Franko: The Crazy Revenge (DOS)

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Alex and Franko were a pair of great friends, living in times where Poland was morphing from communist country into something else. Lost in the world, they couldn't find themselves in the new reality. Living in the Polish city of Szczecin, the two were growing up in a rather unfriendly neighbourhood. Mastering martial arts, they found their life tough but very interesting. Until one day a band of thugs attacked them. After a long fight, when Franko was able to see and feel again, he saw a body of his friend, and in his ears he still heard the laughter of the band's leader, Klocek. Now it's time for revenge.

Franko is a classical Double Dragon-style action game. With excessive amount of blood and violence, it is suitable for mature audiences only. The player walks right through the streets of a Polish city (decorated with typical decor of the communist era). On his way, he faces various kinds of enemies, from punks, through karatekas, to infamous Communist law enforcement groups like ZOMO. The enemies can be fought with a variety of hand-to-hand blows and moves, though some of them carry guns.


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Censored version

Original version of the game was packed on four disks and contained much more vulgar language. Before the game was released and compiled onto three disks, it was censored. Some dialogues during conversations with bosses were altered and some writings on the walls of the background scenery were erased. Strange as it may seem, none of the speech samples of vulgar words were deleted.

Uncensored version of the game in its pre-release form can be downloaded from here.

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