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Mad Crasher is an isometric arcade racing game where you can also shoot enemies that are in your way. With its heavy emphasis on jumping, it’ll be an interesting one for only a single credit.
Blaster is an arcade game developed by Eugene Jarvis and released by Williams in 1983. The game is a 3D shooter set in outer space and is a quasi-sequel to Robotron: 2084. The question is, how will I do on … Continue reading
Liquid Kids is a Taito arcade game released in 1990, looking like a mix of Bubble Bobble and Mr. Gimmick. How far will I get this time before I meet my untimely demise?
Hopper Robo is a platform arcade game, which was released by Sega in 1983. The player must use a two-way joystick to take up control of a robot and a single button to make him jump. Will I be able … Continue reading
This is Exerion an arcade game from 1983. As this is a Single Credit Review, I am playing this game with no research or practice. Enjoy as I likely get slaughtered!
1981 – Zenitone Microsec Ltd From the look of it, Invader’s Revenge looks like a simple Space Invaders clone. However, simply watching the looping intro screen you can see that the ship can accelerate to the top of the screen. The color … Continue reading
2015 – GreetingCarts Beerslinger is a homebrew NES game released in 2015 by GreetingCarts, who also made the homebrew game Blow ‘Em Out released in 2014. This time the holiday is Saint Patty’s Day and what better way to celebrate than slinging some beer? … Continue reading
1995 Biguest & 1996 Banpresto Standard top down shmup based on the Macross anime series. There is no auto fire but holding charges a homing rocket attack that can also attack ground enemies more efficiently. The game offers 3 different … Continue reading