Wasn't Magic Pockets 16 bit only (ie PC/Amiga/ST)?
Way of the exploding fist
Snowball Sunday (I like the music, the SID was excellent).
I'm getting this just for the joystick - they were awesome sticks, and I think they were only surpassed by the original Atari stick.
Did anyone ever own those old Catridges for the 64? Badlands and Football was mine.
Ahhhh Magicland Dizzy on the Atari ST
If we're gonna move on to 16bit reminensing then I'm gonna club your ST to death with my Miggy and mention classic such as...
Moonstone, Flashback, Pushover, Xenon and Lotus Esprit Turbo Challenge (although I may have had that last one one the CPC now I come to think of it).
If you want to talk in game music Xenon II on the Miggy was pretty good.
Last edited by BJG; 12th February 2010 at 02:39 PM.
Never had a Commodore 64, my parents got me a Spectrum ZX+ though, still ran on tapes and has awesome games like Paperboy, Outrun, Jet Fighter and my personal favourite "Colin the Cleaner" which was a logical-puzzle game.
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDo_rQsMU_0"]YouTube- Colin The Cleaner (Sinclair ZX Spectrum) (1987)[/ame]
Sadly my Spectrum ZX+ stopped working when I decided to take it to pieces to find out how it worked........ still, I was only 4 at the time so I forgive myself
Old games like these though just prove that you can have all the flashy 3D graphics you want, but they don't make a good game on their own.
[ame=http://www.amazon.co.uk/Commodore-64-Plug-Play-Games/dp/B000701CSM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=videogames&qid=1265989129&sr= 8-1]Commodore 64 - Plug n Play TV Games: Amazon.co.uk: PC & Video Games[/ame]
Much simpler - just plug it into your TV
Sinclair Spectrum & The Lords of Midnight, anyone?
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