Paul Clansey

Alien

Alien

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

"In space no-one can hear you scream." That tagline from the movie is apt for this strategy adaptation that follows the plot line of the first movie in the franchise. The action starts after the chestburster scene which unleashes an alien organism into their enclosed spaceship. The remaining crew members must attempt to destroy it while the traitorous android tries to protect the alien. There are 3 decks to search with 35 different rooms which are connected by ducts which the alien can use to sneak up on people. You can herd the alien into an airlock to blast it out into space, or set the...

Cosmic Cruiser

Cosmic Cruiser

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

The Rallom Empire's plan to invade Earth has taken a step closer as they have taken over a space station belonging to Earth in a far flung area of space holding all the crew hostage. You are the pilot of an out-dated Cosmic Cruiser flying in the area so you have been given the mission to rescue the crew from the station in what could be a suicidal mission. As you approach you realise that your only plan is to leave your ship in your space suit and blast as many portals as you can on the spinning station from your roof mounted cannon. You then need to get crew members out and take them to your...

Gazza II

Gazza II

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

In the game inspired by legendary English footballer Paul 'Gazza' Gascoigne, you play matches with your favourite international team.. Moving in eight directions on a side-scrolling pitch, you also can control the power of your kick. Teams you choose are different in difficulty - Brazil is more powerful team then Albania. But you can't play in Premier League or a knockout championship. Two human players can play against each other, although only one can use a joystick on some versions.

Gazza II

Gazza II

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1990

In the game inspired by legendary English footballer Paul 'Gazza' Gascoigne, you play matches with your favourite international team.. Moving in eight directions on a side-scrolling pitch, you also can control the power of your kick. Teams you choose are different in difficulty - Brazil is more powerful team then Albania. But you can't play in Premier League or a knockout championship. Two human players can play against each other, although only one can use a joystick on some versions.

Ironhand

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

An H-Scrolling space Shooter, something of an limited Uridium clone. Incidental trivia on the game- the high score table defaults to characters from Zappa songs.

Legend of Kage

Legend of Kage

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

You play Kage, a skillful ninja in search of rescuing Princess Kiri from the hands of the warlord Yoshi. Armed only with a sword and 'star knives', you must fight your way through countless henchmen and the occasional boss to complete your task. Levels include the forest, moat, inside and outside of the castle. These levels repeat as the seasons change. The gameplay is side scrolling. Kage's moves include the ability jump extremely high in the air, grab and climb trees, block and attack with his sword, and throw shuriken. The game can be challenging at times though because the player dies in...

Super Soccer

Super Soccer

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

A soccer game for the C64?! I've never heard of such a thing! Pretty decent graphics but a bit hard to control, would be putting it kindly. Super Soccer the way SuperFriends were the best versions of the superheroes. However, blissfully avoids the management side of the game, so it has that going for it.

Time Trax

Time Trax

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

Dark forces have set out to destroy the fabric of time, by opening eight space-time continuum portals. Each one is guarded by a great mind, who must have a relevant object returned to them before they will allow you to seal the portals. Doing this requires formulating a spell from the runes the Minds give you. All of this is played out in a combination of side-view action and icon-based object manipulation. Starting in your living room as you search for a weapon and its bullets, you move along a network of levels and ladders, avoiding or shooting the many foes you encounter. Pressing down...

Trax!

Trax!

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

You are the drive of a train which starts with 4 carriages. When you pick up a passenger from the trackside, you score as many points as there are carriages. You must avoid the Ghost Trian, which will attempt to crash into you! When all the passengers have been collected, pass through the tunnel from the Right for more. Every time you enter the tunnel you gain an extra carriage.

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