Commodore 64 - Epyx Summer Games (1984)
A tribute to my favourite c64 game of all time - Summer Games by Epyx! As a kid growing up in the 80's, the commodore 64 was my first and favourite video game system - I will always remember some of the GREAT games on that system. Text from back of the game box: You're an Olympic athlete competing in eight key events at the SUMMER GAMES. How well can you score in track, swimming, diving, shooting, gymnastics and more? So realistic, there's even an opening ceremony and awards presentation after each event. Unluck other 'Olympic-Like' games, SUMMER GAMES has incredible realism, superb state-of-the-art graphics and sound effects, including nation anthems from eighteen countries, and true action-strategy game play. In each event you must plan and execute your game strategy in order to maximize your score. It's not just a matter of how fast you can move the joystick. So change into your running shoes, grab your joystick and GO FOR THE GOLD! - Opening Ceremony and Awards Ceremony - 8 Different Sports Events - Action and Strategy Elements in Each Event - Compete Against an Opponent or the Computer - Individual and Team Play - Joystick Controlled - One or more Players
Street Rod 2 (PC/DOS) 1990, California Dreams
Street Rod II: The Next Generation (PC)
Street Rod Gameplay and Ending (Longplay)
Here is a summarized story of the original Street Rod from 1989. Actual gameplay is a little long wherein you have to race from being a poor kid to being a car collector while monitoring the seasons in the calendar before springtime ends. It's a lot easier than its hair raising successor Street Rod 2. Super fun to play in the Amiga than its PC counterpart. Interesting vid with an attitude hope you enjoy Keywords: Hot Rod hotrod Supercharger classic cars 1950's 1960's Mulholland Drive 2 II III 3 NFS DSI Distinctive Software Inc. Accolade Carbon Most Wanted Grand Prix Circuit GT Gran Turismo Race Cycles Underground 2 3 4 5 6 High Stakes Brotherbund Stunts Desert Track Speed Super Nintendo Sega Genesis Megadrive Hard Drivin' Sony Playstation Saturn Evolution C64 Commodore Amiga Tandy computer PC Arcade Crazy Cars Titus Hot Run The Kris Hatlelid Year 1989 EGA VGA CGA Computer Street Supercars Super cars car redline redlining Outrun 2006 Coast to Top Gear 911 DOSbox Flatout Flat Out Testdrive TNFS NFSCheats TDU TD2 Viper Mopar Ford Motorcraft Chevy Chevrolet Mr. Goodwrench American Muscle General Motors GM Motor City Race California Dreams CPC Amstrad Sinclair Shelby Diner GT 500 pink slips Hot Pursuit Road Challenge Ford videogame games racing driving American Graffiti Culture
Aztec Challenge on a Commodore 64
Aztec Challenge © 1984 Cosmi Programmed by Paul Norman Hardware used: C64C and 1541-II floppy disk drive. Captured with Terratec Grabby.