In 1998 I made a game with Europress’ Klik & Play, RoDney. Later Multimedia Fusion would release and I created RoDney ReMix which was a ton better. Here is the game fully scanned and virus-free, ready to download.
Hello Everyone, Do you like Pitfall by the great programmer, David Crane? I created a game just like Pitfall but with a story, I called it:
The first RoDney came, as a result, to learn how to create games, as such it was a pretty messily-created game. No scrolling, gravity would change with each frame, and the gameplay, Pitfall!
Four years later, with a newly purchased game-making software, I went back to RoDney and recreated it! This time I had excellent graphics, scrolling levels, great music, and an actual story. The enemy placement was exactly that of the original RoDney. Most importantly the Grizzly Bear was drawn by one of my best friends, Ryan!
I love colorful levels in games, Green Hill Zone and Pitfall to name a few, and RoDney was no different. Vibrant screen-popping graphics, perfect to set the tone on a rainy day!
Unlike Pitfall, RoDney contained a few bosses, apparently, he has guns, and arrow-shooting weaponry in his pocket at all times. Not to mention a few outfits.
RoDney can be challenging at times and as a whole a complete playthrough with a few deaths clocks in at just under 15 minutes.
There are multiple themed levels but all are colored vividly. There was also a sequel released but it was done when I was learning how to make games so it’s probably best left in the vault, ( I lost it! ).
I would love to ‘Remaster’ RoDney ReMix one more time, improving, making it more forgiving, possibly adding a new level, and definitely fleshing out the story some more.
I’ve always wanted to create a game again, with new levels released every week or month. In a time trial/points manner, with real prizes in the end.
If you think this is a good idea, please don’t hesitate to comment or shoot me an email at email@example.com. I will respond and look at every e-mail.
Go ahead and click the Download image down below, or click the link! Every file has been scanned as of June 28th, 2020, and has been found to be completely Virus-free.