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'Tony Tough 2: A Rake's Progress' - 2 New Screens

by Rainier on May 8, 2006 @ 3:13 a.m. PDT

Tony is back in a brand-new adventure with modern 3D-graphics. However, Tony Tough 2: A Rake's Progress is no sequel, but a prequel – it takes the player back into Tony’s youth, into the year 1953, when Tony was 13 years old.

The game tells one day in the life of young Tony, on which the young rake gets himself and his hometown into small and big catastrophes, but uncovers mysteries about a thief, ancient Indian cultures, UFOs, an abduction and his fancy in wigs and purple dogs.

Features :

  • Tony Tough 2 will revive the genre as a new and modern 3D point & click adventure.
  • With a resolution of 1024x768 the game features 30 beautifully rendered locations with hundreds of screens, linked with cutscenes.
  • There will be around 20 crazy people to meet and to interact with, dynamic soundeffects, a simple interface, an epic soundtrack, realtime changes in the weather…

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