The EACA EG2000 Colour Genie was a computer produced by Hong Kong-based manufacturer EACA and introduced in Germany in August 1982. It followed their earlier Video Genie I and II computers and was released around the same time as the...
EACA EG2000 Colour Genie - Released - 1983
A10 Bomber is a variant of the arcade game Scramble. It's a side scrolling shoot 'em up where the player has to fight off the forces of something called the Zelons and ultimately destroy their globe fortress which is supposed to stop their assault on the solar system. Like in the original Scramble, the plane automatically advances over a mountainous terrain and the player has to watch out for or shoot down missiles that are launched from the ground. Two weapons are available: a machine gun that shoots bursts of fire forward and bombs which are dropped towards the ground. Fuel is limited and the plane will crash if it runs out. It can be refilled by dropping bombs on fuel stations on the ground. In addition to missiles there are outer dangers such as asteroids, mines and different fighters.
EACA EG2000 Colour Genie - Released - 1982
A space shooter. You control a ship fighting for you life against ships that closely resemble Tie Fighters. Get them in the crosshairs and blast them to space-dust!
EACA EG2000 Colour Genie - Released - 1984
Bak Pak is a variant of the game Jetpac. It's a single screen shoot 'em up game where the player has to collect all parts of a rocket and then enough fuel for it to be able to take off. The screen contains three platforms that the player can use a jet pack to reach and numerous flying enemy beings that has to be shot or avoided. Once the rocket has been assembled and fully fuelled it flies on to the next stage where the player once again has to collect fuel for it. Additionally the player can earn more points by collecting balls and diamonds. Oxygen is limited and the player will die if it runs out but at times it is possible to collect more of it.
EACA EG2000 Colour Genie - Released - June 2, 1983
The mad genetic engineers of Sloorn have done it again, in their insane desire to create the perfect creature they have created evil smelling giant birds carry9ing every known germ and some unknown ones to the corners of the galaxy. You, the Exterminator, must wipe out their breeding grounds on the Planet Dron. You must get past the flocks of birds guarding the way, avoiding the Sloorinian indestructible missiles and killing as many birds as possible. Once inside the breeding ground you must collect and incinerate the eggs. The game is in two stages. Stage One: you control a ship armed with a KIL-O-ZAP. The ship may be flown in any of 8 directions using the arrow keys. The gun may be fired by pressing the arrow keys and the space bar simultaneously. Stage Two: At the top of the screen is an area of dotted lines. This is a safe area and the only place where the eggs can be destroyed. Using the arrow keys run out of the safe area and collect the eggs. However, the Sloorians have guarded their lair with to guardians and a few land mines.
EACA EG2000 Colour Genie - Released - September 10, 1984
A basic clone of Space Panic where you must complete each screen by digging holes for the randomly-moving nasties to fall into - and hope that they do so.
EACA EG2000 Colour Genie - Released - 1984
A platform game heavily inspired by the ZX Spectrum classic Jet Set Willy, in which you collect the moneybags and avoid or shoot the patrolling nasties.
EACA EG2000 Colour Genie - Released - June 3, 1983
The walking - jumping - climbing - Barrel Bashing - Lift Leaping - Failing - Spring Ducking - Fire Risking - Gorilla Baiting game. Kong has captured the heroine and wrecked the city. Floors are all askew, lifts and conveyors run untamed and pockets of leaking gas burn blue.
EACA EG2000 Colour Genie - Released - January 1, 1983
You are about to return to the dawn of time when chaos and law battled for the souls of the infant human race, when all that stood between man and slavery were a few heroes. Deep in the forest of Kraaw lies the Labyrinth of Jarwon where, in the time before time began, those that came before kept the five secrets that can unlock the chains that bind man. Your task is to enter and recover the five blue boxes, other boxes contain gold or...! Gold is useful to bribe guards or the elementals that inhabit there; elementals will bargain, so make them an offer.
EACA EG2000 Colour Genie - Released - May 5, 1984
The Mars mission has failed and the six-man crew are stranded on the planet surface. Your objective is to rescue the crew but the Martian Craft are on standby to thwart your efforts and constant meteors and asteroids plague your rescue plans. Outwit the Saucers and destroy the asteroids and you will succeed in your mission. Otherwise, you will join the brave who went before and failed!
EACA EG2000 Colour Genie - Released - July 15, 1984
A basic Q*bert inspired game in which you must color the squares of a single pyramid and avoid a single adversary.
EACA EG2000 Colour Genie - Released - June 17, 1983
You are commanding the vanguard of a starship mission to the mining planet Xyokon to quell a military rebellion. Your objective is two-fold. Firstly, you must attempt to penetrate the caverns and land an advance part at the pad at the end. Secondly, on your way, you must knock out as many defenses as you can to ease the passage of the main fleet.