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Amazing Maze + Tic-Tac-Toe

Amazing Maze + Tic-Tac-Toe

Bally Astrocade - January 1, 1979

Two mind-boggling challenges! Amazing Maze is a race through a maze between you and the computer or another player. The maze is truly amazing because it changes every time you play. Select easy ones or hard ones to match any skill level. Tic-Tac-Toe is the traditional game with a diabolical twist. You get to play against the computer! 1 or 2 players.

Bally Pin

Bally Pin

Bally Astrocade - Released - January 1, 1979

Bally Pin is a pinball game featuring two different tables. The game is played with two joysticks, with one controlling the two left flippers and the other controlling the two to the right. The game can be played by up to four players who take turns until all player have used up all of their five balls. The aim is simply to get the highest score. The two tables are similar but with slightly different layouts and both feature six bumpers (lit or unlit), drop targets, upper kicker targets and a spinner. The ball is meant to react as a real ball would when struck by a flipper with the speed and...

Brickyard + Clowns

Brickyard + Clowns

Bally Astrocade - Released - October 1, 1978

This cartridge offers a pair of games based upon the arcade classics Breakout and Clowns. Each game may be played by up to four players taking alternating turns. Up to 99 balls or clowns may be played. Brickyard is the Breakout influenced title. It features the familiar game play of using a paddle at the bottom of the screen to bounce a ball against bricks at the top of the screen. There are four different difficulty levels which adjust the speed of the ball and size of the paddle. Unlike Breakout, the ball in Brickyard builds up momentum with each hit. Clowns adapts the essence of...

Demons & Dragons

Arcade - Released - 1982

A Prototype shooter created by Dave Nutting Associates for Bally Midway that used a Stick and Trackball for control input. Goals: Avoid the killer dragon. Stop the flying dragons from burning the castle. Throw magic missiles at other evil creatures. Stop the dreaded troll. Grab all 3 keys in 1 wave to free the princess. Beware of dark surprises.

Gorf

Gorf

Atari 2600 - Released - 1982

Gorf is a game that consists of five levels: The first level called Astro Battles has the player's ship behind a defensive shield, defending against an alien attack. The level is a top-down view, with the player's ship and shield on one side and the aliens on the other side; this level bears the most resemblance to Space Invaders. The second level called Laser Attack is made up of a formation of ships, with some that swoop down and a laser that fires at the player's ship. Bonus ships also tend to appear in this level. The third level is called Galaxians, and as the name...

Gorf

Gorf

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1982

The player controls a spaceship that can move left, right, up and down around the lower third of the screen. The ship can fire a single shot (called a "quark laser" in this game), which travels vertically up the screen. Unlike similar games, where the player cannot fire again until the existing shot has disappeared, the player can choose to fire another shot at any time; if the previous shot is still on screen, it disappears. Gorf consists of five distinct "missions", each with its own patterns of enemies. The central goal of each mission is to destroy all enemies in that wave, which takes...

Gorf

Gorf

Commodore 64 - Released - July 1, 1983

The game itself consists of four levels: •The first level has you behind a defensive shield, defending against an alien attack. The level is a top-down view, with your ship & shield on one side and the aliens on the other side; •The second level is similar to the first, only your defensive shield is gone, and the enemies tend to swoop down over the level as opposed to those row formations. Bonus ships also tend to appear in this level; •The third level is a change, and has you entering hyperspace. Your only goal is to survive to the end of your journey. The viewpoint switches from a...

Gorf

Gorf

Arcade - Released - 1981

Gorf is a game that consists of five levels: The first level called Astro Battles has the player's ship behind a defensive shield, defending against an alien attack. The level is a top-down view, with the player's ship and shield on one side and the aliens on the other side; this level bears the most resemblance to Space Invaders. The second level called Laser Attack is made up of a formation of ships, with some that swoop down and a laser that fires at the player's ship. Bonus ships also tend to appear in this level. The third level is called Galaxians, and as the name...

Red Baron + Panzer Attack

Red Baron + Panzer Attack

Bally Astrocade - January 1, 1978

Red Baron is a dogfighting game played from a side perspective on a single screen. Both planes start rolling on the ground and have to lift before crashing into a barn. Once in the air the planes can be moved in all directions and it's also possible to alter the speed. The aim is simply to get as many kills as possible before the time runs out. The time limit is chosen by the players before starting out. Panzer Attack is a tank game viewed from a top-down perspective. All player share the same single screen which has a few blockades for protections. The tanks can move in all directions and...

Sea Wolf

Sea Wolf

Commodore 64 - Released - 1982

You are the commander...and Sea Wolf puts you in charge of sinking and destroying all enemy ships. You are armed with 4 torpedoes which will reload after you fire. Your primary targets are the small P.T. Boats which travel quickly through the water. You can choose the length of your playing time. Game times vary from 1 to 9 minutes in 1 minute intervals.

Sea Wolf

Sea Wolf

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1982

You are the commander...and Sea Wolf puts you in charge of sinking and destroying all enemy ships. You are armed with 4 torpedoes which will reload after you fire. Your primary targets are the small P.T. Boats which travel quickly through the water. You can choose the length of your playing time. Game times vary from 1 to 9 minutes in 1 minute intervals.

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