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Good guy B-ob. Realises everyone is struggling with his super difficult haitaku, totally provides clues in the comments.

But still, the struggle continues. So today we must bring in the screenshot heavy guns.

First the original haiku...

An annual bash has you climbing up that hill. How hairy are you?

And his clue!

It’s been a long road just getting from there to here. Stop hogging the game.

Finally, here's the image!

Good luck everyone!

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Comments

    I thought better of it, and "Stop hogging the game" should be "You're hogging the game"

    Have at it!

    Road Rash?

      I don't remember
      Road Rash's graphics being
      that bad. Nice try though.

        Harley Davidson: Road to Sturgis

        Edit: Oops, meant to reply to the Harley Davidson guess....

        Last edited 10/02/14 12:42 pm

          A game so old / obscure that it's not even listed on the Wikipedia "List of Atari ST games" or "List of Amiga games" and yet one of my most remembered games from childhood.

          An annual bash: The Sturgis rally has been held annually since 1938. Also, the menu screen says "Bikers gear up for annual bashing!"
          Has you climbing up that hill: One of the frequent side events, a hill-climb
          How hairy are you?: The difficulty select literally says "How much hair ya got?" with options ranging from baby-faced to grizzled.

          It's been a long road: "Road" in the title, a lot of stops along the way.
          There to here: Maine to Sturgis. I was reaching.
          Hogging the game: Like @crotchdot alluded, Harley Davidson, the game. (First licensed Harley game AFAIK)

      Thinking something, like that but the hogging makes me think it might be a harley game
      Full throttle in a road rash setting?

    Was there a game called road hog? Surely not?

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