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10... Knockout!

10... Knockout!

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

It's time you become World Boxing Champion. To become champion you need to fight and defeat 8 fighters. The game is viewed from the side showing your two fighters, referee and the crowd. To control your boxer you use the joystick. Moving it left and right moves your boxer left and right. Pushing up throws a punch to the head, pulling down throws a body punch. Pressing the fire button defends your head. Every time you hit your opposition you get a point, likewise for him. Hit him enough and you knock him out. The referee counts to 10 and it's fight over.

Afrikan Tähti

Afrikan Tähti

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

Afrikan tähti was made into a video game for the Commodore 64 in 1985 by Otso Pakarinen and Jari Heikkinen who were given permission to make the game from Kari Mannerla. The game was published by Amersoft and produced by Jouko Riikonen. Programming the game took roughly two months. It was made with help of some PROMAL source code which the creators got from Amersoft.

Uuno Turhapuro muuttaa maalle

Uuno Turhapuro muuttaa maalle

Commodore 64 - January 1, 1986

Uuno Turhapuro muuttaa maalle is a side-scrolling video game, available for the Commodore 64. It was developed by the Finnish programmer Pasi Hytönen in 1986 and published by Amersoft. The game is based on the popular Finnish comedy character Uuno Turhapuro (Numbskull Emptybrook), created by Spede Pasanen and played by the actor Vesa-Matti Loiri. The game was released in the same year as the movie with the same name. Uuno Turhapuro muuttaa maalle was the first Finnish game based on a movie license.

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