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Would there ever be a King of the Hill video game?

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    ArmoredCore55

    [21]Sep 19, 2009
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    Sillygostly wrote:
    HelloStuart wrote:
    A KOTH video game would probably make as much sense as a "The Office" video game. Interpret that whichever way you'd like.


    Actually, both The Office AND King of the Hill have their own video games. A King of the Hill videogame for PC and Mac was released in 2000 by Fox Interactive, and The Office was released exclusively for PC in 2007 (plans for DS/PSP versions were canned).
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    HelloStuart

    [22]Oct 1, 2009
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    Sillygostly wrote:
    HelloStuart wrote:
    A KOTH video game would probably make as much sense as a "The Office" video game. Interpret that whichever way you'd like.

    Actually, both The Office AND King of the Hill have their own video games. A King of the Hill videogame for PC and Mac was released in 2000 by Fox Interactive, and The Office was released exclusively for PC in 2007 (plans for DS/PSP versions were canned).

    Virtual Dunder-Mifflin? Seriously?
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    ArmoredCore55

    [23]Feb 27, 2010
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    berberdog wrote:

    HelloStuart wrote:
    Underdog121488 wrote:
    No. The Simpsons is alot wackier than KOTH. KOTH would not work. What would Hank's attack be? Spraying propane at his enemies?
    Just going "Bwah?!"

    I think they could have "Hank's Propane Fun Run". You have Hank drive his truck to deliver propane tanks to client's homes throughout Arlen. You have to drive at the right speed limit and stop at every stop light. You also have to be courteous to your customers.

    Either that, or they could have "Rainey Street Tractor Racing". You choose which character and which tractor model and then you race. It's a 2-player game.

    Those sounds fun. "Pro-Pain" would've been cool as well.
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