I didn't think Jeff ported AMC to the Atari until 1985? Unless I'm mistaken here... I recall reviews here from 1985 of the game. And it wasn't hard to get a better version of Buck Rogers, it's utterly crap on the C64Allas wrote:Until 1984 Atari produced a lot of games, most of them quality portings, over the C64 versions. As: Frogger, all the family Pacman, Twerps, Astrochase, Bandits!, Choplifter, Galaxian, Microprose flight simulators, Seawolf, Attack of the mutant Camels, Lucasfilm titles, Bristles, Buck Rogers, Donkey Kong family, Flip and Flop, Activision titles, Rally Speedway, Montezuma, Space Shuttle, Wavy Navy, Decathlon, Dropzone, Flak, Frogger 2, Hero, Seven cities of Gold,....... a lot more.
And even more, arcade conversions didn't exist in C64 before 1984 as Space Invaders, Blue Print, Dig Dug, Kangaroo, Capture the flag!, Alley cat, Encounter, Joust, Jungle Hunt, Pole Position, Tennis, Defender, Last Starfighter, ..... a lot more
And Blue Print did exist on the C64 in 1983, it was a Commodore own conversion licensed from Bally Midway.
There were plenty of very good C64 titles from the 82-84 region... though I only have to mention Impossible Mission which trumps EVERY single Atari game you've already mentioned heh...