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Hobbit Rampage

rated 3.74 / 5 stars
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Aug 26, 2005 | 10:07 AM EDT

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**Edit: Thanks for front, also before you complain about speed, you need to adjust the graphic settings... that is why there are so many of them... game is played better in IE too!

Fight your way through 25 levels, 5 worlds, and a multitude of baddies in this sidescrolling flash fighting/platform game. Take on the role of a hobbit and fight your way to the end! Fight with five different weapons (once you find them, of course). Hope you enjoy it!

Our goal in this one was to make a flash platformer that pushed the limits of flash. It took over 100 hours to complete, and features a home-brewed physics engine, damage engine, and game system. All art in the game was hand drawn, some even done frame-by-frame. Music was put together in GarageBand. This was the largest project we have ever taken on, and we hope that it brings as much joy as it was to make it. So go at it!



Rated 5 / 5 stars


That was a stunning experience! Do more things like this!


Rated 4 / 5 stars


dude, that shit was epic. it kept me hooked until the final moment. last three lives and i completed it! yay 4 me!


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Kinda styless

It wasn't a particularly bad game, I've played worse, but it felt awkward in every action. And i expected something a lot more hobbity, there wasn't to seperate the character from just a normal person. Style is everything and this has just too little to hold my attention.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


I voted 5 to piss the other guy off.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Tolkien this Ain't

Coming into "Hobbit Rampage" I expected, I don't know, a little more rampaging, a little less soothing celtic music. Rampage implies massive carnage, bloodletting on mythilogical scale. Rather than that, "Hobbit Rampage" has a Rayman style halfling poking rabbits and other woodland creatures with a tiny dagger the size of a fork. Admittedly you upgrade to other weapons, but the whole time I played I felt less like I was goin' medival on the cute bunnys, and more like I was poaching for some hares to make some stew before luncheon came around. The controls are passable, and the graphics clean, but change the name! It's more misleading than Frodo's relationship with Samwise!