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Download Double Dragon III - The Rosetta Stone

Double Dragon III - The Rosetta Stone
 
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Here is the last part of the Double Dragon series. It was made in 1992 by Virgin Interactive.

The graphics aren’t bad, but I can’t say the same thing for the sound. In the whole game you will hear about three different samples. The first one is when you hit someone, the second when you hit the boss of the current level and the last one is the sound of the swords of Japan in the third mission.

The story won’t get an Oscar, either; Billy and Jimmy are about to finish their martial arts course when they suddenly meet a mysterious old woman. The woman tells them about some strange rosetta stones with secret powers. She wants you to find the stones and return them to her.

Thus your quest begins. You can play as Billy or as Jimmy if you "buy" him in a shop. At the beginning the game is fun, but after about ten minutes of play you might get bored. During your five missions you’ll have to kill the bad guys and beat the boss at the end of each level. You can kick, punch, jump (which is a little bit difficult) and kick while jumping. You’ll use the latter all the time because it's the easiest way to destroy your enemies. You also have the option of jumping against a wall and hitting your enemies after you bounce back. Sometimes the game may become so annoying that if you are not a calm person, you will want to break the computer while yelling at the game. This begins in the third mission when the ninjas force you against the wall and every time you get up you fall back down immediately after being hit by ninja stars.

One thing I liked in the game were the shops. You can find them in every mission except the fourth. There you can buy some tricks, weapons, energy, power or an extra character (to play with Jimmy or someone else). The other thing was the motorcycle - during the first and last missions you’ll have to kick the bad guys from their motorcycles. However, the good things end here. Jumping and kicking gets boring, and you often decide to play something else. You can't pick up objects and throw them at your enemies. The bosses are quite easy to beat with no special hits or powers - you just have to hit them 10 times and they are dead. If you are a fan of the series play this last part, but if not, try something else.

This game doesn’t have a quit option. You will have to press Alt+Tab and then when you return to Windows you can press Ctrl+Alt+Del to close the game. (This applies only if you don’t use DOSBox).

 

Part of the Double Dragon Series


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