DOS - 1989
Also released on: Commodore 64 - Amiga - Amstrad CPC - Atari ST - Apple II
Description of Bad Dudes
Another excellent conversion of a coin-op classic by Quicksilver, Bad Dudes is a Double Dragon style platform classic which more than makes up for its lack of variety with a lot of enemies, long levels, and many special moves.
While not as good as Double Dragon due to limited number of moves and repetitive enemies and levels, the game still packs enough punch to entertain action fans for hours on end. Not Quicksilver's best, but not their worst either. Arcade fans will probably have some fun trying to rescue the Present of the United States in this game (although he's hardly worth saving).
Review By HOTUD
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Comments and reviews
fomo 2020-04-13 -1 point
I liked this game a lot back then. Very playable side scrolling beat em' up. 2 bad dudes in converse walking through levels kicking seven shades of siht outta ninjas. Probaly to save some girlfriend or something.. not important anyway lol, just about toasting ninjas Shinobi/kung fu master style.
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