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Cloning Clyde Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

Cloning Clyde
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  • Genre:Action
  • Developer: NinjaBee
  • Release Date:Jul 19, 2006
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:E10+ - Everyone 10+ (Cartoon Violence, Crude Humor)
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Game Description:Cloning Clyde is a completely unique 3D adventure and puzzle game that may bring new meaning to the word "schizophrenic". In addition to a single-player story and individual challenging scenarios, enjoy multiplayer split-screen or online play, both co-op and vs. modes, with friends from all over the world. Clyde was an ordinary (but slightly dim) guy before Dupliclone Inc. paid him $20 to take part in a cloning experiment. Now he’s multiple ordinary dim guys trapped in the nefarious Dupliclone Lab. To escape his diabolical captors, Clyde is going to have to get a little creative with himself and those around him. Lucky for him, Dupliclone left a whole lot of strange technology laying around, and it's up to Clyde to clone, combine, and mutate his way out of the evil Dupliclone trap. As Clyde adventures and meets new inhabitants of the Dupliclone labs, he'll combine with apes, frogs, chickens, and more.
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