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Breakdance

Breakdance

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Breakdance is game based on the dance craze from the early 80s and consists of three different games, a chance to compete in the three games together or just choreograph your own dance routine. One or two players can play with each player taking it turns to dance. The games you can play are: Hot Feet Dance Contest: This is a Simon-like simple break dancing memory game. A computer character performs a pattern of five break dancing moves which the player then has to reproduce by moving his joystick in one of four directions. Every round, one more move is added, increasing the difficulty the...

Congo Bongo (Version 2)

Congo Bongo (Version 2)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

In 1983 the game was released for the first time. That version had simpler graphics and only two levels of the arcade game (Level 1 (v.1) = Level 1 (v.2), Level 2 (v.1) = Level 4 (v.2). The game principle of the two comparable levels has approx. stayed the same. Congo Bongo is an arcade platform game similar in many ways to Donkey Kong, but with an isometric perspective. The player takes control of a safari hunter who is searching for an ape named Bongo, determined to punish him for setting the hunter's tent on fire. The game consists of four one-screen stages, each with an objective to...

The Ford Simulator

MS-DOS - Released - 1987

The Ford Simulator is an advertisement for Ford. It presents their 1987 model line and gives you a chance to drive each one in a simulation. You can also fill out a form to get more information about each car.

Tapper

Tapper

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

The Tapper game screen features four bars. Patrons arrive periodically at the end of the bar opposite the player and demand drinks. The player must draw and serve drinks to the patrons as they slowly advance towards the player. If any customers reach the player's end of the bar, they grab the player-as-bartender and toss him out the far end of the bar, costing the player a life. The player serves customers by filling a mug at one of the four taps. Once the mug is full, the player releases the tap which automatically slides the mug towards the advancing customer. Customers catch mugs that...

Up 'n Down

Up 'n Down

Atari 2600 - Released - 1984

The object is to drive around a twisty course and collect all the colored flags. You can jump over gaps and over or onto other cars. If you land on another car, you destroy it and collect points. You can also collect things like balloons and ice cream cones for bonus points. The faster you collect all the flags, the bigger a time bonus you get. In later levels, there are dead-ends or gaps and a vehicle that is carrying a flag you need, so you will need to jump on it. If you are hit by another vehicle or go off the course, you lose a life. Two player games are alternating with the players...

Xonox Double Ender: Ghost Manor/Spike's Peak

Xonox Double Ender: Ghost Manor/Spike's Peak

Atari 2600 - Released - December 1, 1983

As one of the Xonox "Double Ender" cartridges, this features Ghost Manor and Spike's Peak. Each of the two games was released separately, though it's generally more common to find them in this form. This particular double-ender is the most common to feature either of these games.

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