|Rocky, The Rabid Raccoon|
|System Loaded Into||Mainframe|
|User Form||Rocky, The Rabid Raccoon|
|Appearance||Between a Raccoon and a Hard Place|
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Unlike most Games the User has played 'Rocky the Rabid Raccoon' comes with its own self-explanatory introduction screen, shamelessly promoting the character, thereby rendering Glitch's Game stats obsolete.
The first one has various cartoon-style settings from the old west to suburban environments where the players are desert town citizens, a biker girl, and a hunter. Their goal is to kill off Rocky's three lives in succession and keep him from getting food to power-up with. To make things even more difficult there are extra-lives hidden throughout the Game. If Rocky ever acquires any food he'll power-up, making him virtually unstoppable. In the first version Rocky could move at incredibly fast speeds meaning one defender alone could never catch him. It took the combined efforts of Enzo Matrix and the Mainframers to eventually stop the crazy raccoon.(Between a Raccoon and a Hard Place)
The User's form in this Game was saved as undeleted RAM. After the Viral Wars, Mainframe began to crash. All undeleted RAM was released into the system, including the User from the Rocky The Rabid Raccoon Game. (System Crash)
- Rocky the Raccoon is a combination of the titular characters from the Crash Bandicoot and Sonic the Hedgehog series, referencing his crazy demeanor and ability to run at high speed
- Many of the settings of the game's levels are inspired by Looney Tunes, particularly the southwest desert commonly seen in Road Runner cartoons. Rocky himself is also a combination of both Bugs Bunny and the Road Runner.
- Enzo reboots into a big-headed hunter with a shotgun and a speech impediment, referencing Elmer Fudd from Looney Tunes.
- Rocky the Raccoon was voiced by Stevie Vallance, who also provided the voice for Mouse.