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Desc:This was a terrible game, and I loved it.
Category:Video Games, Arts
Tags:shareware, rockford, childhood stress
Submitted:brickroad
Date:04/28/11
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Comment count is 10
Raggamuffin - 2011-04-29
So it's dig dug for racists?
chairsforcheap - 2011-04-29
yeah it's digdug for racists.

baleen - 2011-04-29
Really upset this wasn't based on the TV show. And no it's not Dig Dug based it's a rip off of Broderbund's classic "Boulderdash."
exy - 2011-04-29
Completely true. But since I got my hands on this before I got Boulderdash, it's completely legitimate.

Cube - 2011-04-29
I think this was an actual commercial game, not shareware. The Amiga version was much better, at least when it comes to graphics and sound.
klingerbgoode - 2011-04-29
I didn't know they made a game of The Rockford Files
Billie_Joe_Buttfuck - 2011-04-29
Used to rock the hell out of this on my Tandy yo
themilkshark - 2011-04-29
Those are some terrible sfx
fluffy - 2011-04-30
You'd have pretty terrible sfx if you only had a one-channel square wave generator too.

B_Ko - 2012-11-07
I don't understand. So it's a top down game, but gravity mysteriously applies to the rocks? Is there some sort of intense magnetism in the south pole of Lame Ass Aztec Approximation Land?
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