At the dawn of Anno Domini
2011, MFGGers had the opportunity to partake of a groundbreaking game called Cheerwine Deluxe. Adored by a handful of fans and misunderstood by critics, Cheerwine Deluxe made great strides in the progress of Western thought, in realms as diverse as aeronautical engineering, marine biology, theology, and American football. Cheerwine Deluxe 3 builds on this rich heritage of clashing graphics and absurd Canadian plotlines
The images available on the avatar selection screen, an essential holdover from the original CD, show a hint of randomness about the selections.
Yoshi vs. Facebook?
No! Not Youppi! Anything but Youppi! HELP!
That green dino looks inquisitively as he finds himself in a rather unfamiliar environment.
When the game's on the line, you gotta shoot free throws. Guide the Jacksonville High School Girls' Basketball Player of the Year to free throw glory.
I will release this game when I feel like it! In other words, it's a joke game, and it tries to meld quality gameplay with insane doses of silliness. Take that.