See full list on gamefabrique.com. Item 2 Captain Claw Monolith DVD Game PC 1997 VERY RARE 1 - Captain Claw Monolith DVD Game PC 1997 VERY RARE. $150.00 +$20.00 shipping. Item 3 1pc, Sterling Silver 925 Lobster Claw Clasp, Made in Italy Wholesale All Sizes 2 - 1pc, Sterling Silver 925 Lobster Claw Clasp, Made in Italy Wholesale All Sizes. Claw is a fun but little-known side-scrolling 2D platformer game from Monolith. The Adrenaline Vault's detailed review explains why action fans should take a look: 'Based roughly during the 15th century, Claw takes us to an almost parallel earth where the known world is ruled by the Cocker Spaniard Kingdom.
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Claw is a fun but little-known side-scrolling 2D platformer game from Monolith. The Adrenaline Vault's detailed review explains why action fans should take a look:
'Based roughly during the 15th century, Claw takes us to an almost parallel earth where the known world is ruled by the Cocker Spaniard Kingdom. However, instead of playing a human, cyborg, or mushroom like in other popular side-scrolling adventures, you get to play a part in one of the classic rivalries -- cats against dogs!
Your role in this monumental adventure is that of Captain Nathaniel J. Claw, a feline pirate of the seven seas, infamous to all. The King, tired of your exploits, has put a rich bounty on your head of one million gold pieces, dead or alive. The game begins as you attempt escape from your Spanish prison and your search for the gems that power the Nine Lives Amulet, which is reputed to grant immortality to the owner.
Claw is filled with 14 huge levels to play through, with each level progressing you further towards escape and the Nine Lives Amulet. So how big is huge? Well, the first three levels will probably take you twenty minutes each, but once you hit level four, The Dark Woods, expect to spend at least an hour or more. Each level is unique and draws you far deeper into the story than you would ever expect a side-scroller to accomplish, but Claw does so easily. As an example, once you escape from La Roca prison, you fight your way through the Battlements to a showdown with your captor. Once slaying him, which is no easy feat, you escape to the Footpath and then The Dark Woods. As you reach certain points in the game, you'll see animated cutscenes which relate more of the storyline to you. These cutscenes are professionally animated movies when it comes right down to it and their depth rivals some Disney movies I've seen.
One thing I really noticed about Claw was how fluid the animation is throughout the game. Each character and background looks as though it was 'painted' onto the screen. Imagine playing a cool 3D cartoon and you've come fairly close to what Claw is like. The maps contain that cartoon depth, with some of the background extending forward to conceal areas of the map. Plus, each character is drawn with such detail that you could just watch them for a couple of minutes and be entertained by it.
Of course, true to side-scroller style, there are objects to be picked up throughout the game, plus warps to secret levels. The main item you'll pick up, either floating in mid-air or dropped when you slay some enemy is gold. Gold, as you might expect, adds to your point total during the game and how much your score goes up depends on the type of treasure you receive. The most common item is the gold coin, followed by items such as scepters, amulets, and even crowns. There are also special weapons you can pick up like the fire sword, which sends a burst of flaming death across the screen torching all the creatures in its path and special items like invisibility and invulnerability.
Whereas with most games you can only play with eight other people, Claw supports 64 players at the same time when on a LAN or online network! The network play has several cool features as well which include: level racing -- for the best time or score across a level, marathon level racing -- which is similar to level racing but the race can span multiple levels, the ability to use custom maps, and the ability to upload your high score to the Claw website for instant ranking with other players.
Perhaps the only downside to Claw's multiplayer support is that the game was designed to be used exclusively with Engage, which on first glance might make you think this excludes most of the people out there. However, since the game also supports LAN (IPX) games, you will probably be able to play on any online service that supports the IPX protocol for games.
Claw gets a 5 star rating and with good reason, this game is intense and more fun to play than most of the games that have come across my desk in quite some time. Monolith doesn't fail to impress with Claw and are certainly becoming more impressive as a whole than many companies are already. Kudos also have to go out to Takrajimasha, Inc. who helped in Claw's creation by helping to produce such a top-notch game.
All this praise isn't to say Claw is perfect, the game has some annoying 'flaws.' For instance, I felt the game had too few save game locations in it. Claw, like most side-scrollers, will let you continue from locations when you pass a flag on the way should you die and have another life. However, Claw only contains two actual save game locations in each level, so if you die completely, you usually end up having to fight through a hideous amount of territory to get back to where you were before.
In addition, the game doesn't offer up as many extra lives as most games do, and finding extra magic ammo is rare. These few 'flaws' in Claw are enough to make the game incredibly difficult but overall, still addictingly fun to play.'
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to get the Captain Claw cutscenes (Win 95 version) to work with rip version, just copy the 'CLAW.FEC' file (after you mount the Claw ISO to image) to main Claw directory then the cutscenes will work but it has the same issues with slowdown but it can be fixed as well.
to get the cutscenes running properly with djVoodoo 2 program, open the voodoo settings on the direct X section, VRAM must be on 16 MB and on the miscellaneous select the 'fast video memory access' to fix the cutscenes slow-down. then the cutscenes will finally run normally, but keep in mind it's not perfect, it does have very small frame stuttering from time to time but they are at least working and watchable.
one of my childhood favorite games, if you download the RIP version, Captain Claw will run very slow and choppy, but there a way to fix this problem. you have to download 'dgVoodoo2' program, extract it from zip file then copy 'dgVoodooCpl.exe', the 'dgVooDoo.conf' and the 3 dll files that's inside the MS file to the main directory where you're claw file is, then open the dgVoodooCpl.exe you can play with the setting, i suggest to turn off the water marker in glide and direct X settings otherwise it's going to be on bottom corner of the screen when you play which is distracting. then it fixes the slow-down and the game will run perfectly fine they way it should have and it's very fun. if you download the ISO version (for the missing cutscenes) you have to mount it to an image (you need download a mounting iso program to make it work) and then copy the movie folder to you're claw directory (RIP version) then you can have access to the cutscenes, but sadly the cutscenes have issues, there not from the superior smooth DVD version but the original Pixely Win 95 version which don't run very well on modern systems, they run a in regular speed but slows-down constantly which is really annoying and needs some work around them or maybe a different source for these such as the claw fan-site which has a lot of options for the game's assets. overall the game does work great on modern system it just needs some work.
Captain Claw! *smack* *punch* *swipe* Aaaauuughgh!!
why does the game play slow?
Akshay Kalson2020-05-310 point
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nostalgia man2020-05-260 point
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I got only stage in game
insert nickname here2020-01-290 point
i love the game. it was my childhood game but i cant run it
Henry Pellinger2020-01-201 point
Man, I remember always going to my local Library and playing this game. I loved it so much but I could never beat it. Too bad some kid stole the game :( Glad I found it here though, I just typed in the search bar,'Side scrolling game where you play as a cat in a pirate outfit,' Lo and behold here it is. Thank you!!!
@Young Chris2019-08-300 point
I have followed this game since I was a kid and I love it.
Hoping to get the other version
captain claw runs very slow can't play the game
Dam Carvalho2019-08-11-1 point
This is the full version with movies?
Re-loader activator free download windows 10. habeeb2019-07-071 point
this game is the best and the game played in my family was from 1899
I played this game a lot.
[email protected]2018-12-190 point
Holy scrap this was my childhood game!!!!
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It's NO ISO!! it's a Nero image .mdf and .mds files
It is nice game
thank u very much
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I had difficulty mounting the ISO, I found that the disk it was copied from had a sector size of 2352 bytes, rather than the standard 2048 bytes.
I'm not sure whether this approach I'm about to explain loses data, but I found that by copying the 2048 bytes that follow after 24 bytes from each sector, produces a file that can be mounted.
Here is the (crude) program I wrote in C, in order to accomplish this: http://codepad.org/7lBixSQl
Hope this is helpful to someone, took me a while to figure it out!
Anyone have a problem with the game freezing after 4-5 minutes?
Runs smoothly with 'legacy mode' and the.. rollback to windows 95 function.
But after 4-5 minutes the game just freezes, sound keeps rolling, sounds like the entire game is rolling, enemies walking and discovering you etc. but picture stuck?
As one of the few who could ever beat 'SPACE ACE' the spin-off from 'DRAGON'S LAIR', you can bet I spent many a tween year in the old-school arcade locations. Many of those stand-up console machines were side-scrollers including little known gems like 'MOON PATROL', 'RASTAN' or 'GOLD MINE'. 'CLAW' leaves all those behind and hits it so out of the park as to SHOOT THE MOON.
For anyone looking for additional information or help with this game, head to http://kapitanpazur.piasta.pl/en/
which one should i download to play the full game? ISO,RIP or patch1.3?
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|Claw v126.96.36.199 'CrazyHook'||146 MB||The full version of Claw, prepared specifically with Windows 7/8/10 in mind. Includes the CrazyHook update (brought to you by Zax37 and Kubus_PL) and dgVoodoo, which should fix framerate issues. Includes custom levels up to 24/08/2020. Highly recommended: when in doubt, download this version.|
|DVD torrent||1,3 GB||The entire game, plus cinematics, plus lots more. Hosted off-site, you need a BitTorrent client such as uTorrent to download.|
|Claw CD Rip||29 MB||A CD rip of Claw. Needs a registration key that you'll find in the attached text file. As of 2016, we recommend downloading the v1.4.3 package instead (see above).|
|Rip version fix||551 KB||Windows 7 and Vista fix for the rip version of Claw (see above).|
|Claw Setup||63 KB||A custom-made installer for Claw that works on modern, 64-bit operating systems. Can automatically copy the music and movies to your HDD, as well as apply the registry fix for Windows XP or later. Provided by SupSuper.|
|Cutscenes||25 MB||In-game movies from the DVD version of Claw, compressed using the XviD codec.|
|Claw Level Editor||770 KB||WapWorld, the original Claw level editor complete with a readme and help file.|
|WapMap||3 MB||A new, alternative level editor for Claw that dramatically improves on WapWorld's feature set and usability. Originally created by kijanek6 and currently maintained by Zax37.|
|Claw v1.3 Update||682 KB||Enables TCP/IP and DirectPlay functionality. Required to play online.|
|DirectX Windower||716 KB||Allows to play Claw (as well as other games) in windowed mode. Currently unavailable on TCR (falsely flagged as malware by our host).|
|Fullscreen [F11]||562 KB||A companion to DirectX Windower, use this tool to force full screen mode if you're only looking to mitigate performance issues and would rather play Claw in full screen.|
|Rich's Walkthroughs||88 KB||Walkthroughs in text format for each of the game's 14 levels, written by Rich Kleinhenz and given to me by Teo phil. Additionally, a walkthrough for Randy's UnderSeaWorld custom level. I converted them from HTML to text to minimise download time.|
|Claw Design Document||261 KB||Basically a Claw master guide that provides help with every aspect of the game. Was written for a pre-release version of the game and is out of date, but well worth the look.|
|Claw Art||1,3 MB||Over 20 art files, from development sketches to large wallpaper images.|
|Claw Music||1,4 MB||All the music from the game in .mid format, and also the end themes in .wav format.|
|Claw Trailer||2,7 MB||The official trailer of Claw from the game's website. 160x120 resolution, AVI format.|
|Claw Help File||114 KB||An excellent 'newbie guide' to the game by Alienz9k and Sparkboy.|
|Claw Wallpaper Art||800 KB||Background images for your desktop.|
|Rough Drawings||2,3 MB||Unique Claw development sketches.|
|Map Shots||1,7 MB||Map shots of all 14 levels.|
|Icons||8,6 KB||A small set of Claw-themed icons.|
|Claw Dialog List||4 KB||Very useful when creating custom levels, this list features all the Claw dialog sound triggers that can be used in the editor.|
|Crack||552 KB||Enables you to play without the CD. Extract the archive into your Claw installation folder.|
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