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RoDney ReMix
Author: Marcello64 Submitted: 11th January, 2008 Favourites:0
Genre: Adventure Downloads: 105

Edited By Marcello64 on 6/7/2009

Edited By Marcello64 on 1/11/2008

Includes the classic RoDney (made 10 years ago, and it was my first KnP game) and the much better side scrolling RoDney Remix. Features a RoDney esque game by Chris Nimmo as an unlockable secret!!

Message from the creator:

RoDney was the first game I put effort into making, I always wanted to create games growing up and after seeing a demo of Klik n Play in Sim City 2000 I knew I had to have it. Instructions on using the program were sparse and the only real way of learning was to open up other games people made and look at their code. Rodney's graphics were very primitive but I concentrated on making as fun as I could with my limited program knowledge. A year later after having worked with Click & Create and Multimedia Fusion I decided to go back and give RoDney a serious update, this is where work on RoDney Remix came in. Gone were the single screen stages, I recreated all the single screen stages into scrolling levels, right down to the enemy placement. My art skills are average at best but the graphics were tons better as well and bosses were added. I've worked on tons of RoDney games since, never finishing another one. I might compile them into a single game in the future. RoDney also had a unique secrets system that had never been seen in klik games before. Depending on what date you played the game on a different screen, or even game might pop up altogether. Including a Chris Nimmo RoDney fan game. Beat the remixed version of RoDney to figure out what the first date is. Game making will always be in my heart but as you grow older it gets harder. I hope to release at least one more game. Thank You for taking the time to read this and I hope you enjoy the game.


RoDney is a game in the same style as Pitfall. Although it has simple gameplay it remains fun and includes a lighthearted story told via cutscenes. This package includes my very first RoDney game created in 1998 with Klik & Play, and the updated ReMix version which includes higher quality graphics, scrolling levels, checkpoints, multiple bosses, and story sequences. It implements a unique secrets system in. Depending on what date your computer is set to the game will boot up different games or special messages. Can you find them all?


Hired By A Major Corporation (ORSA) To Capture A Grizzly Bear, RoDney Must Venture Into The Jungle In Order To Complete The Task And Claim his Money.


- Directional Keys To Move
- Shift To Jump
- Control To Shoot (In The Scuba Diving And The Grizzly Bear Battle Sequences Only)
- Hit SpaceBar to skip story sequences and skydiving scene

*Special Control Note: If you press shift 5 times it activates a feature in Windows XP named StickyKeys, this is can hinder your enjoyment. To disable it go into the Start Menu, then into Control Panel, then Accessibility Options. Uncheck the box that states 'Use StickyKeys' Then hit apply and you're all set!

Review This Download (1643kb )

Posted by The Chris Street 13th January, 2008

Marcello?! Where the heck have you been the last couple of years??
Posted by nim 13th January, 2008

Posted by Clubsoft 13th January, 2008

Now theres a name I've not seen in a long time
Posted by Joshtek 13th January, 2008

I reviewed the game back in 2002 based on the original which I played in 1999 -

And who could forget Marcello's Life?
Posted by kmhvslj™ (Your Friendly Non-Bot Clicker) 14th January, 2008

Oh man! The old games like this were the ones I opened in TGF/MMF to find a new password or cheat otherwise... :S

Well, probably, not a RoDney game because I vaguely remember you could finish it in five minutes or so. Marcello's Life is somehow a familiar name but can't remember much about the actual game. Had something to do with being involved with a girl/breaking up with her?

Oh the times when creating a Klik game was more important than the fancy graphics or cool MOD music or an interesting level design.

Ah, RoDney parachuting into the middle of the jungle and the Indiana Jones (MIDI) theme...
Comment edited by kmhvslj™ (Your Friendly Non-Bot Clicker) on 1/14/2008
Posted by Hill Gigas 14th January, 2008
Rated :

Well, you probably should have only released the remix version, as the original is quite buggy. It's has a fun "Pitfall" feel to it. Good stuff.
Posted by Marcello64 14th January, 2008

I'm not THE Marcello from cellosoft, there just happened to be 2 Marcello's in the community. I'm not the genius one lol.

Anyways, I'm always opening up fusion and screwing around in it but I never can put anything worth while together.

It's good to see some of the old klikers still around though!

I used your name chris!! For self promotion lol
Comment edited by Marcello64 on 1/14/2008
Posted by Hill Gigas 14th January, 2008
Rated :

I changed my mind about you including the old version, I think it's a good thing after all! It's fun to play the new one then go back and see what the old one looked like.
Posted by Marcello64 15th January, 2008

Thanks Shroomlock always love to hear feedback.

When you beat the game you get your first date to set your computer clock too.

January 9 is another date (my birthday) nothing special with that secret.

But Chris Nimmo's game is sometime in October I forget the actual date, it's a pretty neat game.
Comment edited by Marcello64 on 1/15/2008
Posted by s-m-r 19th January, 2008

This game was a lot of fun, and it's great to play around with the system clock and change the dates to see what comes up...Having the remix show the differences between the first version and the updated version was a nice touch.
Posted by GrrrrrAnyUsernamehere 17th June, 2008

Hey up, I would love a copy of this game, but it doesn't seem to be able to download, so if anyone has this game please PM me
Posted by Marcello64 26th June, 2008

grrr, thats strange because the link is working for me. maybe the server was down when you tried it?




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