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Depth Charge

Depth Charge

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Depth Charge is a single screen game where you must protect five battleships that sail on the top of the screen from an attack by enemy submarines below the waves. Each battleship is on screen on it's own and you move it either left or right, while the various numbers of submarines move left or right across the screen at different depths. The submarines will release various mines which head to the surface but you are armed with five depthcharges which move down the screen trying to hit the submarines or mines. If you hit a submarine, mine or the depthcharge hits the bottom of the screen then...

Rumjagt

Rumjagt

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

The game from Denmark could be translated as Space Hunting.

Scramble 64

Scramble 64

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Scramble 64 is an unofficial Scramble variant. Besides the graphical differences, the biggest change is that the bombs fall in a horizontal line instead of an angle. Scramble 64 a side scrolling shooter. Piloting a plane through varied (and mountainous) terrain, your goal is to infiltrate an enemy base and destroy it. Missiles, tanks, UFO's, and other enemy artillery can all be found and will try to stop you. Colliding with any of these enemies, enemy fire, or the landscape will cause you to lose one of your planes. To fight back, your plane is equipped with both bombs and guns which can...

Sooper Froot

Sooper Froot

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

It's a slot machine in your very own living room! Sooper Froot is a colorful adaptation of the popular English pub fruit-machine game. At the start of the game the player is given a stake of 2.00 and places best on .10 on the chance of obtaining one of the winning combinations. More than a simple slot machine Sooper Froot incorporates features of hold, nudge and re-spin to further test your luck and challenge your gambling skills.

Sprite Man

Sprite Man

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

In this Pac-Man clone, your task is to navigate a maze eating dots while avoiding Zippy, Stilty, Gippy, and Chris, four ghosts who also move around the maze. Contact with any of these ghosts results in loss of live. However, eating power pellets allows you to eat the ghosts who respawn near the center of the maze. Fruit can also be collected for bonus points, and eating all the dots in the maze advances you to the next maze.

Star Trek (Interceptor Software)

Star Trek (Interceptor Software)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Star Trek for Commodore 64 from Interceptor Software. 1983 strategy game that got a rating of 4/5 in Home Computing Weekly magazine. Also released as "Explorer" in Italy.

Stellar Wars

Stellar Wars

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Stellar Wars is a space based shooting game played from a first-person perspective. The player is being attacked by a squadron of stellar fighters and has 100 seconds to shoot as many as possible. The game is played with a joystick which is used to move around a firing sight and to fire the ship's twin lasers as an enemy gets within the sight. If an enemy fighter gets too close the player loses control of the ship and is unable to move or shoot for a few seconds. Firing too much leads to overheating and a temporary inability to fire. Points are scored for each fighter shot down with far away...

Yatzy 64

Yatzy 64

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Yatzy is an adaption of the dice game Yahtzee. The goal of the game is to try and score as many points as possible by rolling five dice and using them to make different combinations. The dice can be rolled up to three times a round and you can select certain dice that you don't want to re-roll. After you've rolled the dice you then need to pick what scoring category will be used for that round. The are thirteen rounds total and each scoring category can only be used once. The game can be played either by yourself, or with up to three players who take turns playing their round.

Yatzy 64

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Yatzy is an adaption of the dice game Yahtzee. The goal of the game is to try and score as many points as possible by rolling five dice and using them to make different combinations. The dice can be rolled up to three times a round and you can select certain dice that you don't want to re-roll. After you've rolled the dice you then need to pick what scoring category will be used for that round. The are thirteen rounds total and each scoring category can only be used once. The game can be played either by yourself, or with up to three players who take turns playing their round.

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