Bi-Fi Roll - Action in Hollywood (AMI)
|Bi-Fi Roll - Action in Hollywood|
Bi-Fi Roll - Action in Hollywood is a point-and-click adventure. During his vacation job as a courier, the student Lukas has to deliver a screenplay directly to the managing director of a film studio, only to find that he disappeared. As he searches the building for him, he notices peculiar mishaps.
The game was an advertisement for a German snack brand and freeware from the beginning. It was praised for its moderate length and humor, cracking many puns on famous films and stars. In contrast, the advertising is unobtrusive and said by a few gamers to have had no effect on them.
The titles are unofficial and based on the respective song's first (and in case of Main Menu and Labyrinth, only) appearance in the game. The remaining appearances seem unrelated to each other.
Secretary is the same as Doorman without the outdoors sound effect and with a later loop point.
All songs were recorded from WinUAE 3.6.1 with the stereo separation set to 100%, as per a real Amiga.
|01||Main Menu||Rudolf Stember||2:17||Download|
The driver and the MDAT file are embedded within the executable and named after it in the rip. The SMPL file is separate, but compressed.
This game uses the standard Amiga 8364 chip.
- mobygames.com/game/amiga/bi-fi-roll-action-in-hollywood - MobyGames.
- gamefaqs.gamespot.com/amiga/673576-bifi-ii-action-in-hollywood - GameFAQs.
|Bi-Fi Roll - Snack Zone||•|
|Bi-Fi Roll - Action in Hollywood||•|
|Notable Personnel||Rudolf Stember • Jochen Heß|
|Notable Companies||phenomedia • Freelance Development|