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This article is a quotation of' Wikipedia article which is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0, see "" Boppin' is a puzzle game developed by Accursed Toys Jennifer Diane Reitz Stephen_Lepisto originally published for the Amiga by KarmaSoft. The Amiga version only sold 284 copies, according to the developers, and so it was ported to DOS and released as shareware, published by Apogee Software. The two heroes are Yeet and Boik, computer game characters, inhabitants of an alternate universe (Arcapaedia) created and maintained by the dreams and belief of their fans. Each episode has a plot, the first involving the pure and sweet Hunnybunz trapping the monsters of computer games inside specially shaped blocks in an attempt to clean up the world of computer games, and the rest repeating this plot with slight changes - with the antagonist being a meaner version of Hunnybunz, or a family member. The heroes must rescue the monsters by bopping these shaped blocks, as explained below. There are multiple endings to the game, depending on the player's actions. Year of release of Amiga Version is 1992, DOS Version came out 1994Pasted Graphic
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