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Two weeks after having destroyed the running bot in The Armageddon Eclair, detective Prick Peckard crashed his car in the back of the hangar. Being afraid of heights, he drives with the windows as dark as possible and as his land-o-matic had a failure, he couldn't land properly. So, he needs to pass a check flight. The usual instructor being deceased, he meets Dr Noriko, a beautiful woman and tries to seduce her for getting away with the check flight. Unfortunately for him, she's not impressed and here he is, with her, in a flying car, ready to take off for a dangerous flight. Will Prick get it right?

Barn Runner 2: The Ejection Rejection is a sort of sequel of Barn Runner 1: The Armageddon Eclair. Indeed, this game is a demo showing what Barn Runner: Forever Friday will contain as retro minigames. In an arcade-style, with a top-down perspective, you're driving the flying car through different levels with a challenge to win apart from staying alive: drive in a traffic lane, passing laser gates, shooting target droids, etc.. You have also to check your health and fuel bars without forgetting the different power-ups, upgrading your weapons.

The game is also a remake of She's So Fine, My AutoDyne, which was also later released as The Ejection Rejection. Cyclone Alley before this version.


Barn Runner 2: The Ejection Rejection Windows Drive in that lane while avoiding military vessels and without crashing into the traffic.
Barn Runner 2: The Ejection Rejection Windows You have to drive through these laser gates.
Barn Runner 2: The Ejection Rejection Windows First flight, first death... after a few seconds
Barn Runner 2: The Ejection Rejection Windows Prick and Noriko

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vicrabb (7299) added Barn Runner 2: The Ejection Rejection (Windows) on Mar 29, 2009