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The Adventures of Fatman

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To the Fat Mobile, let's go !!
You are the crime fighter for the city of Shadowlawn. Just when you're complaining about how dull things have been, a supervillain named Toxicman is created from a botched act of corporate sabotage. It is up to you, then, to tear yourself away from food long enough to save the city from certain destruction...

There is fun, laughs and even some heroic moments to be had in The Adventures of Fatman: Toxic Revenge! Now available at budget price for Steam collectors, the first commercial AGS game returns to your screens. This special edition includes extra easter eggs & an improved ending. Additional special features, trading cards & soundtrack are also included!

Yesterday's technology, today !!
+ Comedy adventure game suitable for all (some mild comic violence)
+ Parody point & click with a retro kick
+ Full English voice acting
+ Interesting locations to visit & fun characters to meet
+ Hand-drawn art & animations, original soundtrack
+ Designer commentary in-game
+ Easy mode (normal, hints & retries) or hard mode (no saves, no hints + sudden death)

The Adventures of Fatman: Toxic Revenge was originally released in 2003, the first videogame made with Adventure Game Studio to be sold commercially. This version is the 2007 re-release or "special edition" (mostly fixes and refinement of the original version).

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SOCKO! Entertainment
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System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: 98, 2000, XP
  • Processor: Pentium III
  • Memory: 250 MB RAM
  • Graphics: VGA
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
  • Sound Card: MIDI compatible
Recommended:
  • OS: XP, Vista, 7
  • Processor: AMD Athlon MMX
  • Memory: 500 MB RAM
  • Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 4200
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
  • Sound Card: MIDI compatible
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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The Adventures of Fatman reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Fatman, as the Name suggests, is the eating, smelly and arguably useless Superhero of Shadowlawn. Until you take it over and go into the Tuver. The Game looks like Anno's in the mix, but has Voiceover and Music support. The Characters are funny, especially the contaminated Villain without Superpower. The Puzzles are a bit difficult after all, if you don't play adventures so often it could be that you're overwhelmed. There's a simple and a heavy Mode, the Difference is: No Saving, no Help and you can die. The Game is Retro, looks old and the Operation is difficult. Still, it's Fun. Friends of old Adventures will like it
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Microsoft from Spain
Juegazo where we will control Fatman (Fat Man) in a sandbox that offers a map bigger than the "mini bar" by Joaquín Sabina. You Laugh at GTAs and jueguicos like that. The case that Fatman will go from here to there solving missions in an environment with an AI state designed by Google and Squire Robotics, able to give personality to each and every one of the inhabitants of Shadowlawn (the city). This Artificial intelligence has been programmed and trained at the headquarters of Squire Robotics de Molinicos (Murcia) solving millions of tongue twisters in Paocho, as well as synthesizing the perfect crumb recipe. Imagine the digital brain that may have come from there. In Addition, the game has 8k resolution (I recommend to see the full screen captures to appreciate the level of detail) with some textures that will leave you with sweet potato paste. The latest update includes compatibility with virtual reality glasses, to feel like a real Fatman and spend the days being the savior of Shadowlawn. So your whole social circle will admire you and your life is going to reach the fullness you've always sought. The Soundtrack is spectacular, with the label Fernandisco approved and features original songs from groups such as Aerosmith, ACDC, Bob Dylan, The Consortium, Bruce Springsteen, David Hasselhoff and Antonio Orozco. The argument has broken all the molds of what we knew so far. Have joined the writers of the famous Spanish series Code Fire to give birth to this work summit of unexpected turns, reunions with the past, paradigm changes, ramifications and all those palabros that are hard for critics. The gameplay is delicious. Apart from VR glasses, "The Adventures of Fatman" will enable your computer to understand your thoughts, so you can control the game with your mind. Well, there's little more to be said. It'S THE ULTIMATE GAME. Buy it, whatever it takes. Is There multiplayer mode? Of course. In Addition, you will not only be able to play with your friends, because it has an option called "Ouija Connect" that connects with the beyond with and allows to play even with people already dead. Save Shadowlawn with Genghis Khan! And DLCs? They Are working on the expansion "The outskirts of Shadowlawn", which includes shanty towns, wastelands, industrial estates and roundabouts with Cladode included. What a game, huh? I still don't believe it.
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