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Joe & Mac [NES] – T-Rex & Baby T-rex

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Media: video game: “Joe & Mac”
Developer: Elite Systems
Platform: NES

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The boss of level 1 is a tyrannosaurus (after the smaller T-rex). He attacks mainly by spitting rocks, but occasionally will spit out smaller rexes that will attack you. The red tyrannosaurus (the second-to-last boss) seems to only be able to spit up rocks and not smaller dinosaurs.

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 December 23 at 00:00

Caveman Games – Sabre-tooth Tiger

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Media: video game: “Caveman Games” by Data East
Platform: Nintendo Entertainment System

On the game cover we can see a sabre-tooth tiger with one of the cavemen’s feet sticking out of his mouth. This is a reference to one of the games known as Saber Race.

This is a simple race, but rather than finding out who can cross the finish line, the emphasis seems to be to see who can avoid not being the sabre-tooth tiger’s meal. Although both participants can make it to the tree and climb it to avoid being eaten, if the sabre-tooth catches up to either caveman, they will enter a cartoony ‘fight cloud’ and are told that caveman was eaten, though we don’t really see it.

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 July 25 at 00:00

Caveman Games – Tyrannosaurus

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Media: video game: “Caveman Games” by Data East
Platform: Nintendo Entertainment System

One of the events of this game is known as Dino Vault.

Just as one can imagine, this is a spin on the pole vault event, where a caveman is to vault over a tyrannosaurus. If they are to vault directly toward the mouth, the dinosaur will chew up the caveman, spitting him out wearing nothing but their caveman underwear (unlike the C64 version where they’re in the nude) into the water before grinning. Otherwise, if the caveman does not vault directly into the mouth, the dino will grab the caveman’s loin cloth, shaking them out of their clothes into the water before eating the clothes instead.

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 July 18 at 00:00

Joe & Mac [NES] – Unknown Predator / Joe, Mac

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Media: video game: “Joe & Mac”
Developer: Elite Systems
Platform: NES

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Much like the other versions of this game, the last level takes place inside a dinosaur (having defeated it in the previous level). In this version of the game however, we don’t explicitly see this happening. The second-to-last boss is against a red tyrannosaurus, while the last stage simply begins in the setting of a giant creature’s insides.

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Last Updated: 2012 Feb 15.

Written by Dragan Komodo

2010 August 13 at 00:00

Joe & Mac [NES] – The Legendary Giant Tyrant Triffid / Joe, Mac

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Media: video game: “Joe & Mac”
Developer: Elite Systems
Platform: NES

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The boss of the second stage is known as ‘The Legendary Giant Tyrant Triffid’. Much like the arcade version of this game, the Triffid is able to devour the cavemen resulting in an instant life lost. It differs in that it has no vines, so cannot grab the cavemen to do so – instead, walking too close to the Triffid will cause the caveman to be ‘inhaled’ into its mouth, before chewing and spitting up skeletal remains.

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Last Updated: 2013 May 11.

Written by Dragan Komodo

2010 August 12 at 00:00