¡Qué pasa, NENG!
|¡Qué pasa, NENG!|
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¡Que pasa, NENG! (What's up, CANIS!) is a video game based on Neng de Castefa, a character created by the Spanish comedian Edu Soto, through which he parodies the urban tribe of the Bakalas. It features five minigames.
It had a predominantly negative reception in specialized media reviews such as the Spanish video game portal MeriStation, which awarded a score of 2 out of 10. Despite this, many copies were sold, resulting in the game being easy to find in second-hand stores.
Unused Audio and Thumbnails
Present in BIGFILE.PKF are the game's sound clips in VAG format, as well as the original (and unused) WAV clip for each one with the same name.
There's also seven Thumbs.db files inside BIGFILE.PKF, some of which contain early versions of game textures.
Fortune (La Fortuna Rueda)
Xonix (La Guardia)
Two textures of an early board can be found in the unused Thumbs.db of this minigame with the sentence "GO NENG!!?" instead of the NENG photograph.
FlyCatch (Spot Konstitu)
A blue version of the sight exists.
There's also two PNG versions of the used muse$new01.bmp called new01.png (with alpha layer) and muse$new01 copy.png (without alpha layer) and an early unused version of this bug textures.
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Tetris (El Embalaje)
A 16×16 totally white texture named cube$white4test.BMP can be found in Tetris textures. Final cube textures are 32×32.
There's also an unused car$interior.png file which is a scaled-down 256×256 PNG copy of the used 512×512 car$interior.bmp.