History VideoGame / JoeAndMac

15th Aug '16 10:04:25 AM ZabelZarock
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* [[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.


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* 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.
26th Jul '16 4:36:29 PM Mujaki
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* PortingDisaster: The SNES version of the game did get expanded levels, sprites directly derived from the Arcade Game, and a lush color palette... But it removed elements like charged weapons, interacting with your co-op partner (a mode which is unlocked after beating the game), and (worst of all) suffered from sluggish controls and a ''drastically'' reduced frame rate that seemed to run at half the speed of its [[UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis]] counterpart. On that note, the Genesis version lacked two weapons from the arcade version and fell victim to the system's notoriously stingy color palette, but included nearly everything else and even ran ''faster'' than the arcade version for added challenge.
22nd Jul '16 3:03:18 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[spoiler:AbhorrentAdmirer: If you go down the middle and lower paths after the final boss, the ending will show you being chased by either an overweight middle-aged cavewoman or a male neanderthal in a drag. Though Joe and Mac have the same scared reaction when they're being chased by groupies.]]

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* [[spoiler:AbhorrentAdmirer: If AbhorrentAdmirer: [[spoiler:If you go down the middle and lower paths after the final boss, the ending will show you being chased by either an overweight middle-aged cavewoman or a male neanderthal in a drag. Though Joe and Mac have the same scared reaction when they're being chased by groupies.]]
22nd Jul '16 3:03:01 AM Morgenthaler
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16th Jul '16 12:06:04 PM nombretomado
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* ShoutOut: Upon defeating one of the bosses, your player will [[BadDudes pump a fist in the air]].

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* ShoutOut: Upon defeating one of the bosses, your player will [[BadDudes [[VideoGame/BadDudes pump a fist in the air]].
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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17th Jul '14 12:50:26 AM justanid
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