Bud Redhead - The Time Chase

1.4a

 
License: Free to try
Price:
$9.95
Rated:
Downloads: 80
Op. System: Win2000, Win7 x32, Win7 x64, Win98, WinOther, WinServer, WinVista, WinVista x64, WinXP, Other
Last updated: 05-22-2010
File size: 8.06 MB
Publisher: Space Ewe Software
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Editor's review Bud Redhead - The Time Chase

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If you want a game that suits different age groups then Bud Redhead - The Time Chase is your answer. The game features four different worlds, namely, Medieval Castles, Forest, Space Ship, and Ancient Egypt. It also has twenty levels that give you a rich playing experience. However, the unregistered version gives you access to just the first three levels. Never the less, you will be able to have a sneak peak preview of what the other levels offer if you sit in front of the game without pressing anything for a while. This allows it to go to demonstration mode. The game uses high-resolution hand-drawn pictures with three different background planes, and it is available in nine languages.

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Visitor: Reb Redhead
Great game have played over and again..however...can't find the door to get the extra life that sits under a tiered hill in level 1-4. Is this an error?
General rate: Positive
Visitor: damir
Bud Redhead is excelent game. My son loves it and my wife too. In this word of virtual reality games 3D, it is becoming difficult to find proper games for small children.
General rate: Positive
Visitor: neso
Very Good
General rate: Positive
Visitor: chirag
!!!!!!!!!HELP!!!!!!!! Bud Redhead (Enter Key )
General rate: Positive
Visitor: Raven
I play Bud on a Mac platform running OS X.3.4 (Panther). The first three levels of Bud are fantastic, enough that I actually paid to get the full game. Bugs in the subsequent levels make the game less and less enjoyable. The most obvious problem is that, in some levels, the graphics don't all load, so you don't see springboards, crates, enemies, or your score. This can sometimes be rectified by playing with the graphic options, but this takes a lot of time. When you have zero lives and 1 energy left, the last thing you want to do is waste time again and again fine tuning the graphics. Another bug is that the game is not consistent. You can land on an enemy in one position during one level and kill it, while it will cause you to lose energy in another. The most annoying thing is that there are few opportunities to save your game. There is nothing more infuriating than playing through several incredibly complicated screens only to 'die' and have to start over. Bud does have a lot of promise--the graphics (especially those in the castle!) are fantastic, there are lots of secret passages to find and explore, and there are lots of levels. It would take only a bit of debugging to really make this game worth the cost. You can only select a 'positive' or 'negative' button, but I'd classify this game as being 'disappointing with a lot of promise'.
General rate: Negative