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Rad Rodgers: World One

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The StoryRad is a rambunctious but spirited young boy who maybe plays too many video games. After dozing off at the tail end of a long night of gaming, Rad awakens to find his dusty old console has turned itself back on. Suddenly a vortex emerges and he's sucked into his TV, where he finds himself the star in his very own video game adventure.

Dusty is Rad's good-hearted but foul-mouthed, now-sentient game console. His clock speed isn't what it used to be, but what he lacks for in megahertz he makes up for with experience and attitude!

Rad & Dusty's adventure begins in the First World, taking them through seven dangerous stages of action-packed, humor-filled, hardcore platforming fun. This decaying jungle world has been infected by a fierce corruption, and it's up to the unlikely buddy-duo Rad and Dusty to save the jungle's inhabitants and restore the Elder Tree as guardian of the land.

FeaturesWeapons: Dusty arms Rad with a variety of radical bad-ass weaponry. The Bolt Blaster has unlimited ammo, is easy to use, and more than enough firepower to get the job done. The Phoenix Cannon shoots out a fiery bird whose wingspan lights enemies ablaze as it flies by. There are 5+ weapons in this first chapter, with more to come.

Sounds & Music: Our composer Andrew Hulshult combined his years of musical experience (both performing and writing) with his passion for retro-style gaming to create an amazing and authentic soundtrack for the game complete with MIDI-inspired music... And synthesizers!

The Pixelverse: While Rad and Dusty are a great team, only Dusty can enter the electrified Pixelverse -- a dangerous spacetime-breaking region that exists behind the game world. Dusty enters the Pixelverse when necessary to repair glitches in the running game world, allowing both Rad & Dusty to continue their journey.

Classic Easter Eggs: The game features hard-to-find collectibles in sometimes even harder-to-find classic secret rooms. Use your precision platforming skills to collect 'em all.
Release date
Interceptor Entertainment
3D Realms, HandyGames, THQ Nordic
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 SP1 (must have KB 2670838 installed) / Windows 8 / Windows 8.1
  • Processor: 2.3+ GHz
  • Memory: 6 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 540 or equivalent
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 8 GB available space
  • OS: Windows 10 64-bit
  • Processor: Intel Core i5
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 or AMD Radeon HD 7950 or better
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 8 GB available space
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Review: "Rad Rodgers: World One (PC)" "RR: WO" is a classic Shoot ' n ' platforming as you know it from the 90s, just currently hammered up and not so pixelated. Except in places where it is wanted due to play and with some attribute displays for the Atmosphere ^ ^. Our little Hero is drawn into the Pixel World after teasing for far too long and falling asleep over it, only to wake up in the middle of the Night and watch his beloved NES console come to Life and he takes it into a pixelated Maelstrom Pulled in the TV. When he arrives "over," Rad now finds himself a Hero in his own Video Game and is also enlightened accordingly by his lively and very elocible console. Henceforth, the two are travelling together in a Jungle full of Dangers, platforms and imaginative figures to bounce and balling through some old-classic Key puzzles and other Immovabilities, until the 7th and final Level In which the Final Boss waits. The Jungle World has been corrupted and contaminated and it is up to the unequal hero duo to put this Right. To do this, Rad acts in the colorful Main World and Dusty, the Console with the overlong arms ^ ^, in intermediate worlds in which he has to search for certain Objects and transport them back to the "right" World through tangible actions. It enters these Intermediate Worlds when Wheel enters an extremely pixelated (contaminated) Area and passes through a Pixel Gate. There, too, there is courageous fighting and Dusty swirls around with his Arms to fight back all sorts of flying objects, while being steered by tangled paths, trying to avoid anything that could electrify him (Walls, Obstacles, etc.). Once the necessary Objects were found and rightly closed, he finds himself again in the Main World and lo and behold, the Objects are now back where they belong, the Pixel Porridge is dissolved and usually a new Path has been cleared. You have to like platform hoops to become permanently happy in this Game and to advance Skillfully, the Ball insoles here are rather secondary, albeit in the adult version (at the Beginning of The game may be chosen between the "Children" and "Adult" versions * G *) everything is presented delightfully trashy and exaggeratedly bloody. Always an Ear Candy are Dusty's crude Sayings and the Soundtrack Inserts that always fittingly underline the pixel action. Graphically, there is a lot on offer here, the retro style on which so many Players stand today can be found as well as extremely clear and detailed graphics and Graphic Effects (based on the U4 engine). The Control takes getting used to the PC. All Around, however, a fancy Game for in between has succeeded, which unfortunately only got a little Short, but it's already a lot of Fun and gets a little too little Attention, but that changes. With possible world additions?! [The Screenshots below also include some for upcoming, planned worlds!] Rating: Game Fun: 5 out of 6 Points. Data: Platform: PC USK: 0 Publisher: 3d Realms Screenshots: http://www.heimspiele.info/PC/?p=4227
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