Who framed roger rabbit game

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The lowest-priced brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging where packaging is applicable.

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Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. See details for additional description. The Plot: In this game loosely based on the movie you play as goofy 'toon Roger Rabbit on a quest to save Toontown, and your lovely wife Jessica, from the clutches of Judge Doom.

The Graphics: Quite good for an original Game Boy title, they incorporate nice shading, detail and good sized sprites. The game uses a top-down perspective like most of the 2D Zelda series giving you a good overview of your surroundings.

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The Sound: About average, or a bit above, you'll hear several different tunes during the game, but nothing too catchy or moving. Sound effects work well I like the "clanking" sound as the trolley starts up.

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The Game-Play: Though rather short, it was a pret ty fun romp. Boss fights provided some variation, but generally weren't terribly challenging. Fortunately in this case they aren't very long. Other thoughts: The item screen has far more blanks than will be filled during the game, so I wonder if this was originally planned as a longer quest.

All-in-all it's a good little game you can probably get through in an afternoon, and worth picking up especially if you're a who framed roger rabbit game. Read full review. Really who doesn't love Roger Rabbit!!!! Really can't wait to give the gift to watch how much they will enjoy playing. A Great buy. About this product. Make an offer:. Stock photo. Brand new: Lowest price The lowest-priced brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging where packaging is applicable. Buy It Now. Add to cart. Make Offer. There is a small tear in the wrap in back. Everything you will see listed are originals and are either factory sealed or in mint, new condition.

This item is very rare to find and even rarer to find in this condition, so don't miss out. Sold by rarebucky About this product Product Information An adventure game patterned after the film of the same name, Who Framed Roger Rabbit sees the luckless hare embark on a quest to clear his name and rescue his beloved Jessica from the villainous Judge Doom. Viewing from a top-down perspective, players make their way between each area, talking to the locals or searching for clues and items that may prove useful.

Important items are stored in Roger's inventory and each must be used in a particular area in order to surmount the obstacles and puzzles that impede his progress. As in the movie, the Weasels -- Greasy, Psycho, Stupid, and Wheezy -- will attempt to foil Roger's progress at every turn and he will need to fight them off using a variety of cartoon-inspired implements, including a mallet and the Toon Gun.

Though he possesses only meager health reserves, Roger can eat carrots strewn about the environments in order to replenish health lost during confrontations with the Weasels. Who Framed Roger Rabbit utilizes a password system in order to record progress. Additional Product Features Release Year. Based on the Robert Zemeckis film of the same name Explore six "scenes" as you solve puzzles and acquire useful items Fight off the weasels using the infamous Toon Gun.

Show More Show Less. Any Condition Any Condition. EUR EUR 1, See all 6 - All listings for this product. Ratings and Reviews Write a review. Most relevant reviews. Not the Best of the Best, but Enjoyable Nonetheless! Who Framed Roger Rabbit?? Best Selling in Video Games See all. Super Mario Odyssey - Nintendo Switch 4. Mario Kart 8 - Deluxe - Nintendo Switch 4. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Nintendo Switch, 4.

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Who Framed Roger Rabbit