Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold
American Laser Games will be releasing the CD-ROM title Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold within the upcoming months. This live-action title will be a big draw for fans of the first Mad Dog game.
The plot of the game is simple enough: you must find the gold that's hidden in a cave. You have a choice of three guides to help you reach the treasure. Each of the three will produce different scenarios that the player will encounter. During the course of the game, you will run into trouble in the form of roving desperados, sharpshooters. and other surly characters.
At the end of the game is a final showdown between you and Mad Dog himself. You even get to view the inside of the treasure chest! Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold is housed in a new cabinet which supports changeable CD-ROM titles. Get your shootin' iron ready for a real challenge!
Download Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold
PC compatible, P-200
Systems: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game features:Single game mode
OK, gunslinger. You restored order to a frontier town in Mad Dog McCree. Now it's time to look after your own interests in Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold, the shoot-'em-up sequel to American Laser Games' arcade-style classic. Of course, Mad Dog's after the same treasure as you, and it ain't easy to scout out. This one-player Sega CD gunfight takes you through lawless towns, seamy saloons, and territory so dangerous that you need a guide. So strap on your gun belt. They don't call it the Wild West for nothing.
Shoot out at Just About Every Corral
You're every bit as greedy as Mad Dog, but he's more ruthless than you can afford to be. Sure, to get to the Spanish treasure you have to blast away scores of stagecoach bandits, hot-tempered gamblers, and Mad Dog's renegade henchmen. But firing on an innocent bystander is as lethal to you as getting shot yourself. And if you let your guide take a hit, you're as good as finished.
Mad Dog II packs in even more quick-draw challenge than the original. Some of the levels feature enemies who pop up randomly instead of in the same order every single time. After all, the gunslingers who won the West never knew who was going to shoot first. Mad Dog //also gives you three games in one: Each of the guides takes you on a completely different route to the top dog's hideout. If you make it to the showdown with the scourge of the West himself, the two of you will square off for one of the longest interactive video sequences ever filmed.
- TIP: Don't get smug watching this outlaw bite the dust. There are more where he came from.
- TIP: This sorry-looking prospector has half of the treasure map. Find the padre for the other half.
- TIP: Take target practice seriously. Hits earn you extra bullets.
- TIP: Shoot the first monk you see. He's not a real man of the cloth.
- TIP: A fallen gunslinger isn't necessarily a dead gunslinger.
- TIP: Aim, but don't shoot at enemies until they draw.
- TIP: Reload your gun by shooting at the floor.
- TIP: Shoot the screen to skip intermission scenes you've seen too many times.
A Trio of Trouble
You'll need a guide to take you through the badlands, but any of these three will lead you to trouble before they lead you to treasure.
If you save him from swinging, he'll reward you by dragging you into gunfight after gunfight.
You need a quick aim when you're facing a whole lineup of bandits.
His honesty at medicine — and poker — is questionable, but deviousness can be a useful quality.
Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold Screenshots and Media
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