Voodoo nightmare

Boots Barker is minding his own business while in a private plane flying over the Congo when someone suddenly throws him out of the plane. Lucky for you you had a parachute on and landed safely but you did knock yourself unconsious. When you…

Hunter patrol

Back in the beginning of videogames there were already plenty of shoot'em ups available as the genre lends itself well to the arcadestyle gameplay that was the norm for those days. Shooters were mostly vertical or horizontal scrollers but some…

Zombie apocalypse

Zombie apocalypse was released into the public domain right from the start. It features a lone warrior (you) in a post apocalyptic world and you're up against a neverending horde of zombies out to get you. Kill a set number of zombies to get…

Vindicator, the

Back in the early days of gaming it wasn't uncommon for games to have different kinds of gameplay for each level. The games that used this formula the most were games that had a movie license and they tried to relfect some key moments in the…

Myth - history in the making

Myth - history in the making caused quite a stir back when it was released for the C64 as system 3 were pretty well known back in those days. It featured lifelike character movement and graphics pushing the limits of the hardware. You play the…

Up 'n Down

Once in a while I come across a game in my collection that I have never played before, you never know what to expect as it can turn out to be a total waste of time or if you're lucky it turns out to be a gem. Up'n down falls in the latter category…

Bruce Lee

If you haven't heard of Bruce Lee you've probably been living in the bushes for the past few decades. Known as one of the most influentual martial artists even today ofcourse he would have his own game simply known as Bruce Lee. The object…

Xevious

Xevious was first released in the arcades back in 1982 and the most innovative feature it had was the fact that you had different weapons for ground and air attacks. This gave a whole new dimension as you had to keep track of two different types…

High noon

In the earliest days of computer and videogames you didn't need an elaborate plot or fancy graphics to reel in the players, it was all a simple you shoot them or you collect this type of game. High noon is just such a game and the point of it…

Qwak

Qwak is a rather strange name for a game and even if you consider that you play a duck it's still strange why you would name it like that. Anyways qwak is an action/puzzle game where you have to guide a duck to collect all the keys on a level…