Hello. Please make a version that would work on a Commodore 64, VICE emulator, C64 Mini, or all 3.
A downloadable game for Windows
-Play using keyboard or joypad;
- CRT effect perfect for a retrogame feeling available;
- Five different zones (forest, ruins, castle...) More than 50 screens to complete in old style pixel art;
- 5 dangerous bosses;
- Intro and ending pixel art illustrations;
- Best score;
- Original Ost, 5 tracks by Gianluca Pappalardo, 1 special track by Daniele Coppola.
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Just a question for my game review article. I play steam version, have any checkpoint, saveing point? Or one game - one life? :D I die after 2. boss +3 map, or im just curious, how much stage left.
No savestate or checkpoint, as usual in c64 Platform (or arcade) games :D. There are 8 stages+boss each map, 5 maps, but last map is a bit different more stages and the castle is a labirint (you need to find the right path to reach the final boss). Try harder, is not so complicated complete it ;) if you want to complete it before the review release i can tell you in pvt message a secret cheat.
tottaly origanal ............................................................................ ;)
Thank you Cartwright, really happy about this! I shared your post on Google plus and twitter!
Wish I could play it, it looks SUPER cool and fun!!!
I'd like to play it but I have Ubuntu, does it work with Wine? Or are you planning to develop a Linux version perhaps?
Sadly no Linux version available, but some people used Windows emulators to run it under Mac, you can try and buy it, if it does'nt work i'll do a total refund of course.
Thank you so much!
I bought the game just a moment ago and it works flawless with Wine under Ubuntu 16.04 (64-bit), just to say :)
Being a man who grew up with this kind of games, i totally love it! It captures perfectly the feel and gameplay of the era. Thanks for the trip, Oscar.