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{{Infobox Game
 
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|id=916
 
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|developer=Interplay
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|developer=Xatrix Entertainment
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|publisher=Interplay
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|released=1997
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|version=[[Version0.74|0.74]]
 
|status=Near Perfect
 
|status=Near Perfect
 
|executable='''RR.EXE'''
 
|executable='''RR.EXE'''
 
|setup='''SETUP.EXE'''}}
 
|setup='''SETUP.EXE'''}}
'''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.
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'''Redneck Rampage''' is a 2.5D game based on the Build engine, but the game code is based off [[GAMES:Duke Nukem 3D|Duke Nukem 3D]] and includes a slightly modified version of the Build level editor.  '''Redneck Rampage''', much like other Build games such as [[GAMES:Blood|Blood]], [[GAMES:Shadow Warrior|Shadow Warrior]] and the aforementioned '''Duke Nukem 3D''' are First Person Shooters with a strong humorous bent, along with realistic level designs and unique arsenals. Redneck Rampage may be purchased from [http://www.gog.com/en/gamecard/redneck_rampage_collection/pp/b3f0c7f6bb763af1be91d9e74eabfeb199dc1f1f GOG.com] where it is preconfigured with DOSBox.
  
 
== Making it work ==
 
== 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.
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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.
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*Sound FX and Music work best using Sound Blaster 16.
*You will also have to mount the CD drive and run from the original CD.
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*Screen resolution options are numerous, however higher screen resolutions can severely reduce performance. Please note that the game has been designed to run in the resolution of at least 640x480, making it somewhat difficult to achieve decent performance in DOSbox. It can be run in lower resolution modes, but the game might become unreadable.
*The sound can become choppy sometimes with the Gravis Ultrasound option, although Gravis gives clearer sound.
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*You will also have to mount the CD drive and run from the original CD or alternatively mount a CD image.
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*The sound can become choppy with the Gravis Ultrasound option, although Gravis may give clearer sound.
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If you require support for general issues, see the [[Performance|performance guide]] and [[DOSBox_FAQ|FAQ]].
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== External links ==
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*[http://www.gog.com/gamecard/redneck_rampage_collection Redneck Rampage Collection] at Good Old Games (GOG)
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*[http://www.mobygames.com/game/dos/redneck-rampage Redneck Rampage] at MobyGames
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[[Category:First-person shooter games]]

Latest revision as of 06:08, 21 December 2012

Redneck Rampage
Developer Xatrix Entertainment
Publisher Interplay
Released 1997
Status Near Perfect
Tested on 0.74
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 based on the Build engine, but the game code is based off Duke Nukem 3D and includes a slightly modified version of the Build level editor. Redneck Rampage, much like other Build games such as Blood, Shadow Warrior and the aforementioned Duke Nukem 3D are First Person Shooters with a strong humorous bent, along with realistic level designs and unique arsenals. Redneck Rampage may be purchased from GOG.com where it is preconfigured with DOSBox.

Making it work

  • Sound FX and Music work best using Sound Blaster 16.
  • Screen resolution options are numerous, however higher screen resolutions can severely reduce performance. Please note that the game has been designed to run in the resolution of at least 640x480, making it somewhat difficult to achieve decent performance in DOSbox. It can be run in lower resolution modes, but the game might become unreadable.
  • You will also have to mount the CD drive and run from the original CD or alternatively mount a CD image.
  • The sound can become choppy with the Gravis Ultrasound option, although Gravis may give clearer sound.

If you require support for general issues, see the performance guide and FAQ.

External links