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B.C. Kid

B.C. Kid

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1992

B.C. Kid (the Amiga version only got the european title) is a prehistoric platform game where you are in control of a large bald headed caveman, guiding him through the levels taking out all manner of strange prehistoric creatures that get in your way including King Drools henchmen - all in effort to free the captured/controlled residents of Moonland (bosses) - including the Princess Za from King Drool attempted take over. The game is not unlike other platform games of the era. Though it's unique in that you can climb walls and swing on rope with your teeth and your only method of attack is...

Katakis

Katakis

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1988

Katakis on the Amiga is, like its counterpart on the C64, a shoot'em'up heavily influenced by R-Type. It's a single space ship versus the machine intelligences from the planet Katakis in six side-scrolling levels. The R-Type influence is apparent in many ways: from the design of the player's ship and some enemies to the weapons system and even some of the level designs (for example, one level is a battle against a giant enemy ship reminiscent of R-Type's third level). The player's ship is equipped with a standard forward-aiming weapon. Further powerups to be collected include a...

Turrican II: The Final Fight

Turrican II: The Final Fight

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

Turrican II: The Final Fight is a platformer/shooter as typically seen on consoles, but designed for home computers from the ground up. Its plot is - naturally - very simple: an evil mega-robot called The Machine attacks the United Planets Ship Avalon 1, slaughtering all who resist. All - except Bren McGuire, who manages to escape and slips into the experimental Turrican bionic armor. As Turrican, he strives to show The Machine who's the boss. Unlike other games of its type, this game contains three levels of horizontal shooter action in the spirit of R-Type or the developers' own...

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