Cees Kramer

3D Tic Tac Toe

3D Tic Tac Toe

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

3D tic-tac-toe is an abstract strategy board game, you play here against the computer. It is similar in concept to traditional tic-tac-toe but is played in a cubical array of cells, 4x4x4. Players take turns placing their markers in blank cells in the array. The first player to achieve four of their own markers in a row wins. The winning row can be horizontal, vertical, or diagonal on a single board as in regular tic-tac-toe, or vertically in a column, or a diagonal line through four boards.

All Risks

All Risks

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

An advergame of an insurance company, the main goal is to recover the stolen successful slogans of said company, Victoria-Vesta. For each game, one of them was cut into pieces and hidden in rooms in two houses. When you find all parts of the slogan, you must form the slogan in the second part of the game. Looking for the slogans can be dangerous, but with a non-life insurance policy of Victoria-Vesta you run less risk. You can buy some of these insurances with a part of the budget made available for this at the start of the game. The premium will then be deducted from this budget.

Gobang

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Play against the computer and try to make 5 in a row to win.

Johnny

Johnny

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Johnny is a platform game with twenty single-screen levels. The player takes on the role of Snoopy , the dog from the comic series Peanuts. In each level the player must walk from left to right with Snoopy, while avoiding various dangers. After all twenty levels have been played, the game starts again, but now with a higher playing speed.

Kruiswoord

Kruiswoord

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

Finally a fun cassette game for the whole family. Always contains thousands of different crossword puzzles. Many options: printing, checking, fastest time.

Maps 64: USA

Maps 64: USA

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

Radarsoft created the educational program Maps USA for the US market and it was distributed by ACK, Inc. Maps USA teaches people in the States the geography of their own country. There are three options to choose from, which are Search, Test and Heligame. In the Search mode the player can type in the names of the States, rivers, seas, mountains and the game will automatically go to the right place on the map. If there are several places with the similar name, then the computer will tell that the place was found, but will ask the player which one was meant. In the Test mode the player has to name the places that has been pointed out by the computer in a certain time. In the heligame player controls a helicopter and must fly within a certain time limit to find the places indicated by the computer. Each place that have been found you'll get points. If the points are high enough, the player will get extra time and lesser known places in the next level.

Maps Europe

Maps Europe

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

An educational computer game which teaches the locations and names of cities, towns, regions and rivers of Europe. There are 3 modes, which are Opzoeken (Look up), Overhoring (Quiz), Het Stedenspel (The City Game). The game contains a mid 1980s map of Europe, as evidenced by countries such as East Germany, West Germany, Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia. It contains many names and locations of cities, rivers and seas. In Look Up mode you can type the name of a city or sea and the game will point it out on the map. In Quiz mode, the game will point a randomly selected place and the player must type in the name on time. The helicopter mode is the main part of the game. The player controls a helicopter and must fly to a randomly selected city or location before the time runs out. When the helicopter is close enough to the target city or location, it will turn into a pulsating red dot. Additionally there is an information browser which shows data per country or a bar graph comparing all countries. The data includes the area in square kilometers, population, agriculture, industry and service industry data.

Maps World

Maps World

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Topografie Wereld is a Dutch educational program which was used in the '80s to help primary school children learn their geography of the world. There are three options to choose from, which are Opzoeken (Look up), Overhoring (Quiz) and Helikopterspel (The Helicopter Game). The game use a mid 1980s map of the world, so there are countries that still exists in that time like the Soviet Union. In the Look Up mode the player can type in places and the game will automatically go to the right place on the map. In the Quiz Mode the player has to name the places that has been pointed out by the computer in a certain time. In the Helicopter game player controls a helicopter and has to fly within a certain time limit to find the places around the world that have been indicated by the computer. These places will only appear if you are close enough. Each place that have been found you'll get points. If the points are high enough, the player will get extra time and smaller places in the next level.

Railroad

Railroad

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Prevent a train accident by moving the rails within the screen. You can use the fire button three times to turn the train. The speed increases as you progress in the game. You can use the fire-button three times to turn the trains.

Rescue 17

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Welcome to the year 2037. Space has become a normal place to live. Astronauts are all over the solar system. But a voyage to another planet is still dangerous. A spaceship sometimes gets out of order and the crew has to be saved. Special ships are developed for this purpose. The rescue rockets. You are the commander of Rescue-17. It is your job to get as many people as possible out of their hostile surroundings. Good luck!

Seawar

Seawar

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Try to destroy your opponent without damaging the neutral ships.

Space Rendez Vous

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

A two player only simultaneous play game, but not a cooperative game. The two players compete to get 10 points first. Points are obtained by having a rendezvous, which is only possible if landed or crashed.

Tanks (RadarSoft)

Tanks (RadarSoft)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Simple, straightforward mano y mano tank battle. If there was a C64 sequel to the 2600 Combat this would be it.

Tempo Typing

Tempo Typing

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Tempo Typing is an educational typing game developed by Cees Kraper and published by RadarSoft in 1984. It was also released in Germany and The Netherlands under the names Tempo Tippen and Tempo Typen respectively.

The Caves of Oberon

The Caves of Oberon

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

The Caves of Oberon is a puzzle game that takes place in a large cave system on Oberon, one of the moons of Uranus. The caves hold knowledge of a long extinct culture and the aim of the game is simply to discover all of that knowledge. The player is in control of a saucer-like spaceship that is controlled from a side view perspective. Interaction with objects in the world, such as computers, sensors, fuel tanks and radars, is done by directing a beam onto them. To progress through the caves it is necessary to unlock doors by interacting with computers. The player is then given a puzzle that has to be solved, for example a math problem where the correct missing number has to be entered or a word with a letter missing. While moving around it is necessary to avoid bumping into the cave walls since the ship will take damage and when it is destroyed the game is over. Fuel is also limited and it is necessary to refuel at the fuel tanks.

Topografie Nederland

Topografie Nederland

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Nederlandse Topografie is an educational computer game which teaches the locations and names of cities and places in The Netherlands. The game contains a map of The Netherlands with many names and locations of cities, towns, lakes, rivers, regions and provinces. There are 3 modes, which are Opzoeken (Look up), Overhoring (Quiz), Het Stedenspel (The City Game), and 4 difficulty levels. In Look Up mode you can type names of a city or river and the game will point it out on the map. In Quiz mode, the game will point at a randomly selected place and the player must type in the name within the time limit. The input is very strict, if the player makes a typo and misspells even just one letter it is considered incorrect. The helicopter mode is the main part of the game. In this mode the game randomly displays the name of a city or location, and the player controls a helicopter which must fly to that location before the time runs out. When the helicopter is close enough to the target city or location, it will turn into a pulsating red dot. Each correct city or location is one point, get 5 errors and the game ends. In Quiz mode or The City Game, after 15 points the game goes to a higher difficulty level and it will start selecting less common cities, smaller towns and more obscure rivers.

Verkeers Rally

Verkeers Rally

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

Verkeers Rally is an educational game in which the player has to look for control stations in a busy and unknown metropolis to reach the finish through the knowledge of map reading and traffic rules. But the player must locate six transmitters within one hour. However, each transmitter contains a battery that only works for ten minutes. The first transmitter works from 9:50 to 10:00. The second from 10:00 to 101.0 etc. until at 10:50 the sixth transmitter battery is exhausted and the game is over. With these means the player can find the transmitters: Large blue signs with white letters on which "Signal" is displayed; These indicate an electronic arrow in the direction of the currently working transmitter. District map: when the player parks there and presses the fire button, you get to see the part of the city where you are at that moment. A green rectangle represents the entire city; a small gray rectangle indicates in which part you are now. A small white dot is the first transmitter. Sonar stations: if the player parks here, you will see the part of the town where you are at that moment and hear a whistle and see white dots on the screen. The faster they go, the closer you are to the transmitter. The buildings with the inscription "Puzzle": if the player parks here and presses the fire button, you will see a part of the city where the transmitter is located. By means of the map that you find in the manual, you can find out which part of the city that is. From the third channel (from 10:20 onward) only pieces of the plan are shown. During the search for the transmitters, the game is interrupted regularly to ask the player about certain traffic situations, such as identifying which of the road users has priority. The player also has to refuel regularly at one of the filling stations. Because if the player is without petrol, there will be an automatic refuel and the player will pay penalty seconds. So the player must keep an eye on the fuel gauge at the bottom of the screen. If the player sees a black rectangle appear on the pavement, the player must stop and press the fire button; one of the transmitters has been found.

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