River City Ransom has a pretty intense password system. With so many symbols and combinations, it’s not surprising that players might have missed a password or two. One of those hidden passwords was recently found.
While the sequel to River City Ransom is still in development, the folks behind the 8-bit Cinema series resurrected the classic NES beat ’em up for a crossover clip with Happy Gilmore, an Adam Sandler movie from 1996.
Indie group Conatus Creative wants to release an official follow-up to Technōs’ classic ’89 side-scrolling street thug-beating simulator, River City Ransom. But first, they are turning to — you guessed it — Kickstarter.