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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 Disorderly originally made its debut on September 7th, 2001.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'll admit I'm messed up

But the only problems I have with this game is it should save after every say 5 rooms you pass and vouchers were pointless you only ever get to use two when you die, and fighting gets not only boring but it sucks you can barely do anything. I love practically every other game by the makers but this one sucks

Could be better.

While this game is unmistakably immoral, it is a tiny bit entertaining once you get past the fact that you're killing old people. But I agree with 1marcos6; with quite a few changes, this could be a wonderful immoral game! xP
I also agree with DonKing 100%! I love old people! Have you ever been to a nursing home and actually spent time with them? Most of them are hilariously fun to be around!
Though even if I had to kill them like in the game, I'd never just beat them up. It's just plain boring to do the same brutal thing over and over. I'd come up with different tactics--there's countless easy ways to do so! Elders are so open and fragile!!!

I like it.

I like it


:( Killing elderly people smh

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4.19 / 5.00

Sep 9, 2003
8:32 PM EDT
Action - Fighting - Brawler
  • Daily 2nd Place September 10, 2003
  • Weekly 3rd Place September 10, 2003