+ Route 66
+ Rides Again
Decent shooter with humour that is completely off the mark with me. As FPS it was competent for sure but far from the other Build engine games.
Most enemies are uniteresting, too many of them are hitscan with too good aim to be fun and fighting them is often not much fun (hello, vixens and your teat guns). For some reason, while most enemy weapons gives you feedback of beaing hit, some of them don't and it is quite aggravating to suddenly note I am down to quarter of health without even noticing.
Guns were OK but nothing too interesting. I spent most of the time with shotgun anyway.
As for level desing it was not bad but I was not too blown away yet again. It made me to go back and forth a lot and it didn't help that all keys look the same and there is no way to tell which doors are open by what key. Also I wonder who decided to make the game about hicks battling other cloned hicks and aliens so puzzle-heavy. :-)
Redneck Rampage and Suckin' Grits on Route 66 is barely distinguishable but I have to say I liked Rides Again:Arkansas a lot more. The levels were better done and I enjoyed stumbling around in most of them. Unlike previous 2 in this one they also haven't tried to suddenly inflate difficulty in episode 2 by adding tons of hard enemies. In fact I found it bit too easy after playing previous ones.
I was afraid about driving mechanics but they are actually quite fun. Well motorcycle was, boat not as much as you could way too easily drive into own bombs. But god, if you give player one long canyon to drive through and murder everyone in badass fashion, don't hide keys along the way, forcing player to go back and look into every nook to find some dumb secluded area to crawl in.
I used erampage to play it and while it is not as well done as eduke it was serviceable and still better than playing it raw.
But there certainly were some bugs casued by the source port and some things were simply not working.
It took me some 8 hours on average for each of the games so some 24 total.
Overall fairly enjoyable experience but one I am not too eager to replay in the future. List of my awesome accomplishments.