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Bazooka Bill

Bazooka Bill

Commodore 64 - Released - July 15, 1985

Bazooka Bill is on a mission to rescue General MacArthur who has been kidnapped by a nasty revolutionary faction, and to get to him, he must get through five levels shooting soldiers and choppers that drop bombs on him. He deals with them by mainly using his fists, although he can pick up a variety of weapons such as knives, machine guns, flamethrowers, and, of course, bazookas. All of these weapons have a limited supply of ammunition, so it is up to the player to use them wisely. Each level is completed when Bill finding the right position.

Championship Golf

Championship Golf

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Now, with the aid of your microcomputer, you can tee off right into your won living room and play 18 holes of Championship Golf. the weather's always perfect for this game. Choose from 20 clubs, including all the popular irons, sand and pitching wedges, and one to nine woods. There's a challenging course ahead of you. Calculate your stroke, select the power, determine the direction. But watch out for sand traps! View your course from top and side angles for a perfect perspective of the green. On-screen scoring keeps you informed of your position. Play with up to three partners or alone agains...

Delta Drawing

Delta Drawing

Atari 800 - Released - 1983

You'll learn computer programming concepts while creating your own colorful picture creations.

FaceMaker

FaceMaker

Apple II - May 19, 1983

Everyone's mothers always say "Don't make those faces! They'll stay like that!" But now you have the chance to make the silliest looking faces anyone's ever seen! Choose from a wide assortment of eyes, ears, noses, and mouths. Then make your newly created faces blink, wiggle their ears, wink, or razz you. You can even play a "Simon Says.." type game where your face will do some kind of action and you have to follow along!

Homework Helper Math

Commodore 64 - 1985

Jukebox

Jukebox

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Jukebox is a musical strategy game that's kind of a cross between a chess match and a dance contest. During the game the Jukebox is jumpin' with lots of terrific songs. Songs so good you never want them to stop. But to keep the music playing you've got to create gold records. Using your dancing feet and your natural sense of rhythm you jump from square to square creating hit records as you go. Aim for the pulsating gold tiles, because you can build them into records. And the more gold records you get the more coins you earn. Use the coins to keep the music bopping and the game from stopping....

Kung-Fu: The Way of the Exploding Fist

Kung-Fu: The Way of the Exploding Fist

Commodore 64 - Released - July 15, 1985

This menacingly-titled beat 'em up was the first in many martial arts titles from Australia's Melbourne House. Sixteen different moves are on offer, ranging from standard kicks to jumps, somersaults and roundhouse kicks. The move executed each time is defined based on the character's direction, the joystick/keyboard positioning, and on whether the fire button is depressed, in a system which became standard on single-button control systems. To win each bout you must score 2 Yin-Yangs - a perfectly executed kick/punch scores a full one, whereas a less forceful contact offers half a point -...

Learn The Alphabet

Learn The Alphabet

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Show Perry the Penguin which letters to load onto the trucks. Then it's off to build the alphabet city. Here come the trucks for another load of letters! And that means you have a job to do. Perry the Penguin needs your help finding the matching letters. Climb with him to the letter loft where you can search through the alphabet. Do you need a capital letter or a small letter? Which truck should it go on? Each time you fill the trucks, they drive to the construction site and build more of the alphabet city. Learn the Alphabet starts with letter recognition games and then works up to...

Perry Mason: The Case of the Mandarin Murder

Perry Mason: The Case of the Mandarin Murder

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

The Case of the Mandarin Murder is a text adventure with graphics, based on the Perry Mason detective stories by Erle Stanley Gardner. A woman is in jail after her rich husband is found dead, and the skillful attorney Perry Mason must prove her innocence. The gameplay is influenced by Infocom's games in similar genre.

Rhymes & Riddles

Rhymes & Riddles

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Rhymes & Riddles is a letter-guessing game presented in three fun formats. The first game, Nursery Rhymes, asks the child to complete the lines of popular rhymes. The second game, Riddles, challenges children to guess the correct answers to clever riddles. And Famous Sayings lets your child have fun with familiar phrases. All of the games are accompanied by colorful graphics and lively music.

School Bus Driver

School Bus Driver

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

A Fisher-Price game teaching coordination, sound judgement and recall of details. School's in session! Little People everywhere have to rid the bus to class. It's your job to drive the Fisher-Price School Bus safely and carefully through the countryside on all sorts of different roads, picking up and dropping off the Little People as you go.

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