Rick Dangerous FAQ

Frequently asked questions about Rick Dangerous Flash

What is Rick Dangerous Flash?
Back in 1989, Rick Dangerous was the Indiana Jones of computer games. His adventures bring you to South America, Egypt, Schwarzendumpf Castle and a mysterious Missile Base. Avoiding traps, perfect jumping and shooting sparingly are required skills. Today Rick Dangerous is playable on your browser!

What are the control keys?
Move Left Left Arrow Key
Move Right Right Arrow Key
Jump Up Arrow Key
Crawl Down Arrow Key
Shoot Ctrl + Up Arrow Keys
Bomb Ctrl + Down Arrow Keys
Use Stick Ctrl + Left/Right Arrow Keys
Pause Game P or Tab Key
Cheat Home Key
Note: you can't slide bombs.

Can you change the layout of the control keys?
The control layout may seem weird but it is true to the original game. Changing controls would alter playability of the game, thus defeating the fun.

How to disable the blurred look?
See the right click menu to change graphics quality. Mid quality is smoothed while playing and pixelated while scrolling. High quality is always smooth (slower) and low quality is always pixelated (faster).

How to save or resume a game?
Yon can't save a game, and there is no password system. But the [HOME] key gives you infinite lives & ammo and direct access to the four levels. Take advantage of cheating for training purposes.

Where to find help to pass a level?
See the full video solution thanks to Recorded Amiga Games. Moreover there are complete maps and video footage on the Rick Dangerous Forever and Rick Dangerous Resurrected websites.

Can I host Rick Dangerous Flash on my website?
No, it is not allowed since Rick Dangerous is copyrighted by Core Design, but linking to http://rickdangerousflash.free.fr/ is welcomed.

Is there a downloadable version?
Not yet, maybe later...