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Call Me Psycho

Call Me Psycho

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

Professor Hans de Jaberwocky is holding the world to ransom, either give him £100,000,000, twenty BMX Bikes and a bucket of shiny pebbles (his favourite food) or he will activate seven Doomsday Devices which will wipe out the unprotected human race and turn them into gunge. It is up to S1021/K0987 (nickname Psycho), a Mega-Battle Droid, to find all seven devices over seven levels and destroy their power supply. Call Me Psycho is a side view flick screen run 'n gun shooter with some platform elements where you control Psycho and you must get from the left of each level to the right searching...

Duel Attack

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

KGB Agent

KGB Agent

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

Operation Anoria

Operation Anoria

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

A two part arcade adventure based around a catastrophic tale of interstellar piracy.

Pirate Base 3

Pirate Base 3

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

Base 3 is the name of a space station located just outside the Earth's Orbit. Set up many moons ago in the year 2091, its primary purpose is, essentially, to act as a sort of intergalactic Customs shed and immigration checkpoint where all visiting spacecraft must dock to have its crew and cargo screened before progressing to Earth. As such, Base 3 also occupies a position of vital strategic importance: should it fall into the wrong hands, and particularly those of the dreaded super-alien, Lee, the planet Earth would be in serious jeopardy! But what has this to do with the present, you...

Rollerboard

Rollerboard

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

Rollerboard is a skateboarding game. The game is side scrolling and plays similar to the Kickstart series albeit with skateboards instead of motorbikes. The objective is simply to make it through the game's levels without crashing at any of the obstacles. Three skateboards are available from the start and for every crash one is lost. When all out of skateboards the game is over. The skater is controlled entirely with joystick. To speed up the button is pressed while pulling left is used to approach a hill and pulling up is used to jump. If it goes too fast pulling down causes the skater to...

Trivial Fruit

Trivial Fruit

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

Trivial Fruit is a arcade quiz game where one person or up to four answer as many questions as they can to win the game. Before you play you can decide whether there is a timer to answer a question and you can choose the timer to be up to 995 seconds. You can decide as well how many players and if you want the short game or long game. On screen there is a 3x5 grid and when a question on a variety of subjects is asked each answer represents a fruit. Get the answer correct then the fruit appears in a set position in the grid. You then answer the next question. Get it wrong and if playing another...

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