History VideoGame / JoeAndMac

8th Apr '16 8:41:14 AM Superjustinbros
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* [[WizardNeedsFoodBadly Cavemen Need Food Badly]]: Its possible for your caveman to fall over dead from starvation in some versions, such as the arcade version, where your life gradually decreases (most versions, such as the SNES version, don't have this feature). Or more hilariously, fall over dead from starvation soon after surviving an attack with one HP left.

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* [[WizardNeedsFoodBadly Cavemen Need Food Badly]]: [[WizardNeedsFoodBadly]]: Its possible for your caveman to fall over dead from starvation in some versions, such as the arcade version, where your life gradually decreases (most versions, such as the SNES version, don't have this feature). Or more hilariously, fall over dead from starvation soon after surviving an attack with one HP left.



* DoppelgangerAttack: Only in the arcade version, it's the duo's only ninja attack.

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* DoppelgangerAttack: Only in the arcade version, it's the duo's only ninja "ninja" attack.
4th Feb '16 3:13:12 AM GrammarNavi
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A series of {{Platform Game}}s by Creator/DataEast. The series began with the 1991 ArcadeGame ''Caveman Ninja'', known as ''Joe & Mac: Tatakae Genshijin'' ("Fighting Cavemen") in Japan. Set in {{Prehistoria}}, the object of the game is to [[DamselInDistress rescue the titular duo's harem of]] [[NubileSavage cave girls]] from a band of rival cavemen and their dinosaur pet bosses. ''Joe & Mac: Caveman Ninja'' saw quite a few home ports (with or without the subtitle), namely the SuperNES, UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis, UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem, UsefulNotes/GameBoy, Amiga, DOS, and Zeebo.

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A series of {{Platform Game}}s by Creator/DataEast. The series began with the 1991 ArcadeGame UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame ''Caveman Ninja'', known as ''Joe & Mac: Tatakae Genshijin'' ("Fighting Cavemen") in Japan. Set in {{Prehistoria}}, the object of the game is to [[DamselInDistress rescue the titular duo's harem of]] [[NubileSavage cave girls]] from a band of rival cavemen and their dinosaur pet bosses. ''Joe & Mac: Caveman Ninja'' saw quite a few home ports (with or without the subtitle), namely the SuperNES, UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis, UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem, UsefulNotes/GameBoy, Amiga, DOS, and Zeebo.
29th Nov '15 7:16:22 PM nombretomado
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A series of {{Platform Game}}s by Creator/DataEast. The series began with the 1991 ArcadeGame ''Caveman Ninja'', known as ''Joe & Mac: Tatakae Genshijin'' ("Fighting Cavemen") in Japan. Set in {{Prehistoria}}, the object of the game is to [[DamselInDistress rescue the titular duo's harem of]] [[NubileSavage cave girls]] from a band of rival cavemen and their dinosaur pet bosses. ''Joe & Mac: Caveman Ninja'' saw quite a few home ports (with or without the subtitle), namely the SuperNES, SegaGenesis, NintendoEntertainmentSystem, GameBoy, Amiga, DOS, and Zeebo.

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A series of {{Platform Game}}s by Creator/DataEast. The series began with the 1991 ArcadeGame ''Caveman Ninja'', known as ''Joe & Mac: Tatakae Genshijin'' ("Fighting Cavemen") in Japan. Set in {{Prehistoria}}, the object of the game is to [[DamselInDistress rescue the titular duo's harem of]] [[NubileSavage cave girls]] from a band of rival cavemen and their dinosaur pet bosses. ''Joe & Mac: Caveman Ninja'' saw quite a few home ports (with or without the subtitle), namely the SuperNES, SegaGenesis, NintendoEntertainmentSystem, GameBoy, UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis, UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem, UsefulNotes/GameBoy, Amiga, DOS, and Zeebo.
16th Oct '14 10:28:49 AM BonsaiForest
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** [[color:green:Joe]] (Player 1)
** [[color:blue:Mac]] (Player 2)

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** [[color:green:Joe]] Joe (Player 1)
1) - green
** [[color:blue:Mac]] Mac (Player 2)2) - blue
17th Jul '14 12:50:26 AM justanid
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15th May '14 10:23:36 AM SuperLlama
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** The FinalBoss in the first game ''sort of'' does this, but the doppelganger transforms into one of the other cavemen to attack.
20th Aug '13 6:32:38 PM MSTOP
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* ChivalrousPervert: In ''Joe & Mac Reutrns'', when the two heroes aren't out rescuing cavegirls, Joe and Mac try to peep at them while they're bathing, blow their bikinis tops off, or just outright steal their bikinis.
26th Feb '13 8:33:08 PM BonsaiForest
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* [[WizardNeedsFoodBadly Cavemen Need Food Badly]]: Its possible for your caveman to fall over dead from starvation. Or more hilariously, fall over dead from starvation soon after surviving an attack with one HP left.

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* [[WizardNeedsFoodBadly Cavemen Need Food Badly]]: Its possible for your caveman to fall over dead from starvation.starvation in some versions, such as the arcade version, where your life gradually decreases (most versions, such as the SNES version, don't have this feature). Or more hilariously, fall over dead from starvation soon after surviving an attack with one HP left.
5th Feb '13 2:47:17 PM Usernumber2920
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* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: In ''Congo's Caper'', an almost literal example of this trope are the four caveman bosses you must fight after the intro stages. 2 of them are actually a ninja and pirate, respectively. One is technically a vampire, but is nonetheless undead like a zombie, and the last guy isn't a robot, but he is a MadScientist who builds a dinosaur robot out of ''[[BambooTechnology wood and stone]]''.
19th Jan '13 6:49:53 PM Angeldeb82
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A series of {{Platform Game}}s by Creator/DataEast. The series began with the 1991 ArcadeGame ''Caveman Ninja'', known as ''Joe & Mac: Tatakae Genshijin'' ("Fighting Cavemen") in Japan. Set in {{Prehistoria}}, the object of the game is to [[DistressedDamsel rescue the titular duo's harem of]] [[NubileSavage cave girls]] from a band of rival cavemen and their dinosaur pet bosses. ''Joe & Mac: Caveman Ninja'' saw quite a few home ports (with or without the subtitle), namely the SuperNES, SegaGenesis, NintendoEntertainmentSystem, GameBoy, Amiga, DOS, and Zeebo.

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A series of {{Platform Game}}s by Creator/DataEast. The series began with the 1991 ArcadeGame ''Caveman Ninja'', known as ''Joe & Mac: Tatakae Genshijin'' ("Fighting Cavemen") in Japan. Set in {{Prehistoria}}, the object of the game is to [[DistressedDamsel [[DamselInDistress rescue the titular duo's harem of]] [[NubileSavage cave girls]] from a band of rival cavemen and their dinosaur pet bosses. ''Joe & Mac: Caveman Ninja'' saw quite a few home ports (with or without the subtitle), namely the SuperNES, SegaGenesis, NintendoEntertainmentSystem, GameBoy, Amiga, DOS, and Zeebo.


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* WingedSoulFliesOffAtDeath: If either Joe or Mac lose all their energy, they transform into winged souls and fly off in the series.
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