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13th Sep '17 8:35:34 AM Piterpicher
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''Versus Umbra'' is a video game created by Arkuni in 2011. It's a shooter game, where you play as one of four characters. The weaponry is varied and every time you level up, you can choose a perk that will improve the character's abilities.
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Indexes: Website/{{Kongregate}}
8th Sep '17 10:34:32 PM Piterpicher
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! A page on ''VideoGame/AdventureFunPak'' in progress. Help appreciated.
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''Adventure Fun-Pak'' is a video game developed and published by Creator/{{Apogee}} in 1987 for DOS. It's a UsefulNotes/{{Shovelware}} collection that contains four games:
* ''Rogue Runner'': A maze game in which you must find the Heart Of Courage and avoid other dead adventurers. The game contains helpful items (Pickaxes and maps).
* ''Night Bomber'': A strategy game in which you must pick an angle between 1 to 45 degrees, and then fire a bomb at the enemy city. For some reason, there's no way to come back to the main menu.
* ''The Raiders Of The Forbidden Mine'': A game in which you collect gold for money, air for survival and avoid an aggresive ghost.
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!! The games provide these tropes:
* DifficultyLevels: ''Raiders Of The Forbidden Mine'' has three: (B)eginner, (A)verage and (E)xpert.
* FallenHero: The enemies in ''Rogue Runner'' are adventurers who tried to get through the dungeon like you.
* InvisibleWall: ''Rogue Runner'' has them. They're shown at the beginning for a bit, then most of them disappear. Touching them will make them re-appear.
* MacGuffin: ''Rogue Runner'' is about finding the Precious Heart Of Courage.
* MinigameGame: This game is a compilation of four minigames.
* ObviousRulePatch: You thought just hiding behind a wall will save you from enemies in ''Rouge Runner''? Nope, because enemies can break through them too!
* OxygenMeter: ''Raiders Of The Forbidden Mine'' has an AIR meter. If it falls to 0, you die, though it can be replenished.
* {{Teleportation}}: Using the teleportation scroll in to save yourself ''Rogue Runner'' may be necessary.
* TrailOfBlood: In ''Raiders Of The Forbidden Mine'', there are bloody marks on the walls (In story, not the game itself due to graphical limitations), which are supposed to be a warning for the ghost.
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\n! A page on ''VideoGame/AdventureFunPak'' in progress. Help appreciated.\n----\n[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rnrtdos11037404.png]]\n''Adventure Fun-Pak'' is a video game developed and published by Creator/{{Apogee}} in 1987 for DOS. It's a UsefulNotes/{{Shovelware}} collection that contains four games:\n* ''Rogue Runner'': A maze game in which you must find the Heart Of Courage and avoid other dead adventurers. The game contains helpful items (Pickaxes and maps).\n* ''Night Bomber'': A strategy game in which you must pick an angle between 1 to 45 degrees, and then fire a bomb at the enemy city. For some reason, there's no way to come back to the main menu.\n* ''The Raiders Of The Forbidden Mine'': A game in which you collect gold for money, air for survival and avoid an aggresive ghost.\n----\n!! The games provide these tropes:\n* DifficultyLevels: ''Raiders Of The Forbidden Mine'' has three: (B)eginner, (A)verage and (E)xpert.\n* FallenHero: The enemies in ''Rogue Runner'' are adventurers who tried to get through the dungeon like you.\n* InvisibleWall: ''Rogue Runner'' has them. They're shown at the beginning for a bit, then most of them disappear. Touching them will make them re-appear.\n* MacGuffin: ''Rogue Runner'' is about finding the Precious Heart Of Courage.\n* MinigameGame: This game is a compilation of four minigames.\n* ObviousRulePatch: You thought just hiding behind a wall will save you from enemies in ''Rouge Runner''? Nope, because enemies can break through them too!\n* OxygenMeter: ''Raiders Of The Forbidden Mine'' has an AIR meter. If it falls to 0, you die, though it can be replenished.\n* {{Teleportation}}: Using the teleportation scroll in to save yourself ''Rogue Runner'' may be necessary.\n* TrailOfBlood: In ''Raiders Of The Forbidden Mine'', there are bloody marks on the walls (In story, not the game itself due to graphical limitations), which are supposed to be a warning for the ghost.\n----\nIndexes: VideoGamesOfThe1980s----
8th Sep '17 11:19:17 AM Piterpicher
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* ''The Raiders Of The Forbidden Mine'': A game in which you collect gold for money, air for survival and avoid an aggresive ghost.



* DifficultyLevels: ''Raiders Of The Forbidden Mine'' has three: (B)eginner, (A)verage and (E)xpert.



* MinigameGame: This game is a compilation of four minigames.



* OxygenMeter: ''Raiders Of The Forbidden Mine'' has an AIR meter. If it falls to 0, you die, though it can be replenished.



* JustForFun/TheTropelessTale: While other games obviously have tropes, ''Night Bomber'' doesn't really have any...

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* JustForFun/TheTropelessTale: While other games obviously have tropes, ''Night Bomber'' doesn't really have any...TrailOfBlood: In ''Raiders Of The Forbidden Mine'', there are bloody marks on the walls (In story, not the game itself due to graphical limitations), which are supposed to be a warning for the ghost.
8th Sep '17 8:10:55 AM Piterpicher
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* InvisibleWall: ''Rouge Runner'' has them. They're shown at the beginning for a bit, then most of them disappear. Touching them will make them re-appear.

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* FallenHero: The enemies in ''Rogue Runner'' are adventurers who tried to get through the dungeon like you.
* InvisibleWall: ''Rouge ''Rogue Runner'' has them. They're shown at the beginning for a bit, then most of them disappear. Touching them will make them re-appear.re-appear.
* MacGuffin: ''Rogue Runner'' is about finding the Precious Heart Of Courage.
* ObviousRulePatch: You thought just hiding behind a wall will save you from enemies in ''Rouge Runner''? Nope, because enemies can break through them too!
* {{Teleportation}}: Using the teleportation scroll in to save yourself ''Rogue Runner'' may be necessary.
* JustForFun/TheTropelessTale: While other games obviously have tropes, ''Night Bomber'' doesn't really have any...
7th Sep '17 8:47:10 AM Piterpicher
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! A page on ''VideoGame/AdventureFunPak'' in progress. Help appreciated.
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''Adventure Fun-Pak'' is a video game developed and published by Creator/{{Apogee}} in 1987 for DOS. It's a UsefulNotes/{{Shovelware}} collection that contains four games:
* ''Rogue Runner'': A maze game in which you must find the Heart Of Courage and avoid other dead adventurers. The game contains helpful items (Pickaxes and maps).
* ''Night Bomber'': A strategy game in which you must pick an angle between 1 to 45 degrees, and then fire a bomb at the enemy city. For some reason, there's no way to come back to the main menu.
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!! The games provide these tropes:
* InvisibleWall: ''Rouge Runner'' has them. They're shown at the beginning for a bit, then most of them disappear. Touching them will make them re-appear.
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Indexes: VideoGamesOfThe1980s
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