The evil Fat Cat is at it again. He tricked the Rescue Rangers into thinking their neighbor's kitten was kidnapped, when in fact Fat Cat had lead them into a trap. He's taken Gadget to his ... See full summary »
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The evil Fat Cat is at it again. He tricked the Rescue Rangers into thinking their neighbor's kitten was kidnapped, when in fact Fat Cat had lead them into a trap. He's taken Gadget to his hideout in a casino. So Chip and Dale go on a big adventure, with Zipper and Monty helping out along the way. They must dodge robot dogs and mice in a laboratory, watch out for evil houseflies and aliens in a kitchen, killer toys in a toy store, avoid falling balls and disappearing platforms in a warehouse, watching out for that first step in the casino, then rescuing Gadget and catching Fat Cat by traveling through a treacherous sewer, an office, and finally Fat Cat's factory. A job nothing short of adventurous. Written by Dylan Self <robocoptng986127@aol.com>

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Join Chip 'n' Dale's Rescue Rangers to thwart Fat Cat's evil attempt to control the city!


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June 1990 (USA)  »

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Great game but too easy.
19 January 2004 | by (Visby, Sweden) – See all my reviews

This is truly a great game, but too easy. First time I tried it I was like ten. Quit difficult then but several years later I managed to finish it in only 30 minutes. One funny thing is when you play two-players you can take lives from your friend when you self has lost one. I still remember when two friends and me tricked our classmates that you could find a secret passage on the last boss, Fat Cat, to one extra level. :o)

Anyway, it's a great game for good old Nintendo 8-bits. Buy it if you have the chance.


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