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Affen Jagd

Affen Jagd

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

In Affen Jagd (German for Monkey Hunt) you are in a jungle and have to hunt a monkey. So you can cut down trees till the monkey can no longer jump to the next one.

Bilder Puzzle

Bilder Puzzle

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Black Out

Black Out

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

BLACK OUT can be played alone or in pairs. In game, the Computer places a variety of furniture in a room - the number of can be entered before the game starts. Then the light is turned off in the room-and to get Points, you now run as quickly as possible through the room. Woe, though, when the furniture is run around. This costs time and thus points. A lot of fun and entertainment - and, if possible, no Black Out.

Blockade

Blockade

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

This is a fun game with little men, a wall and many trees. So-there are some men, the mark for yourself the player is constantly on his heels. Behind the wall - here the game begins, there is some protection. However, only hiding is not true-because in no time mull the player also run from tree to tree and Mark them as his property. How? Simply place under the tree and press the trigger button on the drill. The crown of the tree disappears. A total of 10 trees are to be created within one level before it goes to the next and more difficult level. And there are a total of ten - as well as a...

Computer Kran

Computer Kran

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

A computer crane simulation. Not the bird, the heavy machinery. Laugh if you will but Microsoft paid people to develop a new crane simulation game in 2015 and it was still available for download in 2019. Do you EVEN lift, BRO?!

Fische Fischen

Fische Fischen

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

The task is to catch as many fish as possible in order to get the most points. You look for a fishing spot over the joystick and then press the release button. Each player has 30 throws.

Gold Gräber

Gold Gräber

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

Avoid the ghosts and collect up the shiny gold.

Jumper

Jumper

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

A Q-Bert style game where they didn't even try to make Q-Bert look like a frog to match the name change. Strangely, not a bad version to play.

Rasen Mäher

Rasen Mäher

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

Simply mow the lawns without hitting the walls.

Seeschlacht

Seeschlacht

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

You sunk my battleship! Play the computer version of the Battleship board game. Match wits against a computer opponent and see if your ships will survive this furious naval battle.

Super Gartner

Super Gartner

Atari 800 - Released - 1985

Super Gartner

Super Gartner

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

Super Snake

Super Snake

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

In the game SUPER SNAKE is a serpent with a lot of skill moves who jets across the screen. However, you mustn't touch the walls or run into the venomous Krusuters, also beware eating the poisonous mushrooms . Can you survive long enough to win the game? Slither yourself into a lot of points with SUPER SNAKE. (Was also re-released in 2000)

Super Snake

Super Snake

Atari 800 - Released - 1984

In the game SUPER SNAKE is a serpent with a lot of skill moves who jets across the screen. However, you mustn't touch the walls or run into the venomous Krusuters, also beware eating the poisonous mushrooms . Can you survive long enough to win the game? Slither yourself into a lot of points with SUPER SNAKE.

Touch

Touch

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

A simple implementation of Ralph Baer's electronic game Simon (itself an adaptation of Atari's ill-fated Touch Me); iconic symbol of the '80s, the game rules are so primitive as to be practically instinctual -- each button is associated with a tone, and the player's goal is to reproduce button-sequences produced randomly by the computer, growing by an additional press with every iteration. The challenge lies in seeing for how long the player can faithfully reproduce the expanding sequences without making a mistake.

Touch

Touch

Atari 800 - Released - 1985

A simple implementation of Ralph Baer's electronic game Simon (itself an adaptation of Atari's ill-fated Touch Me); iconic symbol of the '80s, the game rules are so primitive as to be practically instinctual -- each button is associated with a tone, and the player's goal is to reproduce button-sequences produced randomly by the computer, growing by an additional press with every iteration. The challenge lies in seeing for how long the player can faithfully reproduce the expanding sequences without making a mistake.

Trull

Trull

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Trull is an action-arcade game, resembling the two popular games Snake and Pac-Man. You play as the snake Trull, who is in a maze full of food. To get out of each maze Trull has to eat all the dots, but can also eat apples for bonus points. Dots will give 10 points and apples 100. Depending on the difficulty level you have set (10 are available), Trull gets longer with each dot or apple it eats. The higher the difficulty level the longer Trull gets. The player has to be very careful not to eat a poisonous mushroom, walk into itself, and pay attention to the time.

Wilder Westen

Wilder Westen

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Can you hit the target and avoid the arrow point?

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