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All Good Things

All Good Things

GCE Vectrex - Homebrew - 1996

All Good Things was the fourth release from Classic Game Creations. It is a compilation cartridge, comprised of clones of four earlier games and a bonus hidden fifth game. Contains: Space Invaders Part 2 Rockaroids Spike's Water Balloons Vectris (aka Vectrex Blocks) 23 Matches At the time of its release, All Good Things was the very first 16K cartridge for the Vectrex.

Birds of Prey

Birds of Prey

GCE Vectrex - Homebrew - 1999

Birds of Prey is a Vectrex game similar to the Galaxian series, some might call it a homebrew port of Phoenix. The gameplay is similar to Galaga and consists of five waves that simply loop with increasing difficulty. Instead of using the analog stick you press buttons 1-2 to move left and right, while button 4 fires. It takes a few minutes to adjust but once you do you'll find the control scheme works fine. By pressing button 3 you can activate a shield once per wave (or re-use it if you lose a life) and this protects you from incoming fire and enemies. It's very handy and you'll want to use...

Gravitrex

Gravitrex

GCE Vectrex - Homebrew - 2002

Based off the arcade game Gravitar - but with many enhancements. This outstanding 64K game has all the excitement of a true arcade game. Gravitrex Plus is a game any Vectrex fan will enjoy! Gravitrex Plus has the following features: - 3 Levels with 6 worlds. - Many worlds contain extra sections for more frantic button pressing. - 2 Game Modes: Standard and Arcade (the later which is faster and more intense for the expert gamers)! Your main mission is to travel to these six worlds, rescue the human captives, eliminate enemy bunkers, and finally destroy the enemy planets themselves!

Kill the Attacking Aliens

Kill the Attacking Aliens

Philips Videopac+ - Homebrew - 2004

You have been selected to defend planet Earth and its moon colony against alien invaders. Your ship is equipped with a powerful quantum cannon and a strong defensive shield. Your mission is to destroy all of the aliens and prevent the objects on earth from being bombed.

Nebula Commander

Nebula Commander

GCE Vectrex - Homebrew - 2005

Craig Aker created a unique RTS (real time strategy) game for the Vectrex in 2005 with Nebula Commander, which is like no other Vectrex game to date. Play against the computer enemy or better yet, crush a friend’s dreams of dominating the nebula. In Nebula Commander, you control the nebula by conquering all who oppose you! One or two players must gather up resources and create and launch weapons to destroy the other’s space station while defending their own in turn. Race to mine space crystals for energy necessary to build destroyers and missiles, construct your armada and launch your...

Patriots

Patriots

GCE Vectrex - Homebrew - April 21, 1996

Patriots is a clone of a popular arcade game from the 80's. Patriots is faster and more challenging than other missile games. It is visually exciting, with many special effects, including fades, scaling and rotation. Game control is solid with additional options for those who need them. Patriots code is optimized to make the game run very, very smooth. Vectrex "flicker" is almost nonexistent, except for higher levels with tons of missiles, patriots and explosions all happening at once." Supports trackball input.

Patriots Remix

Patriots Remix

GCE Vectrex - Released - 1999

PATRIOTS THE SPECIAL EDITION–I’ve only played the original Patriots in emulation a few times, and this seems like it has only minor changes (the bonus hidden game is even the same as on the original Patriots as well), just a slightly different pace and better sound. Here you must protect several cities from missiles raining down on them; maybe the missiles are in regards to the invaders wising up from V. Vaders TDC and realizing they should stop wasting manpower on you, and use machines and missiles instead to wreck havoc? Aircraft and smart missiles also add to this fun “remix” clone of...

Repulse

Repulse

GCE Vectrex - Released - 1999

REPULSE–clone of the rare Eliminator vector game. I don’t know how it compares, since I never played the original (saw it, but never played it), but it’s addicting and can take a while, due to starting with five ships and then earning a new one with every successful elimination (sorry!) of the mother ship. Unfortunately firing a shot up the mother ship’s slim shaft is difficult, especially with sentry ships thrown in the mix, which a hit from them can send you careening across the screen. A fun, differently-paced challenge than the other games on here, but you need some pretty decent nerves to...

Revector

Revector

GCE Vectrex - Homebrew - 2004

Your goal is to out score your opponent in a 7 minute timed match. You can score points by shooting your opponent or by picking up power-up items. Power-up items (available in game one) appear randomly on the playfield to be picked up by players, having various effects and lasting either a certain time or with a set amount of uses. If neither player picks up an item after several seconds they will disappear. Once a game’s seven minutes have run out, the game will end once one or both players have destroyed the others’ vehicle (or they destroy each other at the same time). Revector...

Rockaroids Remix

Rockaroids Remix

GCE Vectrex - Homebrew - 1999

Let's blow-up some stuff! This is the second of John Dondzila's three versions of Rockaroids. Rockaroids Remix features more intense game play than the original Rockaroids and does not have the game slowing rotating rocks of Rockaroids: 3'rd Rock.

Rockaroids Remix: Third Rock

Rockaroids Remix: Third Rock

GCE Vectrex - Released - 1999

Rockaroids Remix: 3rd Rock: In this third version of the game, Rockaroids is back, with with enhanced rocks and rotation, more speed and a faster, challenging game! Released as part of the Vecmania game pak.

Space Frenzy

Space Frenzy

GCE Vectrex - Homebrew - 2006

John Dondzila's last game for the Vectrex, in all its 64K glory! Intense Arcade Style Gameplay, as you fight off wave after wave of ship fragments, that will form into cruisers to attack and destroy your ship. Doc with other ships after each wave to increase your firepower. - Features Vectors Plus Digitized Sound * - Combined Joystick Plus LRTF Button Support - VecVox (AtariVox+) Support - In-game Instructions Contains a playable demo of the never completed SUPER SPIKE WORLD! * Digitized speech and vectors may not work on all Vectrex systems due to the age of the system. An...

Spike Hoppin’

Spike Hoppin’

GCE Vectrex - Homebrew - 1996

Spike Hoppin' is a game where you make Spike hop on blocks, and change all their "colors". Spud returns and will try to stop Spike, as well as other enemies and a few friends too. Spike Hoppin' includes digitized speech (Spike talks again!), as well as a bonus hidden game and a few other surprises !

Spike's Water Balloons

Spike's Water Balloons

GCE Vectrex - Released - 2001

Help out hero, Spike, win Molly's affections by winning a wet and wild game of water balloon catch. Play with a standard Vectrex controller or a modified Atari 2600 Paddle controller.

Star Fire Spirits

Star Fire Spirits

GCE Vectrex - Released - 1999

Star Fire Spirits: Incredible 3D space fighter were you have to destroy waves of enemy fighters, skim the surface of an alien planet, and navigate narrow chasms to destroy the planet´s core! Released as part of the Vecmania game pak.

Thrust

Thrust

GCE Vectrex - Homebrew - 2004

Thrust is an unofficial homebrewed clone of the classic 8-bit microcomputer game of the same name. Thrust brings realistic physics and inertia-based movement into arcade games, directly influencing titles like Oids, as well as Exile from Audiogenic by the same author. The action is viewed from the side, with the graphics drawn in vectors, in keeping with the mathematical nature of everything that unfolds. As a Resistance fighter, the player must fly into enemy lines in order to steal Klystron Pods to power more advanced starships, using your tractor beam to take them. A network of...

Vectopia

Vectopia

GCE Vectrex - Released - 2001

Vectopia is John Dondzila´s 2nd 64K Vectrex game cartridge, featuring a compilation of 2 new games, a playable game demo, an updated game, controller test, and 4 early draft games. Vectopia includes: • Wormhole: Move your ship in a circular pattern to destroy aliens emerging from the Wormhole ahead of you. Watch out for scout ships, while picking up Power-Ups. The game gets progressively harder as each level passes. • Trakkers: Fly through the grids while destroying enemy Trakkers. Eliminate enemy Trakkers to complete each level. The Trakkers becomes smarter as you progress through...

Vector Vaders

Vector Vaders

GCE Vectrex - Homebrew - March 8, 1996

March 8, 1996 marked a day of the rebirth of Vectrex games, as programmer John Dondzila unveiled Vector Vaders, which was not only the very first homebrew game for the machine, but it also started the plethora of new games for the Vectrex as well. Aside from having vector graphics and running a bit slow (although the game does speed up as more and more invaders are shot), this is a pretty standard Space Invaders-type game for the most part.

Vector Vaders Remix

Vector Vaders Remix

GCE Vectrex - Released - 1999

Vector Vaders Remix: This is Vector Vaders as it was meant to be, with simpler graphics for faster and flicker free action, along with some bug fixes and multi-channel sound effects! Released as part of the Vecmania game pak.

Verzerk

Verzerk

GCE Vectrex - Released - 2002

Verzerk is a modified version of Berzerk, which adds speech to the game. Has that robotic voice during the 'attract mode', and various phrases from the original arcade game. One player only (no two player option as the original Berzerk on the vectrex has).

V-Frogger

V-Frogger

GCE Vectrex - Homebrew - 1998

Guide frogs across a busy street and then through dangerous water to get to their home, in this enhanced version of this arcade game clone by Christopher Salomon. The variety of objects and enemies will kill a players´ frog on contact, plus there is a timer for each level too, of which there are 16 total. The game is enhanced with a pause mode, so you can take a break if you need too! So what are you waiting for, hop on over and play this game!

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