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Proton pack is strapped.
Busting makes me feel good like
’80s Sig Weaver.


Posted on October 13th, 2006 by Mister Bung


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*NSYNC Hotline – PC Game Review

Posted on January 27th, 2006 by Alastair Craig

Few bands (some would say none at all) have made as big a contribution to the music scene as Popular Musical Group *NSYNC. With a distinguished song library spanning Everybody (Backstreet’s Back), Like a Rolling Stone and the theme from Murder, She Wrote, the group is nothing short of a heaven-sent treasure to the undeserving mortal realm.

Unfortuantely, this burdens any *NSYNC merchandise with a lot to live up to. Can this tie-in PC game, with its promises of “five funny games”, “EXCLUSVIE! voice and video clips” and the chance to “learn the secrets of the boys”, do justice to the *NSYNC legacy? As a member of the twentysomething male target demographic, I vowed to find out. Continue Reading »

Amazonian Ethel

Posted on December 1st, 2005 by Alastair Craig

Reader Reviews from TRC’s Resident Puritan Nutcase

We’re sorry – we really don’t know how it happened, but what’s done is done and there’s no use making excuses. Somebody has introduced our favourite fictitious fundimentalist critic, Ethel Roberts, to

Yes, Ethel Roberts. Crusader for the good and champion of the pure. She emerges now, shielded with self-righteousness and sething with strongly worded paragraphs, here to let the world at large now how she feels about not only this, but also that. Especially that.

Come with her now as she snaps on the rubber gloves and runs a finger around the inside of’s Reader Reviews section.

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The Excellent Game Psychonauts

Posted on May 5th, 2005 by Ben K

As it may or may not have been suggested, the one and only Tim Schafer (creator of such fine quality titles as Day of the Tentacle, Full Throttle and Grim Fandango, or at least somebody who knows him) has been rumoured to have once (maybe) visited our very own site.

But who cares about that? I’ve got my very own copy of his latest exploits, made by the awesome half-leprechaun people from Double Fine. Behold, then, as we take you on our very own PSYCHONAUTS ADVENTURE!

Click, and be blown away by the awesomeness of its blinding stupendousness! Go now! Puffy McTattoo Lady compels you! “Puff puff!” she says! “My lungs are rotting away as I speak, so every word I say is extremely precious! I’m wasting precious talk time to tell you to click! So click!”


“PUFF!! PUFF!! Oh, I can feel the tar eating away at those little puffy things inside my lungs. But it’s okay! I’ll cope. Don’t worry, I’m tough – I have a tattoo! I’ll bet you wish you had a tattoo as tough as mine, don’t you? Well, you can’t get one. Only tough people who can handle tar can get tattoos like these.”

“Like me.”

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The full archive of , Aussie Ben‘s shortlived pictorial placing dialogue from our favourite LucasArts adventure games in the real world.

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Game Downloads: Mr. Pants 2000 & 2001

Posted on January 1st, 2001 by Alastair Craig

Pinch the Pants and WIN $20!In the early 21st century, the letters page of videogame developer Rare Ltd festered into a bizarre online culture. mascot “Mr. Pants” became the face of this great social movement (an unfortuante side-effect of which being this very website).

But this badly-drawn survey man inspired far better things than the occasional dubious animated GIF.  Loyal fan Chris Allcock crafted a fiercely addictive series of games, singlehandedly rejuvenating the fledgling stick-man-dodging-falling-items-to-stolen-music genre. He now works at Rare himself, so clearly he did something right.

The Rubber Chicken is delighted to host these two national treasures for you, the bright-eyed hopefuls of tomorrow.  Enjoy.

Mr. Pants 2000

Mr. Pants 2001

Both games are freeware, and may only be distributed with the author’s permission.  If you have any questions or comments, please leave them on this page and we’ll gladly relay them to Chris. Will he reply? No idea!

View’s full Mr. Pants archive.

If you enjoyed the Mister Pants games, why not try The Rubber Chicken Podcast?  It has many things in common, chiefly the letters R, O, P, N, T, A and S.