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Munday: Well, we crash-landed that UFO in the desert and Bubba says he wants to go home. Heck, I don't blame him 'cause there ain't no place like Hickston. But according to my map, we're gonna have to blast our way through jack o' lope farms and a riverboat as well as a brothel (Bubba can't wait) 'fore we get home again.
Toosday: Met new folks like Daisy Mae (she's purty). Bikers, pigs, cows and jack o' lopes. I think I even saw the King at the Slurp n' Burp.
Winsday: Yeehaw! Got to joyride in a Swamp Buggy and a motorcycle that were both armed to the teeth. I hope those peoples I ran over will be alright. I still got a darn jack 'o lope stuck in the grill though.
Thersday: New ways to destroy stuff! I found over 10 weapons like a crossbow that shoots dynamite-loaded chickens and a slingblade. Mmmm-Hmm!
Fri-day: Sure am hungry! I just need some good ol' redneck powerups like pork rinds, cow pies and some of my granpappy's moonshine!
Saterday: Boy I sure so like those toe tapping tunes by that good ol' boy Mojo Nixon.
Sunday: Heck! With all the new places (14 new levels) we been, I sure wish my kinfolk could've come along for the ride!
Six Impotent Points:
DOS: Pentium 90 (Pentium 133+ recommended), 16 MB RAM (32 MB RAM recommended), 220 MB hard drive space, PCI or local bus 1 MB SVGA, Sound Blaster or 100% compatible, 2x CD-ROM drive, DOS 5.0 or later, 100% Microsoft compatible mouse. Supports 1 to 6 players on modem or IPX network
Notes for Windows 95 users:
Redneck Rampage Rides Again was designed for play under DOS, without Windows. If you are playing from Windows 95, you must restart your computer in MS-DOS mode before playing the game. If you insist on playing Redneck Rampage Rides Again while Windows 95 is loaded (in a "DOS box"), you will need 32 MB RAM minimum, and the game animation will be jerkier.
If you have Windows 95on your computer, you can install the game while in Windows 95, but you should restart your computer in MS-DOS mode before you start to play.
Note that many computer manufacturers do not configure their computers to make use of the CD-ROM drive, IPX networking, mouse, or sound card if you restart the computer in MS-DOS mode. Unfortunately, it is beyond the scope of a reference card (or even a whole game manual) to teach you how to get your CD-ROM drive, mouse, and sound card working in MS-DOS mode. (Find a knowledgeable friend who has done it before, and give him some nice pork rinds for his trouble.)
From The Hickston Hog - Wednesday, April 1, 1998
Arkansas Town Toughs Declare War On Aliens!
Heroes missing, disintegration feared
People in our small town of Hickston Arkansas are in shock today as they continue to mourne their missing friends Leonard and Bubba, local heroes who were lost after they declared war against extraterrestrial invaders.
"Ah miss em, but ah don' miss em much, though, ah reckon." Hickston resident Billy Alan McDaniels told the Hog. "On account that they never took a bath. But they were purdy smart and tough. Ah remember one time we couldn't get our heater working. Leonard just shot the heater an' told us to use a furplace like everyone else. Shiyyit. Ah wish ah'd though of that. Saved on the heating bills too, an' we all know all that money really goes to the revenuers."
While Sheriff Hobbes refuses to speculate on the cause for Leonard and Bubba's disappearance, friends say that the last straw came when the aliens stole Leonard and Bubba's prize winning pig. "They loved that lil' squealer." McDaniels said. "It used to squeal and rawl around in the mud. It looked like a pretty good eating pig too. Sure would do nice to have some nice strips of bacon raht now. Ah guess ah can't blame the aliens fur wanting a good breakfast. But if they go after me chickens, ah'll blow their damn heads off. Ah guess Leonard an' Bubba reckoned the same."
There were numerous signs of a battle, as shotgun shells, dynamite wrappers, and many, many chicken feathers were found where Leonard and Bubba battled the aliens, along with the corpses of numerous clones created by the aliens. "Ah think ah saw five copies of Judge Reilley lying awn the ground," McDaniels reported. "Shiyyit, ah wish ah'd had my shotgun thar too. Ah always did thunk he was too uppity."
According to town expert on everything Jeb Knowles, Leonard and Bubba's chances don't look too good. "We's all knows these aliens, they like to disinegrate things. I saw this one Martian on the TV, and as soon as it was getting angry, it was disintegrating ducks all over the place. And given that Leonard and Bubba have about the same IQ as a duck, I'd say their chances ain't looking too good. Of course, if these aliens are working with the evil government conspiracy, then we might see them kept alive so they can conduct evil experiemnts on them. They might even be cloned to create supersoldiers to fight in some god-forsaken alien war. I think I saw it in a movie."
A town meeting was held by the Daughters of Hickston to decide what would be done about Leonard and Bubba's disappearance. The town mob declared open war against all extraterrestrials, but the resolution was watered down during a long debate by Hickston town council to express "severe disappointment in the behavior of our alien brothers." The town mob promptly removed the council from office and sent them running for their lives somewhere in the direction of Rabbit Ridge.
In addition to Leonard and Bubba's disappearance, Daisy Mae the town's best looking cheerleader is also missing. Men all over the county are mourning Daisy Mae's disappearance and await her return with bated breath.
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