Hans Ippisch

Aidon: The Apocalypse

Aidon: The Apocalypse

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

Released in Golden Disk 64 #12 (1990). From Rainbow Arts team member Hans Ippisch, this Xevious-inspired shooter has you flying over six levels where you have to collect power-ups good enough to help you blow away the bosses. Your distance to the end-of-level point is shown before you begin each level and also if you lose a life.

Danger Freak

Danger Freak

Commodore 64 - Released - January 1, 1988

You are a stuntman and have to perform death-defying stunts, like riding a motorcycle avoiding obstacles and jumping on ramps, driving a car and jumping onto a helicopter before your car crashes against a wall, and later continue around on jetskis. Every time you mess a trick up, the scene has to be cut. If there are too many cuts, you'll lose a "life".

Kangarudy

Kangarudy

Commodore 64 - Released - 1992

The objective of the game is to get your van and kangaroo from one place to the next in pursuit of either water or land, as indicated on the options screen. There are four routes to choose from. Keep your kangaroo bouncing on the top of your van by pressing right to speed the van up, and left to slow it down. Up and down are used to pick slopes to drive on when you get to them. Choosing the wrong one may result in hitting a boulder! Pressing fire while the kangaroo is in the air gives him a parachute that keeps him in the air for longer if things get tricky "down under". He can also...

Kangarudy II: The Adventure Continues

Kangarudy II: The Adventure Continues

Commodore 64 - Released - 1992

Kangarudy II: The Adventure Continues... is very similar to its predecessor. The player has freed some kangaroos from being slain and now has to bring them back to their home. From a world map, the route to Australia is chosen. Then the game switches to a side-scrolling level, where majority of the playing time takes place. Here the player drives from left to right (either by boat or truck), avoids obstacles and collects power-ups like extra lives or parachutes. However, the main problem are the kangaroos which can't stand still. So they regularly jump out of the vehicle and the player has...

Pure Seed

Pure Seed

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

Published in the German game magazine, Game On 1991/04 and also included on "Kangarudy II". Your task in this horizontal shooter is to get the ball to a higher level. To shoot you must release the ball, you can catch it again by touching it and holding the button. You only have a certain number of bounces before you lose. So you must let it bounce to destroy the enemies and then grab it up again. The ball shows up on your RADAR in case you get caught up in a battle. You can reach a higher level by entering all of the zones marked by a cross in the lower left display. Some opponents will grab...

Soldier

Soldier

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

You are a soldier and each level is a different form of combat. You start with just your rifle and your wits, shooting and avoiding masses of troops blocking your way towards town, in the next level you control a tank, in the third you control an attack helicopter. If you can survive through all three you can win the war!

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