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Rodent's Revenge

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Platform: PC
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Rodent's Revenge review

Reviewed November 01, 2003

retro says: "The very first time cats and mice laid eyes on each other centuries ago, both animals knew that until the end of time they would be ruthless opposites that would never get along. Cats don't actually hate mice. They love them. Every time a cat even hears the sharp claws or teeth of a mouse, its stomach starts rumbling like a tremoring earthquake and its mouth fills up with enough saliva to drown Lake Michigan. When a feline actually sees one of those pesky rodents, it takes off just like a rocket..."
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