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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 Disorderly originally made its debut on September 7th, 2001.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!

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Love this game I actually used to play this game when I was a bit younger nut knowing the actual ending in the game when I get to the final floor with the grim reaper himself with first vehicle chase and then facing him head on

Oh my God,I should be ashamed of myself for liking this. But it is truth in humor and not to be taken seriously. The combat is enjoyable and can be a challenge,try to attack from a slightly higher plane. The bonus games are fun if not downright disturbing. There is also a lot of humor in this,it is a bit on the naughty/deranged side.

But I seriously hate those button mash events like the arm wrestling,it reminds me so much of the button mash events in Mortal Kombat and Ninja Baseball Bat Man.

Overall,this is great and I think someone must have been pissed when dealing with the elderly when making this game. I believe they should be treated with respect,but they make that tough to do,especially when they refuse to SHUT THE FUCK UP!

i cant even commence what im about to say omg!!

i was laughing just abit when i pressed D to see him to split kick on the air and then got myself killed doing it!!!

can tell this is back in the day from the audio and animation look but hey humor is key

Streets of rage 4 is looking great.

Let's go beat up old people!

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4.56 / 5.00

Sep 9, 2003
8:32 PM EDT
Action - Fighting - Brawler
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