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*The screen resolution options were numerous, however when I first loaded in 1280x1024, the game looked horrible.  I settled for 800x600, which help the game run a bit less choppy.
 
*The screen resolution options were numerous, however when I first loaded in 1280x1024, the game looked horrible.  I settled for 800x600, which help the game run a bit less choppy.
 
*You will also have to mount the CD drive and run from the original CD.
 
*You will also have to mount the CD drive and run from the original CD.
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*The sound can become choppy sometimes with the Gravis Ultrasound option, although Gravis gives clearer sound.

Revision as of 07:30, 25 September 2008

Redneck Rampage
Developer Interplay
Publisher
Released
Status Near Perfect
Tested on
Tested game version Unknown
Links Compatibility List
Commands
Executable RR.EXE
Installer N/A
Setup SETUP.EXE
DOS Extender
DOS4GW.EXE Unknown
Works with DOS32A N/A

Redneck Rampage is a 2.5D game (I believe) created using the Duke Nukem 3D engine. Just like Duke, Redneck Rampage also includes a level editor. Unlike Duke, Redneck Rampage will make ya feel like growin' a mullet and downin' a sixer while workin' on yer truck in yer wife-beater. Yeah. It's that good. Quite possibly one of my favorite games of all time.

Making it work

  • While other options may work, I got the Sound FX and Music working using the Soundblaster option. However, the IRQ for the Sound FX did have to be changed to 7 in my case.
  • The screen resolution options were numerous, however when I first loaded in 1280x1024, the game looked horrible. I settled for 800x600, which help the game run a bit less choppy.
  • You will also have to mount the CD drive and run from the original CD.
  • The sound can become choppy sometimes with the Gravis Ultrasound option, although Gravis gives clearer sound.