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CD-i - Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold (PAL)


CD-i - Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold (PAL)


Used game for the CD-i game console. 

PAL version. 

Digital Video Cartridge is required. 

This game has been designed for use with a light gun, but it is not required.

In-game language is English. Instructions and back inlay text are in English, French, German and Dutch. 

Tested, works. Disc and instruction booklet in near mint condition. Case in good to very good condition. Please refer to pictures for details of condition and contents


Genre: light gun shooter 
Number of players: 1 

EAN  8712581002787 

Product code  8100278 

Release  1994

Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold is a live-action laserdisc video game produced by American Laser Games, released for the arcade, Sega CD, 3DO, CD-i and DOS, the first release being in 1992; the quality of the video is the lowest on Sega CD. A sequel to the moderately popular Mad Dog McCree, the game abandoned the rather simple style of the original, introducing elements that can be considered "Hollywood", including dynamic shootout scenes and in-game music, as opposed to the original's almost complete lack thereof. Like the first game, the player follows the storyline and is required to quickly shoot certain enemies to proceed on the quest. The game was re-released by Digital Leisure in 2003 on DVD-Video and again in 2009 on the Wii as part of the Mad Dog McCree Gunslinger Pack, a compilation that also includes the first Mad Dog game as well as The Last Bounty Hunter.

The player is guided along a path once chosen and his or her role is to shoot the villains before they manage to hit the player character. A special cursor is used to specify the location the player is aiming at. There is also a limited number of bullets in the chamber; however, reloading can be done an infinite number of times.

Like Mad Dog McCree, The Last Bounty Hunter and Fast Draw Showdown, Mad Dog II contains random scenes in which the player takes part in a showdown, in which he or she is up against one or more gunfighters. One starts out with an empty chamber and must quickly reload when given the chance, and proceed to eliminate the enemy as fast as possible. Shooting practice at the beginning of the game involves hitting cow skulls, signposts and such from a stagecoach in motion.

The player must avoid getting shot and hitting innocent civilians; if one of these occurs, the player loses one of three lives, and a short clip is displayed often showing an undertaker giving advice or criticizing the player's actions. In the CD-i, 3DO, and DOS versions, a mouse or light gun is used to shoot, reload and choose paths or guides; in addition, there is one load/save slot and three possible levels of difficulty.

Source: Wikipedia