Commodore 64

Commodore 64

The Commodore 64 is an 8-bit home computer introduced in January 1982 by Commodore International. It is listed in the Guinness World Records as the highest-selling single computer model of all time, with independent estimates placing the number sold...

$1,000,000

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - 2003

Care to put your virtual money where your virtual mouth is? Make a series of pass/fail wagers and find just how difficult it can be to link a string of them together towards winning a million dollars!

The $100,000 Pyramid

The $100,000 Pyramid

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

This is an early adaptation of the popular TV game show The $100,000 Pyramid. The objective is to reach the top of the pyramid by winning successive rounds. Each round consists of selecting a category from the pyramid. Each category consists of a list of words that share some common thread like "things that are red". One player then tries to give the other player clues to guess the word without saying the word itself. There is also a single player mode that does not resemble the show very much where you have to type in single word clues.

...sein letzter Trick

...sein letzter Trick

Commodore 64 - Released - June 6, 1987

This is a German text adventure. The title is "His Last Trick" in English. It's a gangster thriller, set in Chicago in times of prohibition. Mafia boss Don Spazzatura has a speakeasy where they sold water instead of alcohol. Now it's time to take revenge. But be careful, because the people of Spazzatura are also on their tail. This was included in "64'er Software Extra Nr.09: Abenteuer-Spiele - Volume 2"

0° Nord

0° Nord

Commodore 64 - Released - May 31, 1985

0° Nord is a german text adventure game with graphics. As usual in this type of games you type in the commands that the character should perform instead of controlling the game directly. Special about this text parser is, that it wants to have the object first and then the verb. Most text parsers work the other way around. The story is about an old book that sparked your curiosity. It is about the north pole scientist Scott. But not only that he had to pay with his life for traveling to the north pole, but also that he left a treasure in the ice. Fascinated you collect more information about...

007 Car Chase

Commodore 64 - Released - June 6, 1985

Players control a car that must drive on the road along with other cars. To deal with them, the car is equipped with a smoke screen and weapons which players can use to kill them. From time to time, a helicopter flies overhead and will launch missiles and torpedoes at the player, but they can be destroyed with missiles which their car is also equipped with. If the player's car comes into contact with enemy fire or collides with other cars, the player loses a life.

1 Block Snake

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - 2004

A public domain snake game written in BASIC in 2004 by Diego Barzon

1 x 1 Kampf

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - 2002

Tiger-Crew-Disk #104 (11/2002). This was a public domain educational maths game. It's actually a German language remake of another PD educational game called Combination Wars which came out in 1978.

1,000 Kung-Fu Maniacs

1,000 Kung-Fu Maniacs

Commodore 64 - 2011

1,000 Kung-Fu Maniacs is a sideways scrolling action game featuring multiple levels of kick-ass Ninja ACTION! Take control of the Master of Awesome on his quest to find a stolen toy robot in the Ninja riddled city of Blapsville. Fight your way through various locations including the Blapsville Ninja Country Club, Lawyer Street in downtown Blapsville, Clown Street - where you will find the dreaded Mime University ('sworn to evil'), McTerror Restaurant (do you want fries with that?), Miller Street (watch out for Ninjas hiding in the shadows) and TV Street (where Pox Studios is located) - and...

10 Little Robots

10 Little Robots

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Ten Little Robots is an educational game for preschoolers. It teaches math and computer use and consists of five activities that all involve robots: The Robot Story: An interactive rhyme where the story is read out and the player has to fill in how many robots are still remaining. Letter Match: The game shows a letter and the player has to locate it on the keyboard and press it. Count The Robots: A number of robots are shown and the player has to count them and enter the right number. Robot Addition: The player has to answer simple addition problems by entering the right sum. Robot...

10 Pin

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

10 Pin is a simple bowling game. By pressing a single key you choose if the ball is thrown straight, left or right and then you choose the starting point of the ball throw. Depending on your choices the ball will throw over pins and the next round begins. Two players can play alternate in throwing balls.

10 Run10: An Endless Runner Game

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - 2016

This is an endless running game in which you keep running and have to jump over obstacles in order to stay "alive" Was written in BASIC by jim_64 in 2016 as part of a BASIC game competition.

10... Knockout!

10... Knockout!

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

It's time you become World Boxing Champion. To become champion you need to fight and defeat 8 fighters. The game is viewed from the side showing your two fighters, referee and the crowd. To control your boxer you use the joystick. Moving it left and right moves your boxer left and right. Pushing up throws a punch to the head, pulling down throws a body punch. Pressing the fire button defends your head. Every time you hit your opposition you get a point, likewise for him. Hit him enough and you knock him out. The referee counts to 10 and it's fight over.

100 Meter Dash

Commodore 64 - Released - 1999

Simple 2 player game where you use 1 & 2 and & keys to compete in a 100 meter dash.

100 Mile Race

100 Mile Race

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

A stay on track/avoiding racing game coded by Randy Meyle, and published as a type-in for Commodore Microcomputers Magazine 1986/11-12 as well as the disk magazine Loadstar for issue #030.

100% Dynamite

100% Dynamite

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

100% Dynamite is a collection of four games, including three arcade conversions: After Burner Double Dragon Last Ninja 2: Back with a Vengeance WEC Le Mans

1000 Miglia: Volume I: 1927-1933

1000 Miglia: Volume I: 1927-1933

Commodore 64 - Released - 1992

Based around a classic motor car race from either side of the war, 1000 Miglia (literally '1000 miles') is an unusual racing game. You have to progress across Italy through a number of stages in your rickety 20s car. Keeping within time limits at each point is crucial to staying in the game. At the beginning of the game, you can choose the spare parts that you will take with yourself in case your car breaks down. You also choose a car and set up the skills for your two drivers; you can distribute points between Skill, Resistance and Mechanics, and choose the driver's favorite part of the...

1000 Miler

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

1000 Miler is based on the french card games called Mille Bornes. Two players compete against each other to reach 1000 miles before the other. Each player gets seven cards, which can be miles cards for getting closer to your goal or positive or negative cards. Negative cards can be played to cause a flat tire for your opponent, letting him have a crash or other effects. The positive cards can be used to negate the effects of negative cards the opponent played on you. The winning player gets a little winning animation. Released in Loadstar #037.

1000 Miles

Commodore 64 - Homebrew

Based on the Mille Bornes board game where you try to get your vehicle to go 1000 miles before your opponent can. You can give crashes, flat tires, out of gas and speed limits to your opponent, and they to you to try to slow you down, you can repairs you can get to fix these to continue on, but with miles lost in the process.

10000 Meters

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - 2001

An Olympic themed head-to-head racing game where you compete in the 10,000 meter footrace.

100m Slith

Commodore 64 - Released - October 16, 1987

100 Meter Slither: Players take control over a worm and have to race by making rhythmic and fast joystick movements. But because the worm uses up his slime for movement, players occasionally have to slow down to avoid burning dry. Part of the Galactic Games release, a sports olympiad game set in space. It offers five disciplines, which can be either played separately or linked together as tournament:

10-Pin Bowling

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

It's time to go down your local alley and have a game of bowling. The game is viewed from behind your bowler at a slight elevated angle. Before you bowl you can move your bowler left or right to get the perfect position. There is an option to choose which angle to bowl by pressing the + or - key and also which hand you want by pressing R or L. To bowl the ball when you are happy, you move the joystick forward and press the fire button to release the ball. You can't release the ball while not running. Don't go forward too far or it's a foul. The usual scoring is worked out by the computer....

10th Frame

10th Frame

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

10th Frame is a ten-pin bowling simulation game created by Access Software in 1986, as a follow-up to the hugely successful Leaderboard golf game. Up to eight players could take part in open bowling or a tournament. There was a choice of 3 different difficulty levels—Kids (in which the ball always went straight), Amateur, and Professional. The scorecard for the current player was displayed above the lane. The player could move left or right on the lane before starting the run-up by holding fire. A target cursor could also be moved, by pushing up and then moving it left or right (pressing...

1-3-5-7

1-3-5-7

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

Players take turns removing pieces from the board. Remove as many as you like as long as those pieces are taken from one row only. You may remove pieces from any row, and you must atke at least one piece. The planer you removes the last piece loses the game. Released in COMPUTE!'s Gazette 1991/11.

1-3-5-7

Commodore 64 - Released - 2004

The traditional Nim-game (aka Marienbad-game) consists of four rows of 1, 3, 5 and 7 matchsticks (or any other objects). Two players take any number of matchsticks from one row alternately. The one, who takes the last matchstick loses.

The 14-15 Puzzle

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

A sliding number puzzle game programmed in 1991 by Brian Boese for Loadstar and Softdisk Publishing. Loadstar #089.

15 Pietnastka

Commodore 64 - Released - 1994

15 Piętnastka is a simple puzzle-solving game. The game is controlled with cursor keys or a joystick. The task requires putting the number blocks in the correct order (from 1 to 15) as soon as possible by shifting blocks to the free space. The game has no time or moves limit.

15 Solitaire

Commodore 64 - Released - 1994

You want to find a pile of cards of the same suit that add up to 15, so they'll then be removed, but you can't use 10 or face cards, which have to be removed all at once. Published in COMPUTE!'s Gazette 1994/07, which was a "Disk Only" release and not part of any magazine.

The 15-Puzzle

The 15-Puzzle

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

The well-known sliding block puzzle game is honored with another computerized treatment. In keeping with the original concept, the 4x4 board is populated with tiles numbered 1 to 15 and one empty space - the goal is to slide them around and shuffle them until the numbers are arranged in natural order, with the blank tile at the bottom right. The number of moves made is counted and displayed at all times. Released as a type-in in the October 1987 issue (Issue #46) of RUN magazine

1789

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

A French language only graphic text adventure based on the French Revolution coded by Vincent Balvet and Yves Laurisse and published by Ludia in 1986. You can find the game's info at http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=13564&d=18

18 Uhren

18 Uhren

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

A two player only German language puzzle game. 18 Uhren (18 Clocks) was coded by Günter Kramer and published on Commodore Disk #39

180

180

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

180 is a darts simulation game and it follows the traditional darts rules where you compete against an opponent to see who scores the 501 points first on a best out of three sets. If you play against the computer in a Championship knockout competition the computer will randomly select the players out of eight different opponents. Each player has his own characteristics and style of play as their 'favorite doubles' they like to throw. Regardless against whom you play they will become better as you progress towards the final. A practice mode helps you to become familiar and more skillful...

19 Part One: Boot Camp

19 Part One: Boot Camp

Commodore 64 - September 7, 1988

IN 1965 VIETNAM SEEMED LIKE JUST ANOTHER FOREIGN WAR ... BUT IT WASN'T ... Imagine it's 1965 and you're 19... an American kid in an American town. Your family and friends. College. Girl friends. The people and things you know. Comfortable... And then one morning your world is shattered. You're young... You're content... You're comfortable... but you're drafted. At the start of 1965 there were 23,000 United States service personnel in Vietnam. By December there were 184,000 and the figure was still rising. To each and every one, Vietnam was a turning point in their life and each would...

1941: The Secret Confilct

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - 2014

This SHMUP is a well-made 1942ish SEUCK game made in 2014 by Gibranx, and the music is by Richard Bayliss of TND. You have the option of playing 2 player co-op with a friend

1942

1942

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

1942 is set in the Pacific theater of World War II. The goal is to reach Tokyo and destroy the entire Japanese air fleet. The player pilots a plane dubbed the "Super Ace" (but its appearance is clearly that of a Lockheed P-38 Lightning). The player has to shoot down enemy planes; to avoid enemy fire, the player can perform a roll or "loop-the-loop".

1943: The Battle of Midway

1943: The Battle of Midway

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

The game is set in the Pacific theater of World War II, off the coast of the Midway Atoll. The goal is to attack the Japanese Air Fleet that bombed the players' American Aircraft Carrier, pursue all Japanese Air and Sea forces, fly through the 16 levels of play, make their way to the Japanese battleship Yamato and destroy her. 11 Levels consist of an Air-to-Sea battle (with a huge battleship or an aircraft carrier as an End-Level Boss), while 5 levels consist of an all-aerial battle against a squadron of Japanese Bombers and a Mother Bomber that needs to be destroyed. As in 1942, players...

1985: The Day After

1985: The Day After

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

The control of Big Brother (referring to George Orwell's novel 1984, hence the game's title) has been overthrown, and mankind is self-reliant again. The first task in achieving this is to find the required quantity of energy pods. Big Brother stored them on caverns under the surface of four planets, and it's your job to go and find them. You will have to negotiate through tight sections, using rotational controls where left and right changes the ship's direction and up and down change its speed. When you find a pod you must engage the ship's tractor beam to claim it.

The 1991 World Cup Knockout

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

A text based cycle racing simulator.

1994 (Ten Years After)

1994 (Ten Years After)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

You are Smiffy, a person locked in the world of George Orwell's "1984." The book's totalitarian-spying concept is updated for the early-eighties, when the game was produced. Instead of humans monitoring other humans through the television screen, everything is controlled by a Central Computer. Smiffy decides to turn the computer off, and your adventure begins. The game is a platform game. In Orwell's book, gigantic buildings dominated the landscape, and whole worlds could be hidden inside them. One of these buildings holds the Central Computer, and the game platforms are the corridors...

1st Division Manager

1st Division Manager

Commodore 64 - 1993

1st Division Manager is a football management game where the player takes on a team of their choice in any of the top four English leagues. On the main menu there are four icons as well as some major information such as the player's name, the name of the player's club, current league position, a rating, and the account balance. The first icon from left is the picture of a computer and by clicking on it you will get to the main database menu where you can handle the players’ training, studying the coming fixtures and edit the teams or players. The second icon is a telephone and by...

2 Worms War

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - June 6, 2001

Commodore 64 Crap Game Compo 2001 (C64CGC).

2,000 Kung-Fu Maniacs

2,000 Kung-Fu Maniacs

Commodore 64 - Released - 2011

The sequel to 1,000 Kung-Fu Maniacs! and sample of "Shoot Em Up Destruction Set 2" this straight forward Action Shooter was a fun sideways scrolling action game featuring multiple levels of kick-ass Ninja ACTION! Once again you must battle assorted adversaries in various unusual locations - like on-stage at the "Lord of the Bland"concert (featuring a familiar-looking river-dancing baddie!), the International Arms Fair, a corrupt art gallery (with baddies that put the "poo" into "poodle"!) and even at the "Happy Moose Megamart!" Various weapons can be picked up along the way to help you combat...

20 Tons

20 Tons

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

A Boulder Dash clone released in 1985 by Argus Press Software (APS)/64 Tape Computing and programmed by Chris Newcombe.

20,000 Meilen unter dem Meer

20,000 Meilen unter dem Meer

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

The game is based on the 1870 novel by Jules Verne. http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=27&d=18

2010

Commodore 64 - Homebrew

Basic shoot em up, looks like Xevious, but without bombs http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=29&d=18

2112 - The Battle for Planet Earth

Commodore 64 - Released - 1992

in the year 2112, a meteor swarm crosses the earths orbit, automated defense systems have been constructed long before, but their aiming systems have been damaged by meteoric dust. A repairman on duty must take control of the various laser batteries orbiting the planet ... you! Aim well ... miss once, and a major city will be WIPED OUT and the game will end. One player, one chance, one life! Are you up to it?

221 B Baker St.

221 B Baker St.

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

Based on the board game of the same name, 221 B Baker St. pits up to four players against each other in a race to solve mysteries set in Victorian London. After picking a character (Sherlock Holmes, Dr. Watson, Irene Adler, or Inspector Lestrade), players select one of the thirty available mysteries and read its case file in the game's manual. The case file presents the particulars of the case, mentions the people involved, and explains what the players need to deduce to win the game. Solving the mysteries entails moving around London (the game board) via a roll of the dice, entering locales...

23 Matches

23 Matches

Commodore 64 - Released - 1978

Published in BASIC Computer Games - Microcomputer Edition. In the game of 23 matches, you start with 23 matche3s lying on a table. On each turn you make take 1, 2 or 3 matches. you alternate moves with the computer and the one who has to take the last match loses. The easiest way to devise a winning strategy is to start a the end of the game. Since you wish to leave the last match to your opponent, you would like to have either 4, 3 or 2 on your last turn so you can take away 3, 2 or 1 and leave one. Consequently, you would like to leave your opponent with 5 on his next to last turn so no...

23 Matches

23 Matches

Commodore 64 - Released - 1981

The player and computer take turns removing 1, 3 or 3 matches from a pile. The player foced to take the last match loses. Found in 67 Ready-to-Run Programs in BASIC.

2604

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - 2001

Tonight, in New York City, you are "Reginald Halvers", carrying identification papers and a sealed white envelope. Your mission: to attend the Langley post-dinner New Year's Eve party in apartment 2604 where you will exchange the envelope for a prototype microchip. The elevator has just deposited you on the twenty-sixth floor. Go!

2-9 Spot Keno

2-9 Spot Keno

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

A computerized Keno game designed by Larry Hatch and published by Reston Publishing Company, Inc. as a type-in in their book "25 Advanced Games for the Commodore 64".

2-D Cube

Commodore 64 - Released

2-D Cube a Puzzle game.

2D Tennis Game

2D Tennis Game

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

2D "Tennis" game was originally released in Germany by CW-Publikationen Verlags GmbH/RUN in 1986 under the name Finaltag. The English conversion was done by Wicked Software in 1987. It is 2 player only. As for the game itself, it's much more of a Pong clone than an actual Tennis game.

2K Sweeper of Mines

Commodore 64 - Released - 2001

This is a build your own version of minecraft that won the Minigame Competition 2001 - 2K Category.

2K-Fighter

2K-Fighter

Commodore 64 - Released - 1992

2K-Fighter is a vertical shoot-em-up where you scroll up the screen to blast a wave of baddies. Once the wave is destroyed, you then scroll up the screen to face the next wave of baddies. If you are hit then you go back to the first wave. The joystick is used to control your ship. The game was given away free with the December 92 issue of 64'er.

2K-Ishido

2K-Ishido

Commodore 64 - Released - 1992

64'er 1992/10.

2Pac [Preview]

Commodore 64 - Unlicensed - 2000

This is an preview of an unfinished 2 player pacman clone

3 D Maze

3 D Maze

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

Explore the 3D maze in a forerunner of the first person shooter. Released as part of the 75 Spill Datatronic compilation.

3 D OXO

3 D OXO

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

3 D OXO is based on the classic pen and paper game Noughts and Crosses. Instead of playing on one 3x3 grid though, the game has you trying to make a line of X's on a 4x4 cube. The aim is to beat the computer by placing X's and making a vertical, horizontal or diagonal line on the surface or through the cube. Each side of the cube is shown on the screen and the keyboard is used to place your X's. This was published in the "75 Spill Datatronic" compilation.

3 Deep Space

3 Deep Space

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

To return back to Earth if your ship is beyond the Starfields of Orion there is an avenue of beacons placed by the Elders of Earth to guide ships towards and through a Stargate. Unfortunately, Earth's enemies, the Andromedan's have launched a huge Starfleet to enter the Stargate and invade Earth. You have been tasked to guard the entrance of the Stargate to destroy as many of the Starfleet as you can and above all, stop any Dragon Class Starcruisers containing their Battle Commanders from making it through. 3 Deep Space is a side view shooter with the whole game shown on the screen and you...

3 Dimension Maze

Commodore 64 - Released

Navigate a maze in a first person perspective.

3 Dimensional Maze

3 Dimensional Maze

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

Commodore Computing International v02-12 (May 1984).

3 in 1 College & Pro Football

3 in 1 College & Pro Football

Commodore 64 - 1985

3 in einer Reihe

Commodore 64

Tic Tac Toe in German

3 Wild Balls

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

Pinball, where you play 3 balls at the same time. Finnish language

3 x 3

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

3 round Tic Tac Toe / Naughts and Crosses

3 x 3

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

3 round Tic Tac Toe / Naughts and Crosses

3-Ball Deluxe

Commodore 64

This is another pinball game where you play 3 balls simultaneously

3D Beee

3D Beee

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Your city is under siege by giant bees, so in your helicopter armed with a S.W.A.T. Bug Blaster it is up to you to shoot or avoid the bees while searching for the Queen over various levels. 3D Beee is a horizontal side view scrolling shooter where the screen scrolls when you move either left or right. As you fly your helicopter you can blast the bees in the air or you can land and climb on top of a building. Here you fire a gun upwards to hit the bees but you have limited ammo, but in various places in the city are ammo trucks and if landed besides increases your ammo. If you hit a bee or a...

3-D Breakout

3-D Breakout

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

3-D Breakout is based on the classic game Breakout where you have to deflect a ball with a paddle and destroy a collection of bricks. Instead of deflecting the ball vertically, this version has you sitting behind the paddle deflecting the ball into the screen to destroy a wall of bricks in the distance. If you let the ball pass the paddle then you lose a life, lose all lives and it's game over. Published in Commodore Disk User 1988/07-08, Your Commodore 1990/03 (Tape #03) and in Loadstar #231.

3D Construction Kit

3D Construction Kit

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

This package allows users to create their own 3D worlds, using technology related to the Freescape universe seen in games such as Castle Master and Driller / Space Station Oblivion. Pull-down menus allow objects to be created and positioned, with movement loops and simple animation defined. A network of rooms can be created. A simple BASIC-style language is integrated to allow puzzles and conditions (open a door when a key in placed into it, for example). You can also include enemies which must be shot. At any moment you can enter the gameworld to test it.

3D Cubert 64

3D Cubert 64

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Released in Your Computer 1984/03. This arcade game, submitted to the magazine by Lee Marsh of Croydon Surrey is based on the originally titled arcade game, Q*Bert. His version consists of a pyramid of 3d blocks which have to be turned yellow by moving your friend Cubert on to them. When all the blocks have been turned yellow you have to make your way to the disc at teh top of the pyramid. Cubert will be teleported up and off the screen and collect a bonus before entering the next level. You will need to avoid the magical bouncing ball and the evil venemous spider.

3-D Glooper

3-D Glooper

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

3-D Glooper is a version of Pac-Man where you must move about a maze-like city eating blue blocks while trying to avoid the baddies called Gloopers that roam it. You can only escape once all the blocks are gone. Occasionally a red block will appear which for a short time allows you to eat the Gloopers. The game is viewed from a first person perspective. As well as the main playing area the number of lives, High Score, Score, and a timer can be seen at the top of the screen. Pressing F1 also brings up a map showing the location of any Gloopers and blue blocks left to eat at the top of the...

3D Hypermaths

3D Hypermaths

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

3D Hypermaths is an educational action game that teaches children, 8 years and older, maths with a selection of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, with various levels of difficulty. The child controls a spacecraft, moving left or right, looking behind it which is flying into the screen down a tunnel to escape a Black Hole over various levels. The child must give the answer to a maths problem and if the correct answer is given then they receive a letter making up the word HYPER, but if the wrong answer is given then they lose part of their shield which is made up of ten parts....

3-D Labyrinth

3-D Labyrinth

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Released in COMPUTE!'s Gazette 1984/12 (Issue #18), the goal of the game is simply to make it through the maze, which sounds easy, but isn't. You start in the northwest corner and must make your way to the exit on the southeast corner. The maze will be different every time you play, so tracing your path in one game won't help you in the next. You can choose to explore or to carefully plot your course, and all in your good time.

3-D Labyrinth

3-D Labyrinth

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

Pac man in the third dimension. Released in Compute mit 1986/08.

3D Lunattack

3D Lunattack

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

The war on the Seiddab rages on, and you now take part in an attack on their moon base. You fly a hovercraft a bit above the moon's surface, and must shoot down the enemy's DAB tanks. After that ring of defense is penetrated, you must dodge your way through a space minefield above a mountain range, and then a missile firing range before reach the Seiddab's command base. Unlike its predecessor, 3D Seiddab Attack, you are now flying, and can make more adventurous maneuvers.

3-D Maze

3-D Maze

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

Published in Your 64 No.08 1985/04, in this game basically you're stuck in the middle of a labyrinth...and you suddenly realize that there's a time-lock fitted to the only exit! Before you start off, you'll be able to see a plan view of the maze being drawn on screen. The exit is always at the top-right of the screen and you, the handsome blue asterisk, must start off in the bottom left-hand corner; the maze in between, as you may have already guessed, is drawn randomly each time, so there is no way of memorizing the twisting corridors to your goal. Once you've seen the maze for 10 seconds...

3-D Maze

3-D Maze

Commodore 64 - 1983

The Commodore 64 Program Book.

3-D Noughts & Crosses

3-D Noughts & Crosses

Commodore 64 - 1983

Games Commodore 64 Computers Play.

3-D Pinball

3-D Pinball

Commodore 64 - 1990

A standard pinball table is featured in this simulation, but with the original addition of a tilted view of the table, giving an illusion of 3D. As with any table, the aim is to get a high score, and this is done by hitting particular targets repeatedly. There are bonus ramps, bumpers, lights to be hit to increase your bonus count (which can be toggled using the left and right flipper keys). There is no 'pin' between the flippers, and no apparent tilt feature, meaning that luck plays a bigger part than in most pinball games. The ball is always launched at a standard speed on each of your five...

3D Pool

3D Pool

Commodore 64 - 1989

Sharkey's 3D Pool is one of the earliest 3D cue-sports games, featuring a fully-rotating table and variable viewpoint allowing for much more realistic shot-playing than the traditional top-down game style (although the game can be played this way instead). The pace, spin and angle of each shot can be set up precisely before playing it. Both 8-ball (pot your seven colors plus the black to win) and 9-ball (pot the 9-ball with a shot that also hits the lowest remaining ball, whatever that may be) are included. There are seven skill levels to work through. A trick-shot mode is also included,...

3D Reversi

3D Reversi

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

A nice game of othello with a 3D twist! Released in 64'er Sonderheft 17 magazine.

3D Scacchi Simulator

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

The game is another computer simulation of the board game chess. This installment allows the player to use two screens to control the items on the board: one screen is for typing the moves in and another is for examining the board to see the current disposition. Different options allow player to rotate the board, adjust the colors, change the level of opponent, suggest the next move, replay the moves, or simply play the game automatically.

3D Silicon Fish

3D Silicon Fish

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Far in the future earth is dependent on silicon for it's technology. Unfortunately the silicon reserves are running out. A new source of silicon has been located in a faraway part of the galaxy. Problem is that it's very dangerous to gather since it has a tendency to explode. Therefore a mercenary going by the name of Sillo is sent to the location with a vehicle known as the silicon fisher to gather this necessary yet dangerous material. 3D Silicon Fish consists of a maze that is located above a river that floats from the top to the bottom of the screen. The player navigates through the...

3-D Simulator

3-D Simulator

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

Computer Kontakt 1985/11.

3-D Skramble

3-D Skramble

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

3-D Skramble is based on the arcade game Scramble where you must fly over the surface of a planet avoiding, shooting or dropping bombs on various enemies. As you fly you must also keep an eye on your fuel gauge which decreases. If it reaches zero then you lose a life. You can keep topping up the gauge by bombing fuel canisters on the ground. Instead of viewing the game from the side as the planet surface horizontally scrolls like in the original Scramble, 3-D Skramble has a scrolling isometric view like Zaxxon. As well as the main playing area and the fuel gauge, you can also see the number...

3D Speed Duel

3D Speed Duel

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

3D Speed Duel is a driving game where you must try to score more points than your computer opponent. To do this you must overtake as many cars as you can within a set number of laps. Touching the side of the road or other cars loses you a limited amount of cars and less cars to overtake. It is game over when laps are completed or you run out of cars. Before the race you can adjust various options. You can choose an easy or hard track which has five tracks to choose from in each one, the other drivers speed which there are also five to choose from and lastly you can choose how many laps from...

3-D Speedway

3-D Speedway

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

Published in COMPUTE!'s Gazette 1988/04 (Issue #58). The year is 1992. Since the days of the Stanley Steamer, engineers have been trying to create the ultimate automobile. Early this year, such a car was finally created, with durability, efficiency, control and SPEED. Cynics have doubts about the automobile's true performance, though, so the car must be entered in a race to demonstrate its technological superiority. A careful survey of the population has shown that you are the only person on the planet who can push this car to its limits, so you will drive in the big race. The race is held...

3D Stock Cars II

3D Stock Cars II

Commodore 64 - 1991

3D Stock Cars II is a game based on the arcade game Super Sprint where you must race other drivers around various tracks to become champion. You can select to race against up to three other drivers (a championship with just you driving is possible) who can be either human or computer controlled. The computer drivers can also have their skill level adjusted from 1 to 15. The Championship is raced over 18 tracks but you can also select how many tracks and which tracks to compete on.

3D Tank Assault

3D Tank Assault

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Published in the book "Winning Games on the Commodore 64", In this fantasy you play the part of an ambusher intent on destroying as many tanks as you can with the shells provided, and stopping them from getting across the bridge to safely.

3D Tanx

3D Tanx

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

3D Tanx is the action game that let's you operate classic military tank. Standing in the front of seemingly deserted bridge the main and only task is to stop every enemy tank that's crossing over. You can move left and right (with the tank), up and down (with the gun turret) and fire explosive shells. Aiming of the gun turret and timing of the shot is critical for success because enemy tanks are moving in four distant lines. Also remember that direct hit to the turret is deadly for enemy (as well for you) whilst the tank hit to the hull is immobilised but still able to shoot on you.

3D Tic Tac Toe

3D Tic Tac Toe

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

3D tic-tac-toe is an abstract strategy board game, you play here against the computer. It is similar in concept to traditional tic-tac-toe but is played in a cubical array of cells, 4x4x4. Players take turns placing their markers in blank cells in the array. The first player to achieve four of their own markers in a row wins. The winning row can be horizontal, vertical, or diagonal on a single board as in regular tic-tac-toe, or vertically in a column, or a diagonal line through four boards.

3-D Tic Tac Toe

3-D Tic Tac Toe

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

Released as part of the part of "Leisure Time Classics" game pack. The game is played on a cube 4x4x4. The object is to get a row of 4 O's in any direction, including diagonals. You must stop the machine from getting a row of X's. You'll go first and will be asked for the level, column and row in which you want to play. The levels are marked above the board 1 through 4 and the columns are numbered down the board in the same way. If you enter 0 to all the questions the board is reset. If you make a mistake enter R in answer to "Row"? and you can reenter your play. You must finish a game before...

3-D Tic Tac Toe

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

The game is played on a cube 4x4x4. The object is to get a row of four O's in any direction, including diagonals. You must stop the machine from getting a row of X's. You'll have the advantage of going first and will be asked for the level, column and row in which you want to play you O. If you enter 0 to level, column and row the game will be reset. If you make a mistake enter R in answer to Row and you can reenter your play. You must finish a game before you can quit.

3-D Tic Tac Toe

3-D Tic Tac Toe

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

The Big Fat Book of Computer Games.

3-D Tic-Tac-Toe

3-D Tic-Tac-Toe

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

25 Advanced Games for the Commodore 64.

3D Tic-Tac-Toe

3D Tic-Tac-Toe

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Published in COMPUTE!'s Gazette 1984/06 (Issue #12).Sound, color, and a three-dimensional playing board add new excitement to this old familiar game. After the title screen is displayed, both players enter their names and how many games they want to play. A multicolored three-dimensional tic-tac-toe board then appears on the screen. The player with the joystick in port 1 goes first. To move the cursor, at the top left corner of the board, push the joystick left or right. When you get to the desired location, push the fire button and your marker will appear under the cursor. If there is...

3D Time Trek

3D Time Trek

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

You are a survivor of the planet Corillian after space pirates launched a devastating raid. You now seek revenge on those responsible, to destroy them and their galactic tyranny. You are searching for them in your super powerful starship with computers and sensors to seek those murderous pirates. You search the galaxy using a map. Once on part of your map you can send out a sensor. The results will tell you if there are aliens or planets out there. Finish searching that area, bring up your map and search elsewhere. Moving to another part puts you in warp speed. You can check on your battle...

3D Tunnel

3D Tunnel

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

3D Tunnel is a first-person shooter where you must move down a constantly moving tunnel, which moves in multiple directions, over various phases to escape. As you move through the tunnel you must shoot a certain amount of various creatures including bats, frogs and rats, that come towards you, to move to the next phase. If you hit the walls then you lose one of the ten initial lives, and when they are gone then it is game over. The last phase has no shooting, you just have to avoid various underground trains that hurtle towards you. You are able to practise any phase and there are three speeds...

3D-64 Man

3D-64 Man

Commodore 64 - 1983

Here's your chance to play Pac-Man in 3D. You view the action from the eyes of Pac Man in a 3D maze. On the screen as well is your score, lives, an overhead view of the maze and how many pills you have to collect. Be careful what's around the corner. It could be a ghost.

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