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Yet another directory containing games written mainly in machine language for the Commodore 264 series. Games in this directory have been successfully tested on an unexpanded C16.

Files

Autobahn.prg 1998-03-08 12289
Horizontally scrolling car driving "simulation". Joystick seems to work in port one.
Commando.prg 1998-03-06 12289
Shoot 'em before they shoot you. Joystick works in port two.
Diagon.prg 1998-03-06 12289
Typical "if it moves, shoot it". Joystick required.
Grandmaster.lnx 1998-03-06 20163
Chess game with German instructions. Type in the board coordinates of your move (e.g. E2E4) and press RETURN. Doesn't seem to have joystick control.
Gunslinger.prg 1998-03-06 12290
Shoot 'em before they shoot you. Joystick seems to work in port one.
Invaders.prg 1998-03-06 6259
Rather poor Space Invaders clone. Joystick required.
Kung-fu kid.prg 1998-03-08 12289
Joystick seems to work in port one.
Monster hunter 5.prg 1998-03-08 11530
Shoot 'em before they eat you. Joystick works in port one.
Mr. Puniverse.prg 1998-03-06 12288
Jump and run around the maze. Joystick seems to work in port two.
Pacmania.prg 1998-03-06 12289
Quite good Pacman clone. Keyboard controls A, Z, , HELP. Joystick seems to work in port one.
Rockman II.prg 1998-03-06 11266
Seems to be some kind of Boulder Dash clone. Keyboard controls Z, X, ";" and "/". Joystick works in port two.
Skateboard.prg 1998-03-06 8993
"A flying skateboard". ;-) Joystick seems to work in port two.
Space sweep.prg 1998-03-06 12278
Horizontally scrolling space flight "simulation". Keyboard controls C=, SHIFT, ";" and "/". Joystick seems to work in port two.
Sword.prg 1998-03-08 8963
"Sword of destiny". Joystick seems to work in port two.
Vox.prg 1998-03-06 12289
Again, shoot everything that moves, before they destroy you. Keyboard controls redefineable. Joystick works in both ports.
War.prg 1998-03-06 12257
Almost standard shoot'em'up. Joystick seems to work in port two.
Water GP.prg 1998-03-06 12230
"Water Grandprix". Keyboard controls Z, X, ";" and "/". Joystick seems to work in port two.

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