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Desc:I wanted this game so bad as a kid, but my local borders only had the Macintosh version.
Category:Video Games, Nature & Places
Tags:warner brothers, bad games, adventure games, hell cab, pepe moreno
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Comment count is 6
snothouse - 2011-04-25
Ah, programmers doing all the acting. Every one of games was like community theater hell.
hammsangwich - 2011-04-25
The QuickTime or AVI movie D:\HCDATA\QA\BLACKRAI.MV could not be opened.
Quad9Damage - 2011-04-25
Oh shit. I got this game in one of those 20 CD shovelware packages for my birthday one year (12th?) It also came with Maddog MaCree, Who Shot Johnny Rock, Corridor 7 (which ran exactly once and never again) Journeyman Project Turbo, etc. I had a little bit of fun with this game, but I can't remember how far I got. I might have gotten eaten by a dinosaur.
Jack Dalton - 2011-04-26
I remember those. The one I got --if I remember correctly-- had a nice mix of Lucas Arts games (Sam and Max) along with some abysmal FMV crap from other studios (Dennis Miller's "That's Geek to me").

Jet Bin Fever - 2011-04-26
There's such a great atmostphere to these photorealistic 90s games.
Jet Bin Fever - 2011-04-26
atmosphere*... that is.

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