Steve Engelhardt

Cave Dave

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - 1984

Cave Dave is a simple, but challenging monocrhomatic platformer for the C64. It was developed by Steve Engelhardt and published as a public domain game in 1984. The goal of each level is to collect all the treasure and then rescue your older brother at the top of the screen. Good luck!

Cave In

Cave In

Atari 2600 - 2010

The objective of Cave In is to find the three pieces of a crown somewhere within the maze of caverns. Your Indiana Jones-like avatar searches through many brick-lined rooms looking for three keys that will open up the locked rooms. There is an enemy (scorpion, hawk, wolf, etc,) to be dealt with in almost every room, and they can drain your strength if you come into contact with them. There are three difficulty settings: normal, intermediate and fast. Only the first version starts you off with a revolver to defend yourself and has static key locations. I was able to find the three keys in...

Dungeon Stalker

Atari 7800 - Homebrew

Everyone knows "The Dungeon," the last subterranean vestige of a long collapsed and long forgotten castle. The children of your village have always loved to scare each other with songs of skeletal warriors, a thousand years dead, that stalk its silent corridors. As children become adults and traditions grow, it has become the custom for boys on the verge of manhood to prove their worth, venturing into the darkness to retrieve some small trinket. Usually it's just a few old coins picked up near the entrance, along with a hastily concocted story of bravery and derring-do. As your...

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