Titus the Fox was a platformer from way back in 1991. We had it on our Windows 3.1 computer when I was a kid and I think this was my sisters’ favorite. At least, I hope so, because when I tried to copy it for a friend and rendered the disk useless due to some copyright code, they almost killed me. Let’s discuss why.
Titus was a cute game and took place somewhere in the middle east where magic carpets are the norm. You play as the fox and are trying to get to the end of each level in search of your female counterpart. But she’s always
in another castle somewhere else and you need to keep running through a gauntlet of baddies. If I recall, your primary mode of attack is picking things up and throwing them – including the bad guys. If you could approach them from behind, you could throw them. There was usually some sort of stacking puzzle in the level as well.
It was a fairly standard platformer, but the graphics were pretty good for a 1991 computer game running on 3.1. The soundtrack was cutesy as well. I can see why my younger sisters liked the game and I would like to formally apologize for destroying it. I’m glad you’ve grown up without too much mental scarring as a result of my technical ignorance.