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Aug 11, 2004 | 11:32 PM EDT

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  • River City Ransom
    River City Ransom The classic NES brawler gets the Flash treatment, with tributes and remakes!

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Not much to say, really... Alex goes on a rampage in the River City warehouse and hurts a lot of people really bad. Sounds like a rampage to me.
Wow, guys, thanks for all the great reviews and (usually) constructive criticism! I'm in the process of making another one right now, and I'm taking into consideration all of the reviews I've read so far, and will be checking back for more. If you want to officially issue a suggestion to me, drop an idea down in our forums on the website (posted in my profile). Thanks again for all your support!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


I loved the movie so much that I bought river city ransom Ex.
please make more!

LoveYouChunk responds:

Wow, I'm glad to be of service. :-)
Save up an extra 30 bucks, there's a new double dragon out there for GBA that is also a really good game, begging for a Flash submission in it's honor. That is my next project after River City Rampage EX: Episode 2. Thanks for the props!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

That shit was smooth...

You know, that was some awesome fighting and special effects, I enjoyed watching that, the only thing that would have been better is if all the enemies would have fought back a little more, but damn, I still enjoyed watching that. U rule!!!


Rated 4 / 5 stars


boy that punch animations were better then the ones in the game.
how is it possible that the guy with the stick died after 2 shots?
oh and:
where did u get RCREX sprites?
(yes they were no top quality but better that than nothin).
If anybody know where i can find thoes sprites please PM me.
i mean walking,punching,kicking and others.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

yay violence

and its updated..good choice using GBA spirtes its better heh...i hope to see river city rampgae EX ep2 very soon!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great job!

That was the best use of sprites I've seen in a while.