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Download Hare Raising Havoc

Hare Raising Havoc
 
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Hare Raising Havoc was made in 1991 by Disney. Now that’s a quality guarantee. It is a side-scrolling arcade adventure starring the well-known duo Roger Rabbit and Baby Herman. Roger plays Baby Herman’s babysitter. Herman’s mother goes into town to run errands and warns Roger that if anything happens to Herman, he’ll go back to the science lab. As soon as mom leaves, Herman crawls away, and locks Roger in. You must escape from each room, and catch Baby Herman before time runs out. This includes hopping, pushing, pulling, and using every single thing you can in an effort to escape. Basically what you need to do is prepare a set of traps, that Roger will fall into and accidentally escape a room (like getting hit on a head with the ironing board, moving the little green chair and then getting caught in the fan hanging from the ceiling). Your main opponent however is the clock (you’ll hear it ticking and every few minutes you’ll see how much time you still have left). It’s useful to pick up those sand watches (they put some minuts back on the clock).

The graphics in the game are awesome for the time they were made, but what do you expect from Disney? The sound is really good, though it can be quite choppy (depends which sound device you choose). The music in the game is good, though I think it could have been better. But what really sets the game off is the presence of voices. Each character has its own voice. Some voices are heard even if you set the sounds to PC speaker!

I loved this game, and I am still playing as I am writing this review. I hope you will like this game too. So download it as quickly as possible. Don't miss out. I'd give this game a 4 because of the sounds choppiness.

The game will not run properly without DOSBOX. It will run too slow on its own. You will probably need to run SETUP.bat first. The best setup for me was VGA graphics (3), Default sound (1) and default speed (1).

The game will ask you about an item Roger has in a pocket... it’s copyright protection. Just hit ENTER three times and you’ll be on your way!


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Reviewed by: Fawfulhasfury / Screenshots by: Fawfulhasfury / Uploaded by: Fawfulhasfury / share on facebook
 

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