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Devil Assault

Devil Assault

Dragon 32/64 - Released - 1983

A classic space shooter by Ken Kalish released by Microdeal. Fast paced action, intense sound and some original twists to an old theme characterize this game. The game consists of four different levels. When all levels are completed, it starts at the first level again. Level 1 is the Bombing Wave with space birds flying back and forth trying to bomb your ship at the bottom of the screen. Level 2 is a second Bombing Wave, somewhat more difficult than the first since the birds are located closer to your ship. Level 3 is the Robot Assault. Now the action becomes more challenging. Robots...

Donkey King

Donkey King

Dragon 32/64 - Released - 1983

Donkey King is an unofficial remake of the coin-op game Donkey Kong. When Microdeal found itself facing accusations of infringing on the original Donkey Kong series (see the Dragon User magazine of June 1983 for more details), the name was changed to The King. The game can be played at normal or slow speed. It is also possible to play in practice mode. In this mode you will start the game with 12 lives, but you will not be able to enter your name in the high score table.

Worlds of Flight

Worlds of Flight

Dragon 32/64 - Released - 1984

Worlds of Flight is a civilian flight simulator depicting a single engine trainer aircraft, limited aerobatics capable, and equipped with steerable and retractable gear. The scenery is organized in 9 adjoining maps called 'worlds' plus a common airport scenery that recurs on every map. The views are drawn as wire graphics to save memory, and you can cross from one map to another to make longer flights. The worlds/maps have 3D objects like towers and mountains that needs to be avoided or navigated by, and there are beacons that let you use IFR instruments to find the airports. There is a...

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