CP Verlag

Acia

Acia

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

In Acia you control a vehicle from a top-down perspective and must destroy all blocks in order to reach the exit. Most of the time you don't have direct control over your vehicle, that is if you press left, it will continue to go left until you press another direction or it hits an obstacle. Colliding with a block will destroy it, provided your vehicle and the block are the same color. To change the color of your vehicle, you have to navigate it onto specific fields. All levels contain various movable and immovable obstacles have to be avoided. To further complicate things, some levels also...

Action-Ball

Action-Ball

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

Pong revisited and updated to 1989 graphics and physics. In this version the ball will bounce off the floor and is good with 2 players, but really very tough against the AI. Released as Palla (Pallavolo) in Italy in Hit Parade C64 n.69 (luglio/agosto 1992).

Addgar

Addgar

Commodore 64 - Released - 1994

Puzzle game published in Game On 1994/08

Adrenalin

Adrenalin

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

ADRENALINE. . . Your body will most certainly pour out during this game, as it requires full concentration and a quick reaction. The story of ADRENALIN is easy to tell: The year is 2042. After a chemonuclear war between communist China and capitalist Russia, the genetic material of the birds was changed by radioactivity. The mutated new generation turns out to be the true scourge of the survivors, since they have shed all fear of people and are now bloodthirsty upon them. This is all the worse when the birds - and with them all insects - have reached a shocking height. They are so big that...

Aidon: The Apocalypse

Aidon: The Apocalypse

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

Released in Golden Disk 64 #12 (1990). From Rainbow Arts team member Hans Ippisch, this Xevious-inspired shooter has you flying over six levels where you have to collect power-ups good enough to help you blow away the bosses. Your distance to the end-of-level point is shown before you begin each level and also if you lose a life.

Aircop 2000

Aircop 2000

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

In this horizontal scrolling shooter with the screen scrolling constantly from right to left, you are the pilot of a helicopter who must shoot and avoid helicopters and balloons before attempting to destroy a base. With 6 skill levels to choose from, the game is split into three sections with the first section having you shooting and avoiding helicopters but you can only move up and down. The second section has you unable to fire and once again you can only move up and down while you avoid various types of balloons and missiles. Touching any craft or missile loses you one of five lives and...

Alien (CP Verlag)

Alien (CP Verlag)

Commodore 64 - Released - May 3, 1990

A multi-screen platformer with some similarities to Metroid published in Game On 1990/05 and also in Abo Disk #1. 30 Billion colonists live on the planet Hegira. The planet's major source of energy, the EFU (Energy Fusion Unit) is attacked by by parasitic aliens whose alkaline excrement threatens to destroy the reactors. You take control of the only survivor at the EFU and must eliminate all aliens. Explore the area from a side-view perspective and enter different sectors via elevator. Finding the aliens usually involves a bit of platform jumping. Once the aliens are found, press the...

American Express

American Express

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

Across the United States of America, on a Harley Davison - who of us has never dreamed of it in a quiet hour? ! We offer you this dream, "only" for 64 heights, but at least! Travel from Seattle to Portland on screen and experience one of the most interesting and exciting action games that has ever appeared on MAGIC DISK! AMERICAN EXPRESS doesn't need much guidance. Before you start, you have the opportunity to buy all sorts of useful items for the journey from the menu. The motorcycle is controlled as usual via the joystick and is not a big problem. However, you should avoid any kind of...

Angle

Angle

Commodore 64 - Released - 1992

Puzzle game in which you have to match up three tiles at a time at an angle, hence the title. Published in Game On 1992/03.

Another World

Another World

Commodore 64 - Released - December 2, 1991

San Francisco 2016. A series of earthquakes has damaged several nuclear power plants, and the subsequent nuclear contamination has forced the survivors to flee underground. Their only hope to get off the continent is to use newly developed matter transporters. However, these transporters require certain types of crystals to work. Since men cannot survive on the surface, the task of collecting the crystals is assigned to a cyborg. You take control of the cyborg and must collect different types of crystals in a number of side-scrolling levels, while fighting off mutated animals. Your cyborg can...

Anti

Anti

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

There can difficulty in precision and this missile command type game definitely illustrates that. You control a set of 4 ships, you can drop explosive charges from your spacecraft with a very small blast radius to stop the falling enemy munitions. If you don't put them exactly in the path of the falling bombs they will not take out the target. To compound this, any enemy bomb that hits the bottom removes one of your spare ships. Run out of ships and the game is over. This game was created by Axel Teichmann and published in Game On 1990/03 in German and through newsstand and subscription...

Apoxoly

Apoxoly

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

Apoxoly is a horizontal scrolling shoot 'em up developed by the guys from Techsoft with music by Markus Schneider and published by CP Verlag in Game On 1991/08. Bypass the inner defenses, drop your photon missiles to cripple the enemy's ability to fight, terminate the hostile boss life-form and be the hero the universe needs!

Aquanaut (Power House)

Aquanaut (Power House)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

Aliens are polluting our oceans and turning the creatures of the deep into mutated, dangerous creatures. You are the pilot of a technologically advanced submarine and you must destroy the creatures and aliens to make the oceans safe once more. Aquanaut is a side view horizontal shooter where the screen scrolls from left to right constantly and the joystick is used to control your sub. You must shoot or avoid the creatures because if you are hit then your damage gauge increases and when it is full then it is game over. You also have a torpedo gauge showing the rate of fire and a distance gauge...

Arc Doors

Arc Doors

Commodore 64 - Released - 1994

Arc Doors is an action game with some puzzle elements. The player controls a prince who was turned into a frog by an evil wizard, and thrown into a marsh filled with dangers. On each of the 50 levels the player must find the key and reach the exit. The game is shown in a top-down perspective, with the player able to move from tile to tile. As the wizard had taken away the prince's ability to swim, falling into water ends with immediate death. Getting across the water often requires leaping across lily pads, which regularly sink and resurface in a synchronized pattern. The marsh is populated by...

Arscet

Arscet

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

ARSCET is the computer version of the well-known and popular game "Kniffel". Your C64 takes over all the annoying administrative tasks including. Rolling the dice, high-score list and keeping the points account over several rounds, so that up to half a dozen players can devote themselves entirely to the trick. The game is controlled by a joystick in port # 2. As many throws are made per game as there are lines on the board. The player whose turn it is is indicated by an arrow pointing at his column in the game board (just like the winner at the end of the game!). You have three attempts...

Artax

Artax

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

Artax is a horizontal scrolling shooter developed by Maurice and Raymond Penders and published in Magic Disk 64 1989/04. A new space game is currently very popular with the entire editorial team: "Artax" has been blocking all computers in our rooms for days. Only MANIAC-FRED is quite disappointed with this game and annoys us all the time with sentences like "Much too lax, the game" or "Where are the screams?" . Why does a "shooting specialist" like Fred not like a "shooting game" like "Artax"? Very easily: "Artax" is a well presented skill game that is about (much) more than just "banging...

Artillery '90

Artillery '90

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

Golden Disk 64 #11 (1990). In this head to head dueling game, each player controls an artillery gun set in a mountain landscape with the goal of destroying the other player. Players take turns firing at each other; on each turn you have a limited amount of time in which the barrel angle and powder level can be set in order to control the direction and distance of the shot. When deciding on your shot, you will need to take the current conditions into account, which includes wind speed/direction and any mountains that may get in your way.

Artris

Artris

Commodore 64 - Released - 1995

A Tetris clone with a twist. You have to clear the lines to reveal some 8-bit C64 art. A new picture generates every second level. Magic Disk 64 1995/08.

Baby Blues

Baby Blues

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

In Baby Blues the player controls a crosshair and must use it to protect the baby from wildlife such as eagles, spiders, and worms; all the while popping balloons that travel across the screen. A picture of a baby bottle with milk in it can be seen on the top-left of the game screen. When all balloons are popped, the game proceeds to the next level with the difficulty and the number of balloons increased. When wildlife comes in contact with the baby, some milk is lost. The game ends when the player runs out of milk or ammo. The original 1990 version required the use of the Light Phaser gun...

Baby Jack

Baby Jack

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

Bomb Jack provides the inspiration for this action game. Our hero must thrust around single screen levels collecting every gem and avoiding contact with the many nasties that guard them. Levels have less ledges and more open spaces than Bomb Jack. A bonus is awarded depending on how quickly you clear the screen. You have five lives; losing one does not reset how many of the diamonds you have collected so far. You can create a full set of new levels using the provided editor. Published in Game On 1990/04.

Babylon Four

Babylon Four

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

A multi-scrolling shooter where you have to pick up the flashing squares without getting blasted published in Game On 1988/11.

Ball

Ball

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

The aim of this game is to steer a ball against the generic wall and fend it off if necessary. Sounds like the umpteenth variant of Breakout, but it is not. In order not to let the player fall asleep, the program has a few nasty tricks in store. Another ball floats vertically up and down in the middle of the screen. If the cue ball touches the said ball, our peaceful cue ball becomes a mean contemporary whose sole aim is apparently to send the player onto the boards. Among other things, life can be deducted if the player's ball leaves the field, penalty points can be distributed, etc. If the...

Ballfever

Ballfever

Commodore 64 - Released - December 6, 1993

So far, the c64 has largely been spared the dinosaur fever. Ball-Fever is now seizing the opportunity and is spreading at breakneck speed on all bread boxes in Germany. This game is an addiction! The gameplay is very simple. You control a small ball that, thanks to its elastic properties, has the ability to develop enormous bounce from standing. You have to guide the cute ball through numerous levels and protect it from all kinds of monsters. Slimy snails and jumping monsters have to be avoided. The highlight of this game: It is played on two levels. For example, if you have bitten yourself...

Ball-Job

Commodore 64 - Released - 1993

A logical puzzler that will keep you thinking and trying to stay one step ahead.

Ball-Land

Commodore 64 - Released - 1993

A pong\breakout style game with a twist.

Balloon Raid

Balloon Raid

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

Aim your AA gun to shoot down the balloons before they drop their dynamite on you. Watch out for other hazards like the birds and the helicopters. Published in Magic Disk 64 1988/03. As a passionate fisherman, you have made it your mission to save the trout in your lake from the poisoning that threatens them from large boxes containing the chemical E605, which land on the lake with the help of gas balloons. So you grab your self-made 20 mm gun and use it to destroy the boxes floating down before they can reach the surface of the water. But beware! Don't overload the system

Bat

Bat

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

Bat is a Pong clone which was developed b by Uwe Krüger and published by CP Verlag in Game On 1990/02.

Battleship (Softdisk)

Battleship (Softdisk)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

An arcade style sea shooter as published in Loadstar #047 and Magic Disk 64 1993/10. Presented as an Arcade style joystick game with 9 levels of progressive difficulty.

B-Bobs

B-Bobs

Commodore 64 - Released - December 11, 1990

An arcade style single screen platformer for one or two players, published in Golden Disk 64 #12 (1990). Behead your way through the mysterious world of the dangerous wizard Aroon.

Beat Ball

Beat Ball

Commodore 64 - Released - September 3, 1991

Get the black ball to collect bombs and destroy the other balls. Game released in Game On 1991/09, and also in Abo Disk #1.

Ben

Ben

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

A brain\logic game published in Game On 1989/03.

Black & White

Black & White

Commodore 64 - Released - 1994

A board game also known as Abalone. Magic Disk 64 1994/03. Players are represented by opposing black and white marbles on a hexagonal board with the objective of pushing six of the opponent's marbles off the edge of the board.

Black It!

Black It!

Commodore 64 - Released - 1995

The aim of BLACK IT! is to discolor all the stones on the playing field so that in the end none are left. The stones can have different colors, which - as can be seen on the right edge of the picture - have different priorities. If the ball is now moved over a stone, it will be discolored according to the above-mentioned pattern and finally disappear completely. When all the stones are discolored, all you have to do is direct the ball onto a black field and you are in the next level. If you enter a black field and there are still stones left, you lose one of your five lives. In addition,...

Black Panther

Black Panther

Commodore 64 - Released - January 2, 1992

Released in the Game On 1992/02, Black Panther is a one on one fighting game similar to Way of the Exploding Fist or International Karate. Press the joystick in any of eight directions in combination with short or long button presses to perform various moves and attacks ranging from ordinary punches and kicks to back-flips, forward rolls, roundhouse kicks or jumped kicks. Attacks can hit high, middle or low. Press the joystick backwards at the right moment to block high or middle attacks. You can also duck under high attacks and jump over low attacks. To successfully hit your opponent, it is...

Black Quiz

Black Quiz

Commodore 64 - Released - 1995

A quiz game about dark subjects like death, created in both German and English versions. Published in Magic Disk 64 1995/09.

Blakhole

Blakhole

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

Control your ball to collect all the key fragments in numerical order and then go to the exit. But where is it?! Published in Game On 1989/10.

Blast'em

Blast'em

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

A vertically scrolling space shooter published in Game On 1989/11, and also in 64'er Sonderheft 49.

Blob (CP Verlag)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1995

Simply get your Putty-esque character to remove all the blocks without falling into the abyss.

Blond Blubber

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

Blonde Blubber is a horizontally scrolling shoot'em-up game. It was developed by Paul Kessels and published by CP Verlag in 1991.

Blood

Blood

Commodore 64 - Released - 2000

A cross-hairs shooter created by Marcus Hinzmann and published in GO64! 2000/12.

Blubria

Blubria

Commodore 64 - Released - 1995

A Brain\Memory game for one or two people created by Pawel Pawlak aka Morris and published in Game On 1995/06. Blubria is a puzzle game based on the idea of the game Memory. But we added some extra spice to it to make things more interesting.

Bobix

Bobix

Commodore 64 - Released - 1994

The game, released in Game On 1994/06, features Bobix, who lives a quiet and peaceful life as an apprentice magician on the island Texul. After the Queen of the island falls sick and dies, Bobix discovers that the magician Bennof, his teacher, is actually an impostor who has poisoned the queen. Because Bobix tried to warn the palace guards, Bennof kidnapped Bobette and fled to another island. In order to rescue Bobette, Bobix needs to find four magic potions on four different islands. Bobix is a sidescrolling platformer. Jump over platforms and obstacles and kill hostile animals with a short...

Bounce It

Bounce It

Commodore 64 - Released - 1993

Bounce It is a platformer that requires you to safely guide a basketball to a basket at the end of several screen-sized levels. Running out of time or colliding with objects such as glass bottles or laser beams destroys the ball. Other balls can be collected to gain points and extra lives. At the right side of the screen is a bar that gets constantly filled if the ball isn't bouncing. Once it is filled completely, the ball is destroyed, which means you have to jump every few seconds in order to make it to reach the exit. Published in Game On 1993/12.

Bounce!

Bounce!

Commodore 64 - Released - 1993

Game On 1993/03.

Boxes

Boxes

Commodore 64 - Released - 1993

Mr. Box, the supreme slave driver of the largest manufacturing company for oversized freight boxes, hired you out of pure charity. Your task is simple and sweaty at the same time. The boxes have to be cleaned up meticulously, because the workers are only able to produce the boxes on a large scale in order not to even use the word "throw out". Of course, such a disorder cannot be tolerated by the management. . . So you put on your tried and tested work clothes and try to push the boxes into their traditional places (marked in white). However, this turns out to be not that easy, because...

Brain Spasm

Brain Spasm

Commodore 64 - Released - 1994

A puzzle strategy game published in Game On 1994/11, released in the Playtime/Magic Disk/Game On 3 in one Kombi release.

Break Ball

Break Ball

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

A Breakout clone with some odd physics released in Game On 1989/07.

Breakout Construction Kit

Breakout Construction Kit

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

This Commodore Arkanoid clone is Breakout on Steroids. Published. in the german Magic Disk 64 Magazine 1988/04, and in the Game On publication 1988/11.

Breathalyzer

Breathalyzer

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

An action game for one or two people published in both Magic Disk 64 1991/01 and Abo Disk #1. BREATHALYZER is. . . . . . an action game, but not a "ball game"! . . . a game for two people. . . . the goalkeeper duel, in which the one who "keeps his box cleanest" wins. . . . but still no football simulation. . . . none of FRED's favorite games. . . . a "joystick-friendly" game. . . . so complicated that we did without the corresponding instructions. . . . a game we hope you enjoy.

Bronx Medal

Bronx Medal

Commodore 64 - Released - 1994

A multi-event sports game set in the Bronx instead of at the Olympics. Published in Game On 1994/12.

Bubble It

Bubble It

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

Move around the level and pick up all the disk images without grabbing any of the skull and crossbones. Question mark items can give additional bonuses. Blow bubble toward your pursuers that will disable them momentarily as they are pulled towards the top of the level. Capture all the items on the screen to move to the next level. Published in Magic Disk 64 1989/11.

Bubble Mania

Bubble Mania

Commodore 64 - Released - November 7, 1994

A not-too-frustrating platform collect-em-up. "Soap bubbles determine our lives. Whether in the wonderfully relaxing bathroom, in all our dreams or in computer games, you can find them everywhere. Bubble Mania is a tricky jump & run that requires a bit of clever thinking. You control a little imp who wants to get all gems of the country into his possession out of greed. This smart kleptomaniac is controlled with the joystick in port # 2. The highlight of this game is that you cannot fall into the abyss. However, since our hero cannot jump very far, and the platforms on which the...

Cashman

Cashman

Commodore 64 - Released - 1994

Released in Game On 1994/03.

Castle of Terror (CP Verlag)

Castle of Terror (CP Verlag)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

Short horror-themed platformer released in 1988. "You were caught in the "Castle of Terror". Try to find the exit by moving through each lineup to the next. This begins after you have reached the top of the screen. That sounds easy, but numerous ghosts, demons and other beings are not exactly helpful in finding the exit. As a little tip, we can tell you that the best thing to do is to avoid everything that moves." Published in Magic Disk 64 1988/11.

Castor

Castor

Commodore 64 - Released - 1995

A puzzle game similar to Columns that was published in the German magazine Game On in their 1995/03 issue. Castor is a falling block puzzle game similar to Columns. Stones consisting of three blocks of varying colors drop down and have to be arranged in the right way. Pressing the fire-button will rearrange the blocks that make up a stone. At least four blocks of the same color have to be lined up vertically, horizontally or diagonally in order to clear them. The more stones are cleared at once, the higher the score. A level ends after a set number of stones (which increases with every level)...

Catch II

Commodore 64 - Released - 1993

The sky is falling! Well, at least all the aliens, planets, spaceships and monoliths are, and they are all falling at different rates and trajectories. And like the man says, you gotta catch 'em all. Miss 3 and you'll be starting over.

Cave-Guennie

Cave-Guennie

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

A Boulder-Dash style game published in Game On 1989/05 and in GO64! 2005/11 / a.k.a. "Caveman".

Celluloid

Celluloid

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

A breakout/Arkanoid style game released in Game On 1990/10, and also in Abo Disk #2.

Chicago (CP Verlag)

Chicago (CP Verlag)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

A Strategy/Management Simulation game for four players where you take your company from the garage to the top floor. Written by Rainer Kappler and published in Game On 1990/09 and also in Abo Disk #2.

Chubby Chester

Chubby Chester

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

A Logic\Brain game published in Game On 1991/06, and in Magic Disk 64 GE 1992/1.

Circuit (CP Verlag)

Circuit (CP Verlag)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1993

Golden Disk 64 1993/03.

Clone

Clone

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

A Logic\Brain game by Axel Teichmann and published in Game On 1992/01.

The Clone Wars

The Clone Wars

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

A game about money, power and influence in a war that held an entire galaxy under its spell. The clone wars have cast a spell over the editorial staff. It is entirely possible that you will not feel otherwise, and we are very happy to see it. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Thomas Kemmer, the author of the game, for the detailed and clear instructions that he enclosed on the program diskette. ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE FUTURE ... Along with various other superlatives bestowed on them by posterity, the Clone Wars were also the largest mass slaughter of intelligent life...

Clystron

Clystron

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

In Clystron you control a walker-like cyborg on its mission to find eight machine parts. The parts must be collected in the correct order. Whenever a part is found, a new transporter destination is unlocked. All parts must be found within a time limit of 15 minutes in order to complete the game. The game is a very basic platformer with rather weird controls. You can only shoot or jump while walking. Moreover, you keep walking in one direction until you press the joystick down, which feels very odd in the beginning and makes the game quite hard to play. Clystron was originally released for the...

Coalminer

Coalminer

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

A real treasure is buried under the earth's crust and you have decided to take it for yourself. Unfortunately, the undertaking is not so simple as in addition to having to dig a lot there are many infernal beings who have been placed to protect the precious and from which you must beware. This is the only way to destroy them and make them fall on them some boulders that you free by removing them from under the earth: be careful because it can be a double-edged sword.Game On 1991/09, Abo Disk #2 and in Italy as Carbo, Colliery and Miner in All C64 n.1, Formula 64 n.95 and Special Program n.81...

Coldiarus

Coldiarus

Commodore 64 - Released - 1995

Coldiarus is a clone of classic Minesweeper, featuring colorful graphics. The gameplay rules remain unchanged. Selected spot shows the number of bombs in the neighborhood. The game allows to define the number of mines from 10 up to 50. Created by Robert Kan and published in Magic Disk 64 1995/09.

Colonial Trader

Commodore 64 - Released - 1996

A adventure game released in the very final issue of Golden Disk 64 1996/02.

Color Buster

Color Buster

Commodore 64 - Released - 1993

A Puzzle\Strategy game published in Game On 1993/03.

Colora

Colora

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

A puzzle game by Frederic Thiesse, published in Game On 1989/12.

Coloured (CP Verlag)

Coloured (CP Verlag)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

Colours is a strategical puzzle/brain game developed by Villains and published in Game On 1995/06.

Combination

Combination

Commodore 64 - Released - January 2, 1995

A puzzle game created by The Creators (represented by Helfried Peyrl who did the coding, Roland Ottensamer on graphics, and Antti Hannula for the music) and published in Magic Disk 64 1995/01. The aim of the game is to clear all colorful, moving pieces from the playing field. To do this, you simply have to make the stones disappear by pushing the same stones horizontally or vertically (sideways) together. With the joystick in Port II you control the blinking cursor, which you can point to the desired stones in order to move them. By pressing the joystick button and simultaneously moving the...

Complex

Complex

Commodore 64 - Released - 1994

Complex is a dungeon crawler game for the Commodore 64. It was developed by the team of Robert Hermely (code), Siegfried Stegmüller (graphics), and Søren Lund (sound and music) It was published in Game On 1995/01.

Compunet

Compunet

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

An action game with puzzle elements (contains a Tetris variant) which was release on the following: Game On 1990/08, Game On GE 1992/2, Abo Disk #2

Connect 4 (CP Verlag)

Connect 4 (CP Verlag)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

Game On 1990/12, Abo Disk #2.

Connection: Gravity

Connection: Gravity

Commodore 64 - Released - 1993

A puzzle\strategy game created by Attila Tajti and published in Magic Disk 64 1993/02. In this game you have to try to join the two blue stones. You should pay special attention to gravity, which will often outsmart you. In addition, there are green stones and useful "bubbles" to help with this difficult task. To move a stone you just have to select it with the cursor, hold down the fire button and press it in the desired direction. The green and blue stones can only be influenced horizontally, while the "bubbles" can also be influenced vertically. Sometimes you have to turn the stones. You...

Conquest for the Crown

Conquest for the Crown

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

A war strategy game published in Magic Disk 64 1988/12. A great strategy game for anyone who has had a lot of fun with games like this in the past. As is often the case with good games, the game is in English, which some of you may not be particularly enthusiastic about. But since the texts are limited and it is not a text adventure, you quickly got used to the game and the English is no longer important. To make it easier to understand, here are the brief instructions:: It is a battle simulation in which the aim is to conquer a continent that has so far been made up of many small...

Cosmox

Cosmox

Commodore 64 - Released - 1994

In this action\puzzle game your character jumps around Qbert style as you try to stamp towers into the ground, if you stamp 4 towers (in a square style) of the same height they will automatically sink in the ground. Published in Game On 1994/08.

Crack It!

Crack It!

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

A good looking Mastermind board game published in Game On 1988/12.

Craft

Craft

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

Quick, complete the circuit before time runs out. Published in Game On 1991/11.

Crazy Runner

Crazy Runner

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

Game On 1989/12.

Crazy Sue

Crazy Sue

Commodore 64 - Released - 1993

Crazy Susi is actually not that crazy, she just tries to keep her life safe. She got lost in a dark, magical forest and is now desperately looking for an exit. Unfortunately, the cunning and mean inhabitants of the dense wooded area thwart her plans. Since Susi has no weapons to defend herself against the nasty figures, she has to withdraw without further ado and jump over them. The numerous monsters see through this quickly and for this reason attack in various formations that are very difficult to penetrate. The joystick in port # 2 is used to play. Joystick left / right lets Susi run in...

Cross It

Cross It

Commodore 64 - Released - 1992

A brain game created by Marc Shubert and published in Game On 1992/10.

Crosses & Cirkels

Commodore 64 - Released - 1995

A two player only computerized tic-tac-toe/noughts and crosses game published by CP Verlag in 1995.

Cruel Zone

Commodore 64 - Released - 1992

A Shoot'em-Up Space Invaders style game.

Crystal Fever

Crystal Fever

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

A smoothly scrolling animated version of what is essentially a Boulder Dash clone published in Golden Disk 64 #09 (1990).

Crystalcave Deluxe

Crystalcave Deluxe

Commodore 64 - Released - 1994

A deluxe/updated version of 1993's collect em up Crystalcave. This version was published Magic Disk 64 1994/12

Cubin'

Cubin'

Commodore 64 - Released - 1992

Recreate the pattern in the least time, a game created by Sven Bornholdt & Jörn Bornholdt and published in both Magic Disk 64 1992/11, and Abo Disk #2.

Cut-In

Cut-In

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

Published in Magic Disk 64 1991/04. After a space shuttle glides across the screen right at the start of the game - more precisely, while it is loading - it should be clear what kind of game it is: a space adventure, and a rather action-packed one. As with most other games in this genre, at CUT IN you dash through the galaxies in a fast space car to bring fame and glory, i.e. highscore, to your home get-together. The environment is as usual: you fly from left to right and the background scrolls past you from right to left. In this game, it consists of futuristic halls, containers, tanks,...

Cyberball (CP Verlag)

Cyberball (CP Verlag)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1995

Not to be confused with Domark/Tengen sports game that came out 5 years earlier, this arcade/action game was released in Germany by CP Verlag in the Game On magazine published originally in 1995/05.

CyberBlocks

CyberBlocks

Commodore 64 - Released - 1994

In this puzzle game, the player is presented with the game field on which a specific region is marked. From the top Tetris-like blocks are randomly falling down (arrows indicate the place where they fall). The shape and texture of the block that is supposed to fall down is presented in the top right window. The aim of the player is to arrange fallen blocks in the Cyberblocks shape so they can be destroyed. If they are destroyed in a specific region, the picture behind is uncovered and stage can be completed. Unlike "Tetris", the player does not control the falling blocks but only those that...

Cygnus

Cygnus

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

In Cygnus you have to find in each level 10 Magic Pots then try to reach the exit before the time limit has ended. Published in Magic Disk 64 1991/05. The idea of ​​the game is to use a ball to collect ten pots that are in a kind of cave. The ball is of course controlled with the joystick - if you press it to the right, it rolls in the desired direction, it works the same with the left; if you push the joystick forward, the ball bounces. This is important because the cave is not flat and level, but rather rugged and impassable. The screen shows the section of the cave that you are currently...

Cylogic

Cylogic

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

A brain\puzzle game by Hakan Akbiyik and published in Magic Disk 64 1991/04, Game On GE 1993/2, Abo Disk #3. In the game you need to recreate the scene found in the right pane in yours. Get them in the correct order of will need to do it again. Cylogic is an immensely captivating game of skill and puzzles in which, in addition to a steady hand, a quick talent for combination is required. Cylogic is divided into two separate, completely independent play areas, which are appropriately titled Game 1 and Game 2 and which I will introduce one after the other in the following. Incidentally,...

Cyrus

Cyrus

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

A horizontally scrolling Shoot'em up by Markus Faber. Published in Game On 1991/02.

D.O.U.B.L.E.

D.O.U.B.L.E.

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

This is a two player only cross between Pong and Breakout, which plays horizontally like pong, but you also have bricks to remove like in Breakout . It was coded by Matthias Weber and published by CP Verlag in the German based Disk magazine: Magic Disk 64 (September, 1989 issue). The game shipped with a level editor, though the instructions are in German.

DAK: Deutsches Afrika Korps

DAK: Deutsches Afrika Korps

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

A war strategy game by Rüdiger Rinscheidt & Helmut Loch and published in Golden Disk 64 #02 (1988).

Dan Cooper

Dan Cooper

Commodore 64 - Released - April 1, 1989

Published by CP Verlag, "Game On" was a German disk magazine for C64, available at newspaper stands around Germany at the time. In addition to articles and alike, each number shipped with some games. One of the three games on that number in Game On 1989/04, Dan Cooper, likely named after a man calling himself Dan Cooper managed to hijack a plane without getting caught by parachuting out to the woods, is a straight-up shoot 'em up where you fly a plane and.. well, scroll to the right and shoot stuff.

Dark Caves

Dark Caves

Commodore 64 - Released - 1994

Dark Caves is a H.E.R.O. clone in which the you control a treasure hunter searching for treasure under the surface of the earth. Equipped with a jetpack, a short-ranged beam weapon and a limited number of bombs, you must reach the exit before running out of energy. The amount of energy available is displayed at the bottom of the screen. It depletes over time and when the jetpack or the beam weapon is used. When navigating through the caves, you must avoid contact with enemies, spikes and other deadly objects. The beam weapon can be used to dispatch enemies, while bombs are used to destroy...

Dark Tower (CP Verlag)

Dark Tower (CP Verlag)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

You are trapped inside the dark tower and must find a way to escape. Published in Magic Disk 64 1988/02. Dark Tower is a text adventure with an excellent parser. This means that the computer also understands whole sentences, such as B. ' TAKE THE BIG SWORD 'ETC. We don't want to say anything about the solution to this adventure at this point, because we don't want to take the tension off you. We therefore wish you a lot of fun puzzling!

The Darksword

The Darksword

Commodore 64 - Released - 1993

A scrolling screen platformer created by X-ample Architectures and published in Game On 1993/12.

Dawn Beyond UB-11: Motorhead II

Dawn Beyond UB-11: Motorhead II

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

After the years of destruction in Motorhead, the enemy forces have now returned in another age. Begin fighting back the enemies to secure the different sections of the planet. Sequel to Motorhead and published in Game On 1989/09.

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