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PostSubject: Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee   Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee Icon_minitimeFri Oct 16, 2009 6:21 pm

This is not a movie this is a multi-award winning[1] platform video game developed by Oddworld Inhabitants and published by GT Interactive. It was released in 1997 for the PlayStation video game console, DOS and Microsoft Windows in North America, Australia and Europe. The game was released under the title Abe a GoGo in Japan for the PlayStation by publisher SoftBank, with a PC version.

[edit] Allies, enemies, and wildlife

Abe rides on the Elum for increased mobility.Allies in the game include Mudokons, humanoid species encountered either as rescuable slaves who willingly follow all GameSpeak-given orders, or free native Mudokons who give aid to the player. Native Mudokons are armed with slingshots, and will kill the player character without hesitation; to appease and gain the aid of one of these natives, the player must mimic various whistles that the native makes through GameSpeak combinations. Another creature is the Elum, a friendly, bipedal mule-like creature upon which the player character can ride for increased speed and longer jumps. When the player has dismounted, the Elum will follow GameSpeak-given commands unless distracted by dripping honey. In such a scenario, the Elum will ignore everything except coming under attack by bees, in which case the Elum will abandon the honey and flee to a safer area. The Elum can be summoned with a special bell at certain points in the game.[12]

Enemies in the game primarily consist of Sligs, semi-robotic creatures armed with automatic rifles. Sligs can be possessed by the player character, who can then control the Slig and utilize its weapon. Sligs cannot see in dark shadows, which prove to create natural hiding places. Often accompanying Sligs are Slogs. Slogs are bipedal dog-like creatures that, as with the Sligs, chase and attack the player character on sight. Slogs can be commanded by Sligs when possessed by the player, and can be ordered to attack and kill others. When encountered alone, Slogs can be distracted by chunks of meat.[12]

Glukkons feature as antagonists. Glukkons are tall humanoid creatures who are ruthless, malevolent businessmen and capitalists. They possess only vestigial legs and therefore walk on their arms. They are the owners of RuptureFarms and the masters of the Mudokon and Slig slaves. Glukkons appear only in pre-rendered cut scenes, wherein they are crucial to the plot, except for the final screen of the game in which the player drops into the boardroom and vaporizes them by turning into the Shrykull.[13]

Animals and wildlife consist of the Scrabs and Paramites. Scrabs are predators that primarily live in the desert regions.[14] They are highly territorial and attack and chase any other life form upon sight; should they engage another Scrab, a short fight ensues in which one is killed. Paramites are pack hunters that live in dark caves within the forest regions.[15] When encountered individually, Paramites are shy and will flee (though if cornered they will lash out and attack). When confronted in number, however, the player character ceases to threaten them and they will immediately chase and attempt to attack. Paramites can be distracted with chunks of meat.



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Abe's Oddysee includes only four named characters, though there are many anonymous slaves and guards. The protagonist of the game is Abe, a Mudokon slave worker born into captivity and ignorant of his people's rich history and culture. Abe is often described as a "klutz" for his clumsy and simple nature.[16] Mid-point through his adventure, Abe is joined by the Elum, a stubborn, yet loyal mule creature. "Elum" is the English word "Mule" spelled backwards; and the creature is described as one in the enclosed instruction book. It is unclear whether "Elum" is the name of the species, or merely of the individual. Abe and Elum were originally envisioned as beginning Abe's Oddysee together, living off the land and being thrust into an industrialized factory slave environment. The developers came to the conclusion that the story was stronger should Abe come from a factory existence and later reveal one of self-sustenance, and as such the concept was changed.[17] A guiding leader figure enters the story in BigFace, the pre-eminent Shaman of the Mudokon people, who wears a large wooden mask from which his name is derived.[18] BigFace is a character whose spiritual power and knowledge remains a mystery; he saves Abe from death and sets him on a quest to rescue his brothers and face the trials of the Monsaic Lines,[19] before acting in a more traditional leader's role to the eventual dozens of freed slaves.

The primary antagonist of the game is Molluck the Glukkon, the ruthless chief executive officer of the meat-packing factory titled RuptureFarms. Reportedly attractive by Glukkon standards, Molluck is obsessed with success, doing anything within his power and cunning to achieve evermore wealth.[3] Despite this, Molluck's business empire is failing due to decline of the wildlife whose meat he sells. Desperate to revive his trade, Molluck decides to use his Mudokon slave population in his food products to offset the declining profits.[20

Plot
Abe's Oddysee begins with the titular protagonist as a prisoner in Rupture Farms, from which point he narrates his story. He and many other Mudokons are slaves to Molluck the Glukkon, who owns RuptureFarms1029, the biggest meat-processing plant on Oddworld.[21] Abe is a contented Floorwaxer First Class and currently Employee of the Year.[3]


Molluck the Glukkon observing his plummeting profits.RuptureFarms is undergoing difficulties: the ingredients of their three major products are quickly running out, with the Meeches already extinct.[22] While working late one night, Abe chances upon the Board Room, where the various Glukkons are discussing their dilemma. After reviewing the situation, Molluck announces his plan to use the Mudokon slaves as new meat products called "Mudokon Pops!", frightening Abe into a resolution of escaping from the factory.[20]

Abe proceeds to elude the authorities and escape from RuptureFarms; immediately out, Abe sees a large moon in the sky, with its face in the shape of a Mudokon handprint, signifying the Mudokons as the "chosen people".[23][24] Abe suddenly falls down a cliff, hitting his head; as he lies on the ground, BigFace appears before him in a vision.[25]

BigFace sends Abe towards his quest: to rescue his enslaved brethren and "restore the lost land". He cannot accomplish this feat without first completing the spiritual trials of the Monsaic Lines and Mudokon temples. Abe journeys into the Monsaic Lines, from where he travels to the forests of Paramonia and the deserts of Scrabania. In each land, Abe completes the tests of the respective temple; after each one, BigFace gives Abe hand scars, one representing the Paramites and one representing the Scrabs.[26]

Once Abe has both scars, he can become the Shrykull, an all-powerful demigod creature.[3] The Shrykull stands outside life as a dualistic god, of creation and destruction, and of fear and love.[27] With this divine power, Abe returns to RuptureFarms, rescues his Mudokon brethren and comes close to shutting it down entirely.

Abe is surprised, captured, and bound so he cannot chant to invoke the Shrykull. It is at this point that he first appears in captivity at the start of the game.[28] As Molluck enters the prison cell and prepares to drop Abe into a meat grinder, BigFace holds a meeting with freed Mudokons at the Monsaic Sanctum.
the Mudokons resolve to save Abe, and sees them chant together and invoke a powerful lightning bolt upon Molluck's head. With Molluck incapacitated, BigFace teleports to Abe, frees him, and teleports him out to a cheering crowd.

In my opinion I like the Mudokons that apper in the game and I like the wierd supernatural powers abe has but I do not like the slavery parts but I think Abe is cool!
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PostSubject: Re: Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee   Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee Icon_minitimeSat Oct 17, 2009 7:07 am

zack do you think they may make this game for wii or psp or ds Question

it would be fun to play sunny sunny
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PostSubject: Re: Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee   Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee Icon_minitimeSat Oct 17, 2009 7:46 am

No sorry but this was a coumputer game made in 1991
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