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Hungry Hungry Caesar

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Using a specially rigged AK 47 assult rifle, fire round after round of greasy french fry into Caesar's mouth until he bursts. Score as many lawsuits as you can in 60 seconds!

If you want a political reason for making this game. I am protesting the recent onslaught of lawsuits made by everyone, agaisnt everyone. We can't say, or do what we want in this country without the fear of being hit with a big fat subpoena. It just goes to show how far people will go just to make a lousy fucking buck. When I heard about mister barber's lawsuit against four fast food chains, and the REASON for the suits, I was sickened. It's like sueing a cat for purring, pointless. So I concentrated my anger and made this game for your enjoyment.

(I fixed the accuracy glitch, let me know if it gives you any more problems)

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I could have played that all day!

Man i kept going! it seemed like i'd never get past 50 seconds! Good game though I've played it b4 and it has nice graphix!!! keep it up Dom!



What can I say?

This shit ownz! It was awesome feeding this guy until his head exploded - kinda like when you feed a seagull alkaselzter(whatever) and it explodes. I kept shooting those damn fryboys in the head though cause they were in my way. Still, it was kute and made me crack up up yeah up! Ok, You got tha picture. Buh Byez.



Very good ineed!!

I loved it good graphics good game play and enough gore to satisfy my bloodthirst the exploding heads feature was a nice touch as well and the sounds and music just made me laugh...damn good job!!



Not bad

This can be better but....for a first its not bad to play.. Not bad



shit!!!!!!

it was pretty shit but was very short and it could have been longer the level could have changed each lawsuit overal GAY!!!


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Score
3.47 / 5.00

Uploaded
Aug 14, 2002
12:07 PM EDT
Genre
Action - Shooter - First Person
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  • Daily 2nd Place August 14, 2002