King of the Hill
For those of us who have always wanted to visit Arlen, Texas, but have never been able to organize a trip, now all the thrills come to the home computer with King of the Hill. Inspired by the hit TV show, it features the Hills and their neighbors in 20 different Fourth of July games and activities, such as Barbecue, which Hank Hill says is "the only cooking that should be done by a man." Mow Hank's lawn quickly and thoroughly to win the lawn mower race. Go on a scavenger hunt in the Hill house with Bobby. Peggy's Tic Tac Toss game combines her favorite hobbies: word games and softball. Bill tries to re-create his first date with Lenore, his ex-wife, by building a miniature golf course. While Lenore will nevermore use it, that doesn't stop you. Meanwhile, Dale has turned his backyard into a paintball course, and you'll find old appliances and other objects to hide behind. Paintball, of course, is just practice for a trip with the Arlen Huntin' Club.
Game Modes: In the beginning of Hootenany, you are welcomed to the neighborhood with a list of things in the mail. Upon taking out the trash you see Hank, Dale, Bill, and Boomhauer in the alley, and the simulation begins. There are several minigames that you can play. They include Mini-Golf, Lawnmower Race, Paintball, Scavenger Hunt, and Tic-Tac-Toss. You can also explore a limited part of the town.
In the beginning of Texas Huntin', you start out by getting a hunting license. You meet the guys, and they invite you to their hunt. The game is pretty dull, but has humorous moments, such as shooting Dale in the arm.
MINIMUM PC REQUIREMENTS
300MB hard drive space
Game was made for Windows 95/98/ME.
Not sure it will work on Windows 2000/XP.
It did not work or even install under Windows 7.
4 years ago