Assembloids 2600 is a fast paced reaction puzzler for the Atari 2600. The goal is to complete figures consisting of four colored pieces. The more uniform the color of a finished figure, the more points you score. But during all that the timer bar decreases faster and faster…
Continue reading “Assembloids 2600 for Atari VCS”
This game was realized in 4 KB to stay true to the original spirit of the early days.
SAFTS is a C64 foosball game for 1 or 2 players. The playfield utilizes 8 bars and the full number of players. To keep all dimensions as accurate as possible, the playfield ranges over the full screen with the bar handles and goals extending into the top/bottom and side borders. During the development process high value was set to skill based and also fluid gameplay in 50 fps.
Continue reading “SAFTS – Spin all 4 Table Soccer (compo) for C64”
Those of you who already played Caren can expect to experience numerous changes and additions. In fact not only the game mechanics but also its content change massively. We do not consider this an extension or add-on but a completely new game which will actually include a remake of the first part.
Continue reading “Project Caren 2 (working title)”
Do not worry, no spoilers ahead but we’ll say this much (without letting the head er… cat out of the bag), the game will be arranged into several chapters and we work hard on it becoming less linear that one might expect from an adventure game.
Caren is part of a skeleton crew, looking after the local science center during the vacation. She could have never anticipated how one gruesome discovery would turn a quiet workplace and her whole life upside down.
Help her discover the truth in this heavily praised point-and-click adventure game that harkens back to the golden era of the genre.
Continue reading “Caren and the Tangled Tentacles for C64”
Plunge into a captivating plot, solve diverse, satisfying puzzles and enjoy the Commodore 64’s audio-visual capabilities pushed to their very limits.
The Watara Supervision hit the market in 1992 and went down in history as a largely unsuccessful competitor to the Gameboy. Mobygames also lists only 66 games for the device, including Assembloids as the first homebrew production.