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Ad Infinitum (Mr. Chip Software)

Ad Infinitum (Mr. Chip Software)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

AD Infinitum (re-released as Dizasterblaster) is a side view single screen shooter where you control a spacecraft that can move around the screen in various directions blasting waves of aliens over 256 levels. Each wave of aliens appear from various places on to the screen and drop bombs as they move and if you are hit by a bomb or alien then you lose one of six lives but you have six continues to use when your lives are gone. As you fire your weapon, a gauge increases showing it overheating and if the gauge fills then you also lose a life. Moving and firing around the screen also decreases a...

Dark Tower (Melbourne House)

Dark Tower (Melbourne House)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Prince Harry has been turned into a mutant by the guardian of the Dark Tower, and must get all of the gems in the tower's 28 locations to be transformed back to his human self. Once Harry has collected the gems in each location, secret letters are revealed. These letters are used to solve a puzzle when Harry gets to the end. Each location in the tower has more than one exit, making it possible for Harry to explore the tower without conquering every location. There are hazards in each location that Harry must watch out for. Apart from creatures that roam around - which Harry can jump over –...

Invaders of the Lost Tomb

Invaders of the Lost Tomb

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

The Pharoah's Lost Tomb contains the valuable emerald of Scarabaeus, and you have set off to find it. You walk around from an early first-person view with 90 degree movement and four views from each position, aided by a map. On the first level you must touch nine ghosts, to collect pieces of a key to know which of the objects you will later find are medicines, and which are potions. While on level 2, you must visit information sites - you will need this to survive on level 3. These are guarded by spiders, which must be trapped and lured away using doors. To move between levels you must...

Spatial Billiards

Spatial Billiards

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Billiards (in this case referring to English Billiards) is a game that is popular not just in England but around the world thanks to its popularity during the time of the British Empire. Billiards is a cue sport that is played by two players and utilities one object ball and two cue balls. Each player uses a different color cue ball and attempts to score more points than their opponent and reach the previously agreed total required to win the match. In this version instead of playing on a flat surface you play in a 3D type mode with the pocket at the bottom. Released in Commodore's...

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