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'Allo 'Allo is based on the long-running BBC TV comedy series set in occupied France in World War II.
From the back of the box:
This is without doubt one of the best platform arcade romps to come to your computer. Packed with madcap humour, action and addictive gameplay.
Full 360 Multi-directional scrolling!
Over 900K of stereo music and sound effects! The most spacious sound around!
Fully animated backgrounds some with 8 layers of parallax!
1 or 2 players (2 player option has simultaneous gameplay)
Difference game variations for 1 or 2 player options
Lots and lots of cartoon characters each with their own humorous styles
Well over 1 meg. of stunning graphics
So come on! Join our heroes on their quest to find both fake and genuine lost art treasures in this wacky cartoon caper!
Driving around in the car known as the "General Lee", you must avoid all sorts of obstacles in an attempt to catch up to Jeremiah Stinge. Beware though as Boss Hog and his police force are trying to chase you. The Duke boys are as usual on the side of right in this scenario and it's Jeremiah who has orchestrated things to put them on the wrong side of the law.
It's the weekend and Fred Flintstone returns home from work very excited about the Bedrock Super Bowl final tonight. As he arrives home Wilma reminds him of his promise to paint the living room before her mother arrives on Sunday. Wilma insists that Fred can only go bowling if he paints the living room. Reluctantly, Fred agrees, but he doesn't bargain for baby-sitting Pebbles and painting at the same time. Chaos, fun and the Flintstones humor is everywhere!
You play William Tell, a hero in his homeland; a symbol of freedom looking for justice. To the Emperor though he is a dangerous spark that must be extinguished. To the resistance he is a figurehead, a powerful ally, if only they can persuade him to join with them. Aim well, the hopes of many are on your shoulders.
CTU is investigating a series of terrorist attacks in the Los Angeles area ranging from an assassination attempt on the vice president to the kidnapping of the chairman of a highly profitable corporation. CTU identifies Peter Madsen, a former employee of Jack Bauer, as the leader of the terrorist cell responsible for the attacks on Los Angeles. What remains unknown to CTU is that the attacks have been arranged by an old enemy who plans on smuggling nuclear weapons into the hands of Middle Eastern terrorist networks. Jack Bauer must shoot, drive, and interrogate his way to the truth behind the attacks.