Acid Software

Guardian

Guardian

Commodore Amiga - Released - March 1, 1995

Guardian is a fast and furious shoot 'em up. You skim over the surface of a planet, shooting enemies down as quickly as you can, with the hope of protecting as may of the installations as possible - the more you save, the quicker you get extra lives. Plenty of power-ups are offered during the game, including enhanced weaponry and shields. The game is viewed in full 3D, and the camera angle can be adjusted. CD32 controllers are recommended, although keyboard and mouse are also available.

Guardian

Guardian

Commodore Amiga CD32 - Released - 1994

Guardian is a fast and furious shoot 'em up. You skim over the surface of a planet, shooting enemies down as quickly as you can, with the hope of protecting as may of the installations as possible - the more you save, the quicker you get extra lives. Plenty of power-ups are offered during the game, including enhanced weaponry and shields. The game is viewed in full 3D, and the camera angle can be adjusted. CD32 controllers are recommended, although keyboard and mouse are also available.

Skidmarks

Skidmarks

Commodore Amiga - 1993

The first instalment in the Skidmarks series is a slightly-from-above racer for one or two players in the vein of Super Sprint. There are four different cars to choose from: a rally sports car, a high-wheeled muscle car, a monster truck and a buggy. There are two sets of six tracks each, each track measuring roughly three by two screens in size. Apart from the usual simultaneous two-player option, where both play on the same computer, there is a (null) modem link option, allowing four players to compete at the same time. Additionally, messages can be sent via the serial line, so as to taunt...

Super Skidmarks

Super Skidmarks

Commodore Amiga CD32 - Released - 1995

Experience total rally rage with Super Skidmarks. Race at top speed, slide, scream, and crush car metal over the toughest dirt tracks devised. Choose from a variety of challenging play modes and thrill to simultaneous four-player power. Super Skidmarks features six unique vehicles (bug, 4x4, sports car, compact, grand prix car, and cow -- yes, cow) plus ultimate turbo models of each, 24 of the wildest 3D isometric tracks with twisting gradients, and full and split-screen modes for up to four at once.

Super Skidmarks

Super Skidmarks

Commodore Amiga - 1995

Super Skidmarks is a racing video game developed by Acid Software and released in 1995. The game is the sequel to Skidmarks and as such was also termed Skidmarks 2 and Super Skidmarks 2 by commentators. The game features “minimally realistic” action viewed from an isometric perspective as well as novelty vehicles such as wheeled cows and caravans. Various methods such as joypad adapters and link systems are employed to allow multiple players to compete, up to a maximum of 8. The game was critically acclaimed and a best-seller in the UK. Several upgrades to the Amiga original were released as...

Super Skidmarks

Super Skidmarks

Sega Genesis - Released - November 1, 1995

Super Skidmarks is a top-down racing game developed by New Zealand-based Acid Software and published by Codemasters for the Commodore Amiga and Sega Mega Drive. The Mega Drive version was released exclusively in Europe in 1995. Very similar to Micro Machines, the game was distributed on a J-Cart, allowing a further two controllers to be attached to the Mega Drive console. The basic aim is the same as Micro Machines, in that the player drives numerous different types of cars around a track, however it is presented in an isometric perspective and allows up to six cars to race at once rather...

Super Skidmarks Data Disks

Super Skidmarks Data Disks

Commodore Amiga - DLC - 1995

This package adds a number of new features to the chaotic and thrilling racing game Super Skidmarks. The major additions are 2 new track disks, featuring a total of 12 new tracks (taking the game up to 36), featuring the succession of loops, jumps and crossovers of the original. In addition, the track disks are now fully hard-disk installable (the program and car disks always were). The program disk has been replaced with an updated one, featuring two new difficulty levels and new championships to take advantage of the new tracks.

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