DOS game, 1988

Binary Design
Arcadia Systems
MAME 2003 (1987), DOS (1988), Amiga (1988), Amstrad CPC (1989), Apple II (1989), Atari ST (1989), ZX Spectrum (1989), Commodore 64 (1989)

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In 90s it used to be very popular to remake arcade games into PCs version and Aaaargh! is exactly the game that came from arcades. Take the part of either an ogre or dinosaur as you storm your way through the cities on a quest for the golden eggs. Along the way you will have to fight your way past killer hornets, catapults, cannon and many other challenges. You will knock down buildings, and trample people underfoot. As you punch and flame your way to your goal - the golden egg hidden under the volcano. Along the way you will munch your way through the biggest of hamburgers or snack on the peasants while picking up the lightning to improve your fire power, as you search for the eggs hidden in the cities.  Off course it will not be easy, the humans do not like having their buildings flattened, and will bring a range of weapons to bear down on you. Killer hornets will try to sting you and the other monsters are definitely not friendly! When you have collected the egg, you can add it to your hoard, provided you can triumph in a head to head fight against another monster just as mean and bad as you are. When you have collected five you can hot foot it to the volcano.

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