Even though the game has a very serious war theme, a geek like myself can find plenty of strange humor in it. The game in itself, was fraught with many
misspellings and typos, which just add to the silliness of it all. None of these screenshots are altered, all of them are possible.
Tired of living by the rules? Why not break the laws of physics and go swinging inside the ground? "I'm not dead yet!"
Oh good. We is findin' some darn good weapon for us guys to be usin' so's that we's can fight those gull darn bad guys!
Here we see a dwarf soldier happily walking along a floor of razor sharp spikes. Apparently, due to his extreme light weight, he is able to accomplish this feat, which would
normally kill you.
Why worry about going to the tanning salon, when you can just stick your face into an exploding generator? This is the cost-efficient way to tan.
Notice the man in white walking across the bridge. Yes, he does have a huge spiked ball sticking out of his face. You'd think he'd be a little upset about that.
Yes, he did just call you a nerd. But seriously now, I made a freaking website about the game! I'm obviously a nerd!
It is possible to stand on spikes without getting hurt if you time your bionic arm just right. For some reason you are able to defy gravity this way.
Near the very end of the game, there is a spiked pit that is horribly easy to get over. Most would wonder why it was even there. But, yup! It can still kill you! Notice how
you're head gets impaled into the wall.
I take this bazooka? What, to be your lawfully wedded wife? There is a chopper down here? Maybe down THERE, but certainly not here!
After killing Master-D, you nonchalantly exit the Badds base. But wait! The base is about to EXPLOD! OH NO! ... Wait a minute. What they heck is explod? Is that anything like
It too early? It too early? They spend millions to make a cybernetic soldier, and they can't even get him to speak proper English!
Here we see the impossible! Rad is clearly seen using his left hand as his bionic arm. Then in the zoom in, we see his right hand being the bionic arm. No sprite mirroring
here, this is just amazing negligence on the artist's part.
Here's Rad cheerfully hovering in mid-air. Thanks to the limited sprites Rad can easily remain on the beam without even having to touch it. (Thanks Gricksigger)