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Abobo’s Big Adventure

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Abobo’s Big Adventure is a Side-scroll, Beat ‘em up, Single-player and Multiplayer Fighting video game created by I-Mockery. The game introduces Abobo, the boss character from the Double Dragon franchise, traversing through the environments of several games to rescue his son… read more
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10 Games Like Abobo’s Big Adventure

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Tokyo 42

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Grand Theft Auto

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Grand Theft Auto: London 1969

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River City Ransom

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Takeshi no Chousenjou

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Woody Poco

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Shakedown: Hawaii

Shakedown: Hawaii is a Pixel Graphics, Action-Adventure, Retro-style, Top-down, and Single-player video game, offering the similar gameplay to Grand Theft Auto (2004), developed and published by Vblank Entertainment, Inc. The game offers the open world environment and the player steps into the protagonist’s role with an aim to explore the world from a top-down perspective and complete a set of missions to advance.
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Retro City Rampage

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Father and Son

Father and Son is an Adventure, Side-scroll, and Single-player video game developed by TuoMuseo for Android and iOS. The game takes place in the stunning environment where the player takes on the role of a boy who needs to manipulate the National Archaeological Museum in Naples to find out humanity’s awesome treasures and artifacts.

More About Abobo’s Big Adventure

Abobo’s Big Adventure is a Side-scroll, Beat ‘em up, Single-player and Multiplayer Fighting video game created by I-Mockery. The game introduces Abobo, the boss character from the Double Dragon franchise, traversing through the environments of several games to rescue his son. The main objective of the player as Abobo is to advance through a set of levels. The game is divided into eight different sub-games that revolve around one another, and each acts as a homage to the specific game such as Double Drabobo, Urban Chabobo, Super Mabobo, Balloon Abobo, and more. In the game, the player has a range meter that increases when the player hits enemies and decreases when receives hit. The story follows the kidnapping of a boy, who is the son of Abobo. Most of the game’s levels are linear, introducing several nods to other NES properties with their foes and layout. The game rewards with points to the player and increases the level difficulty.