Nogginknockers X: The Duel

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Nogginknockers X: The Duel
Developer(s) Bloodlust Software
Publisher(s) Bloodlust Software
Platform(s) Windows 95 or higher
Release 2000
Genre(s) Retro/Sports
Mode(s) Up to 2 players simultaneously

Nogginknockers X: The Duel is a computer game created by Bloodlust Software and released in 2000.

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Development[edit]

Nogginknockers X was the first Bloodlust Software game crafted after the departure of Icer Addis in 1997 and the beginning of what has been christened "the Click era" in Bloodlust Software history by fans. Not having a programmer to rely on, Ethan Petty created the game using The Games Factory which was a controversial move amongst Bloodlust Software fans. While gorgeous in graphics and visuals, some considered its gameplay to be lacking; most notably, the inability to choose individual characters upset many fans.[who?]

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