Martin Smith (63168), Pseudo_Intellectual (44370), MAT (70537) and Belboz (6553)