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Hi guys, please tell us your favourite 8-bit platformer, computer, arcade or console
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...good lord what an evil topic
super mario bros 1 or tmnt 1 not because they were my favorites those were the only ones i can remember on the nes
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This one is easy to answer: Super Mario 3.
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Syntesis wrote:This one is easy to answer: Super Mario 3.
Have to agree there best platformer ever imo.
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Chuckie Egg deserves a mention at this point.
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Bubble Bobble (c64) - almost perfect gaming when in two player mode.
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If I have to say only one then it's Soulless on the C64. Platforming doesn't get better on the c64. If this was before I discovered Soulless I'd have said Impossible Mission.
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Kirby's Adventure, for me. Since it was one of the last NES game, it really felt like they had pulled out all the stops. It almost felt like a culmination of everything the NES went through, highs and lows, for one final, showstopping game, and for that, even though I don't have much nostalgia for the NES, makes it my favorite 8-bit platformer. I also like it for being quite a bit harder than most Kirby games, which is something the series has never been GREAT at.
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I have a soft spot for Manic Miner. There was an amazing feeling of accomplishement when you finally cracked a previously unbeateable level and would wait with bated breath for the new one.
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Has to be Auf Wiedersehen Monty for me. I know the purists will say the first two were better, but I think they nailed it with that one. Cracking tune on the Speccy 128k version too.
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Super Mario Bros 3 all the way. Didnt play much else on the NES back then. I have to get that Warp Whistle every time just to hear it
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Probably Starquake on the 8 bit micros.
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Monster in Mayhem land on the C64. I really did enjoy this game, not only was the gameplay was good, but also the graphics were excellent for it's time. And I think at the 8 bit era the only game to have a 100% review if I remember correctly.
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Bruce Lee for the Atari 800XL
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