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That's right, the classic game by Zeebarf and I is finally in the Portal, to celebrate it's TWO YEAR ANNIVERSARY! Disorderly originally made its debut on September 7th, 2001.
Disorderly is a classic beat'em-up in the tradition of Final Fight and Double Dragon. Instead of fighting an evil mob, however, you beat up old folks in a nursing home! Bonus games add to the fun!
Let us know what you think - feedback is still appreciated after all these years!
Artwork by Zeebarf!
Programming by Tom Fulp!
I killed Death, for a Scooby Doo knock-off ending? Yeah, that sounds worth it.
This is a classic game.
To this day I still wonder what your biggest inspiration was to make this game?
At any door aside the managers office right click the screen and press play, you can land an infinite amount of entries per door, this includes boss doors. Even if you've been in a room clicking the right mouse button and pressing play enters it again.
Awesome game Tom. Gato Gary is the biggest asshole of this game however since I have to attack him somewhat diagonally, which adds an extra difficulty flavor. I remember playing this game back when I was in Elementary School with my friend (mostly because we wanted to see the guy get a blowjob from the nurse.) It IS a tad bit hard however but I finally got done with it this time after continuous grinding for strength.
Another Newgrounds classic!
i cant get enough of playing this game, now i can actually manage to play it all the way through without dying once. play it practically everyday when i get home from work. helps me relax for some strange reason. still love beating up the smirnoff brothers, just such a ridiculously amazing game.
10/10 and 5* all the way, now make a second one. :-)
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