Revenge of the Mutant Camels

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Revenge of the Mutant Camels Description

Revenge of the Mutant Camels is a surreal horizontally-scrolling shooter computer game, designed and programmed by Jeff Minter and released on the Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore 64 and IBM PC. The game was originally distributed as shareware.

A sequel of sorts to Attack of the Mutant Camels (also known as Advance of the Mega-Camels), this time the player controls a camel (hence, presumably, the 'Revenge' in the title). The camel is armed by default with small blue shots, but can obtain other weapons and weapon upgrades by collecting power-ups during the game.

In all but the Commodore 64 version, the camel is teamed up with a bipedal goat, who can be controlled either by the computer or by a second player. If the camel crouches down, the goat can mount it and ride on its back, enabling them to focus their firepower.

The game features a host of bizarre enemies, including: British telephone boxes, Polo mints, exploding sheep, skiing kangaroos, guys sitting on flying toilets and even the jetplane controlled by the player in Attack of the Mutant Camels. A variety of power-ups are available, including ecstasy tablets (for a turn of speed), spliffs (to fly over life's troubles) and apples (because they're good for you).

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