QfC is a tile&turn-based-walk-to-the-exit puzzle game. This version is actually a remake of a QBasic (ugh...) game I made about 10 years ago, just like "Pallo". My creativity must have died at some point as I merely (re)implement these days.
If you make any new levels then please send them to me as ASCII via PM. Enjoy!
Post by expertsetup on Feb 15, 2008 13:24:38 GMT -5
Back for the new year I present a game that is licensed from the 200AD comic series. Nemesis the Warlock, the Death of Torquemada.
I got a copy of this game from my good friend back in 1988 and I was stunned by the violence of this game. It is a platform game with a sever hack & slash lean. The animation of enemy's getting killed is fantastic and well worth checking out.
The hand & heart in the lower left of the screen represents your health. When the hand crushes the heart, your done. There is a number under the hand that represents how many kills you must make before you can leave the screen. You might have to stack some corpses up to climb up them and get off the screen!
Basically I would say this game is the violence equivalent in the 1980's to quake of the 1990's.
Also I debated for a long time about converting the trainer on this game to use the hummers buttons. In the end I decided against the trainers but I will ask my fellow hummer users, if these games have trainers, should I also convert the trainers for the hummers buttons? If I do then I will not release as many games (more work for me), Feedback?
The last item of mention is the title music of this game, it's from Rob Hubbard and I am sure everyone knows that means it rocks!
Well here is a new game for a new month. Gyroscope!, it works on NTSC but is a PAL game so there is a bit of flicker when the screen is scrolling, it's not so bad and is still quite playable. I thought this was a fun game and spent some time playing it as a youth. It gets mixed reviews on Lemons site but I think it's worth playing. The music while simple is interesting. The melody is both propulsive and melancholy, despite it's short verse I dont seem to get burned out on the tune. I guess thats a sign of a good hook
Keyboard input for play is still available but it has new buttons for start and to select key/joy that will allow play without a keyboard. You will need the additional Hummer buttons B1 & B2 for this game.