Kyle Hodgetts

African Safari

African Safari

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

In African Safari, you play the role of Dr. Livingstone who must explore a national park near the Zambezi River. The game is an adventure in which you control Livingstone using a joystick and perform actions using the keyboard. You start the game with a bad back, and cannot lean over to pick things up; So you need to befriend wildlife, such as monkeys, so that they can pick things up for you.

Alert

Alert

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1988

Alert is an Amiga h-scrolling shoot'em up game somewhat resembling Silkworm released in 1988 by ECP

Alpha-1

Alpha-1

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1988

Alpha-1 is 2D side-scrolling slow-paced shoot'em up game in space, similar to R-Type. The player is pilot of Alpha-1 space craft, he fights against robotic-looking aliens' invasion - aliens invade Earth, and action takes place in space and aliens' lair. The player flies right forward and kill all enemies on screen. Alpha-1 has upgradeable energy cannon, ship can shoot down enemy missiles.

Android Control

Android Control

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

Three days ago, a space ship landed near a small town in America, and the whole population of that town have vanished. Three agents were sent to investigate the alien craft, but not one of them returned safely. Electrical activity has been detected within the craft. The scientists discover that the aliens are preparing for something, but they don't know what. An android has been sent to find out what the aliens want. If they turn out to be hostile, it has orders to destroy the ship. The craft comprises of twenty floors that the android can travel between using the elevator. The android is...

Black Knight

Black Knight

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Black Knight is a game that will not give you a moment's rest. The computer will take you to the beginning of a scene, then control is handed over to your joystick. From then on YOU are the Black Knight, and you've got to make your move before it's too late. Deadly goblins, sword-fights, venomous snakes, horse riding, precipices, mazes, all animated to a standard previously thought impossible - this game has it all. Make no mistake Black Knight is a breakthrough. This is the first time animation of this quality has ever been seen. It takes 16 sprites to move the Black Knight, up till now,...

Cortex

Cortex

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1988

Cortex is 2D side-scrolling space shoot-em up, with action set in distant future (3498). The main hero is a pilot of a space ship, who fights against aliens inside organic alien space craft. Gameplay is simple (no bonuses - player has only main cannon) and typical for shmups - player controls a ship and just flies into right side and shoots various enemies, like giant alien babies, various balls, robots and ground turrets.

Daytona USA: GTX 2004

Arcade - ROM Hack - 2003

Drack

Drack

Commodore 64 - Released

In the Drack graphic-adventure game, you must steel yourself as your task is to kill Count Dracula before he gets you, so find yourself a cross as quickly as you can!

Gammaron

Gammaron

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

A Xevious style V-Scrolling space shooter with a faked release called "Xavious" to make it perfectly clear. This is a tough game to play as you can hardly see the enemy shots.

Metron

Metron

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

The player must navigate their space ship and destroy everything in space, including mines, cruisers, and star bases. (The cruisers are only visible when you approach their base. They then approach your ship and start circling it, urging you to wipe them out.) Two types of rocks can be found. Red rocks contain minerals which increase your score when they are collected. The player needs to destroy these rocks quickly before it is replaced by a processor. Green rocks leave behind smart bombs that can be used to destroy the star bases, but only three smart bombs can be used at a time. The game...

Ollo

Ollo

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

In this game, players navigate a spaceship, using its built-in laser to destroy enemy ships in the process. Once players destroy enough enemies in a level, they can proceed to the next level where the enemies are much tougher. When the player comes into contact with any of these ships, a life is lost. When all lives have been lost, the game is over.

Pingo (ECP)

Pingo (ECP)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

A Pengo style arcade action game published in ECP's "Gold Ribbon Game Pak".

Space 1

Space 1

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

An homage to Xevious published in both Digital Marketing PD #028, and in COMPUTE!'s Gazette 1994/10 as "Xevious I".

Star Soldier

Star Soldier

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

Star Soldier is a run 'n gun game where you play a bounty hunter doing jobs for various planets for credits. You start the game choosing which weapons to use and how many energy packs to take. Once you are equipped you then scan the star system for any planets and when you find a planet you can get the information for it and any jobs they require. On the planet surface the game is viewed from above as you run horizontally from right to left with the screen scrolling when you move shooting soldiers running and shooting at you from all angles as well as any gun turrets. If you touch a soldier...

UHG

UHG

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

UHG the Caveman is hungry and has decided to explore the dinosaur caves in search of the five eggs, then bring them back to the surface. The cave comprises of four levels, with the eggs on the lowest level. To get there, Uhg climbs down a series of vines. While searching, he will encounter small dinosaurs which must be killed with the club Uhg carries around with him at all time, and the dinosaurs take more than one hit to kill. Only one egg can be carried at a time, so multiple trips are necessary.

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