I don't understand the criticism of Resident Evil's controls.
Left = Turn left
Right = Turn right
Up = Walk forward
Down = Walk backward
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Hey, cool! That list is gonna come in usefull. I'm gonna try and get some of these (hopefully getting both the mags and discs). It's a shame there isn't an online archive of these and a bit about the bods that did them. Think it would make a nice feature in Retro Gamer also if it were possible to t...
Enter 68153461 for the level select. AND this one works because, despite what I said earlier, I HAVE got the game and just tried it. Forgot it was the Boulderdash clone. One of my faverourite games. :) Brilliant stuff! Looks like today is a Rocks 'n' Gems day! :lol: For the benefit of everyone else...
Was there ever a compilation disk with all these on? Be nice to have them without having to try and hunt down all the demo disks. To my knowledge there were two compilation demos with a collection of Yarzoe games, although not all of them were put on either compilation. The first compilation's demo...
Cheers! That's always been something that bugged me. I know that they also swamp you with warnings to only download the game if you have the original cartridge.Dudley wrote:Generally by being hosted in a non-treaty country.
Total Soccer. The programmer went to the trouble of including all Premiership and some first division teams with slightly changed names - think early Pro Evolution!SirClive wrote:there was a great Kick Off clone that I spent tquite a bit of time on. Can't remember the name tho.
It even had a training mode.
One of the few I played was a 3D version of Soko-ban (warehouse man) where you had to push the crates around... that was pretty good The name rings a bell, but the pushing of crates seemed to be something of a trend for Yaroze games! The two 'pushing' games that spring to mind are:- Pandora's Box: ...
No problemo. I remember the magazine reading, "...you'll never see this code again". Never thought it'd be so literal!stigodump wrote:Ah pish posh. Soz mate.
It was on a forum and thought it might be worth a go.
What's the likelyhood of introducing a few posters in Retro Gamer? I can tell already that some would call it a bit juvenile, but the whole idea of the magazine is re-living one's youth!
Just an idea
Just an idea