Tri Micro

10 Pin

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

10 Pin is a simple bowling game. By pressing a single key you choose if the ball is thrown straight, left or right and then you choose the starting point of the ball throw. Depending on your choices the ball will throw over pins and the next round begins. Two players can play alternate in throwing balls.

Captain of Industry

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

Contains three Strategy\Trading sub-games; "Jimmy the Self-made Man", "Cool Drinks for Sale" & "Oil Magnate".

Catch a Thief

Catch a Thief

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

You are the Directory of Security in a world famous Museum of Fine Arts. Since the museum is being renovated, it is particularly vulnerable to burglars specializing in theft of rare and precious objects. The museum comprises 3 levels, 81 rooms, 6 corridors and 4 elevators. The building complex can be viewed through any of the three monitors in your office, using the 91 cameras installed throughout the complex. Your salary depends on your success at preventing the theft of the museums's priceless treasures. Varying salary levels increase the difficulty of your task. You direct the staff of...

Corom

Corom

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

The Great Knight, Corom, has been called by Olberand to the land of Peloria to save Princess Diana from the clutches of Targoth, the most evil sorcerer in the land. If you succeed, the Princess has the powers which, when freed, could rid the land of Targoth forever. But you must be wary. Targoth's monsters have the frightening capacity of two strengths; one with which they strike, and one to defend themselves. And, as if Targoth's monsters weren't enough, you must battle or evade Moorugs, Groggs, Skeletons, Lava Monsters, Ghosts, Bats, Witches, Slime Monsters and Spiders. Armed only with your...

Football (Tri Micro)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

A one or two player football game where you can pick the colors of the different teams (choose the color number and not the name of the color). You are in charge. You name the stadium. You control the ball. You choose the play and you help execute it. Football for the Commodore 64! It's a snap!

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