Rocko's Modern Life
"Fans will definately want to take a look at this"
SNES Buyers Guide 1994
He’s your dog, he’s your problem.” Rocko’s just an average Australian Wallaby trying to get by in life, but he’s hindered by the antics of his not-so-bright pooch, Spunky. Spunky gets himself into lots of trouble, chasing down errant flying disks, amorous mops, ice cream vendors, and other odd objects. Since Spunky is more bark than brains, he doesn’t watch where he’s going when he’s chasin’ after things. It’s up to Rocko – and – you – to keep him out of trouble by clearing the path in front of him, knocking pests, debris, and other nuisances out of his way. You get Spunky out of trouble and out of each level by leading him to the Golden Fire Hydrants.
Two T.V. Commercials
First Super NES game for Nickelodeon
Based on T.V. cartoon characters
Voice actors from Joe Murray Studios
Squash and stretch animation
Combination of action and puzzle-solving
Innovative game play and end sequence
Rich multi-media graphics
Genre Action Puzzle Solving
Platform Super NES
Developer Viacom New Media
Publisher Viacom International
Role Lead Artist
Super NES Reviews -1994
Electronic Gaming Monthly - 1994
Rocko's Modern Life: Spunky's Dangerous Day is a puzzle-platform game released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). It is based on the Nickelodeon series Rocko's Modern Life (1993–1996). There are four areas, each with four levels: a beach, a junkyard, a backyard, and a laundromat.4 In each section, Spunky gets distracted by objects such as mops, frisbees, and ice cream vendors and goes after them without any awareness of the hazards around him; the player acts as Rocko manipulating parts of the level environment to safely guide Spunky to a golden fire hydrant.