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International Hockey

International Hockey

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

International Hockey is the sequel to Artworx's SLAP-SHOT!. The game features standard single player vs computer (3 skill levels) and two-player head-to-head modes. Controls offer precision passing, bone crushing body checks, penalty shots and a shootout mode. Make use of the boards in the arena to advance the puck. The player closest to the puck is under your control; others appear ghosted-out. Digitized speech, crowd noise and an organist add to the feel of the experience.

Kick Off

Kick Off

Commodore Amiga - 1989

Kick Off was the first football game of its kind, having a top down view and unlike other football games of that time the ball was not glued to the feet of the players. Playing Kick Off requires skills in ball control. There is an option to learn these skills without being harassed by the opposition. The set pieces like corner kicks, passing, sliding tackles and dribbling can be practiced to perfection. Each player on the pitch has a unique combination of 4 attributes, namely Pace, Stamina, Accuracy and Aggression. As you progress you will need to adapt to to different types of players. You...

Kick Off 2

Kick Off 2

Commodore Amiga - 1990

The original Kick Off was expanded on in many ways for this sequel. The game now features full tournament modes (although the players on the teams are fictitious) and four different pitches (including an implementation of plastic pitches, whose uneven bounce cause controversy when several British clubs tried them in the 1980s). Viewed top-down, the controls involve trapping the ball under your foot, giving you time to prepare passes. Running with the ball is tricky at first, as it doesn't stick to your foot the way it did in contemporary football games. Complex moves such as overhead kicks,...

Kick Off 2: Return to Europe

Kick Off 2: Return to Europe

Commodore Amiga - November 1, 1991

Return to Europe is a data disk for Kick Off 2 that allows the player to participate in three major European Competitions: the UEFA Cup, the Cup Winners Cup and the European Cup. This was topical in the UK, as English clubs had just been readmitted into Europe, having been banned for several years following the Heysel stadium disaster of 1985.

Kick Off 2: The Final Whistle

Kick Off 2: The Final Whistle

Commodore Amiga - March 1, 1991

The Final Whistle is a data disc for Kick Off 2 that improves the gameplay and adds some new features. Among the features there is new tactics implementation (positioning and movement depends on whether the team is defending or attacking), new corner kicks that give better control of the height, shot power, bias and curling of the ball, improved control of goal kicks and throw ins, additional player attribute Flair that determines whether the player will play a passing or make a solo attempt at the goal, new controls that allows the player to make Flick Balls and Overhead Kicks, choice to play...

Kick Off 3: European Challenge

Kick Off 3: European Challenge

Commodore Amiga - 1994

Kick Off 3: European Challenge is an updated version of Kick Off 3. Whereas the original game only featured national teams, this version allows the player to take control of all club teams from the top divisions of five European countries: England, Germany, France, Italy and Spain. For each country a league or a cup can be played and there is also a European cup with teams from all countries as well as individual friendlies. The European cup and friendlies also allow the player to select teams from other countries. For copyright reasons, all player names are misspelled (for example Barcelona...

Las Vegas

Las Vegas

Commodore Amiga - 1987

Las Vegas is a simulation of a three reel slot machine. To increase the chances of winning, it is possible to hold certain reels (skill stop) or to nudge them for a certain number of times when it is allowed; the player may also gamble on an existing win. The goal of the game is to win jackpots.

Player Manager

Player Manager

Commodore Amiga - 1990

You can become the Player-Manager of a third division football team in this innovative action-strategy hybrid. The game features over 1000 fictional individual players to buy and sell, each with 8 different physical and mental skills rated, and you can choose which position to play these in. Four tactical systems are provided, but you can design your own and put it to the test in various situations using a raytrace system. Training sessions are presented visually, allowing you to pinpoint the exact ability and potential of a player. The playing side of the game uses the Kick Off game...

Player Manager 2

Player Manager 2

Commodore Amiga - 1995

Player Manager 2 sets you as an international-standard soccer player who's stepped into being a player-manager at a lower-division side. The challenge is to reach the Premier League and survive. Most of the standard features of management games are present, including pre-match tactics (which are fairly customizable), a full transfer market including short-term loan deals, detailed player statistics (presented visually), ground improvements and coaching. Playing the matches is optional, as you can simply watch instead. There are 4 playing views, and you can play in position or as a team....

Summer Events

Summer Events

Commodore Plus 4 - Released - 1987

Summer Events is a Olympic multi-event game where up to four players can compete in seven separate events. After the opening ceremony the players enter their names and pick a country listening to the national anthem. The players are presented with various options and they include, play all events, compete in some events, and practise the events. The seven events are: Butterfly Swimming: The screen is split into two parts showing two swimmers viewed from the side with the screen scrolling. The swimmers have to swim the butterfly stroke for two lengths of the pool as fast as possible. Pole...

Thai Boxing

Thai Boxing

Commodore 64 - Released - July 1, 1985

Pounding punches, high kicks and flying kicks cut the boxers faces, as their stamina saps under the fierce onslaught of blows to the body. Six levels of fast action played in 3D, against spectacular backgrounds.

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