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Travel to the center of the earth, based on the book by Jules Verne has seen two games made on Amstrad CPC :
- Viaje Al Centro De La Tierra by Topo Soft, a video by Retro Danuart, an action game released in 1989 with 3 independants levels
- Voyage au Centre de la Terre by Chip, video by Amstrad Maniaque, an action game released in 1988
SuTeKH (Epyteor) wrote a remix of the Target Renegade music from the C64 game, available on John Gage's Youtube channel.
Lode runner Legacy is waiting for your vote on Steam Greenlight.
You maybe know Infernal Runner, but the original Lode Runner was also on Amstrad CPC after the Apple II whic was the first platform (by Douglas E. Smith : 1960-2014).
Lode runner Legacy by Tozai Games is a voxel 3D version. You can create your own levels, modify the character, ennemies, objects. There is a solo adventure axed on reflexion without ennemies. You can also play to the 150 originals levels with Apple 2 graphics (with a small 3D), or even played to new levels created by other players.
Pentominbo by Markus Macherey (Shining) is available as announced as a download.
And a few minutes after, it's the turn of Metr81 for a longplay video of El Tesoro de Cuauhtemoc.
The Amstrad CPC 464 tape version of Ghostbusters has an ugly bug at the end of the game. And they are other bugs earlier : flickering, lack of on-screen activity, slowdown. But it is possible to avoid the bug if you choose the PK energy detector as the first object when you equip your car. Take another object, and you will get the bug.
Today, he is working on Pentomino, a reflexion game of course.
In this 64 Kb Amstrad CPC game, there are no less than 464 levels of puzzles with several songs to listen to. After seing the video, you will really have to use your brain in turbo mode to solve them all... It will be available for Easter.
Battle Princess Madelyn by Causal Bit Games is more a remake of Ghouls 'n Ghosts than Sigi, nice looking too. It will available at the end of this year normally for PC (Steam) and cosoles (Nintendo Wii U, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch).
Xyphoe is playing Galaxy Force, a Sega arcade game in 1988, converted on Amstrad CPC in 1989. You knows After Burner, then warp it in the future with aliens and you get Galaxy Force, a shoot them up which is a good port of the arcade game. Xyhpoe tests first the arcade game then starting 7 minutes 6 seconds the Amstrad CPC version.
The colors of the Amstrad CPC loading screen are really those just below...
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