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#1 Conner_Bw

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Posted 07 February 2018 - 15:11

One the subway I saw someone playing NeoGeo on an iPad with an an IPEGA PG-9023. (I asked them to show me). I thought it was pretty cool.

 

In our household we still rock the Nintendo Wii and using Letterbomb I installed a Comodore 64 emulator on it.

 

Points of discussion:

 

* Can anyone recommend their favourite C64 games? I've got Forbidden Forest, Giana Sisters, Bubble Bobble, as well as several others but my memory is hazy. I kind of forget what I was playing back in the 80s. Like, I put Miner 2049er on there because I remember it but it's doesn't have a lot of fun value anymore?

 

* Game emulation, game nostalgia, hacks, etc.

 

 


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Posted 07 February 2018 - 15:30

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I used to love playing Werewolves of London on C64 :D

 



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Posted 07 February 2018 - 15:41

There is mame available for iOS. I had that installed, the installation though was using Cydia (jailbreak required) back then. But there also was some App Store emulator for neogeo afaik... There also is a very fine UAE amiga emulator, playing everything very nicely. I liked these c64 games: spy and spy, last ninja 3, impossible mission, katakis, r-type, archon, ik+, california games.



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Posted 07 February 2018 - 17:01

paradoid
elite
who dares wins
dig dug

rescue on fractalus

boulder dash
impossible mission

tron

galaxian
lode runner

ghost goblins
1942
impossible mission
fort apokalypse
choplifter
qbert

pitfall

timepilot

falconpatrol


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Posted 07 February 2018 - 17:29

my #1 c64 specific is ultimate wizard (may not translate, most of our fun prob was from the level editor which was unusual. good time sink on making levels, good pick up and play on platforming them. make your friends play your levels! maybe now is more like... make your kids make you play their levels! jeez, they prob volunteer to take out the trash or something... xD)

 

impossible mission (good when u get into it)

 

Ultima VI (good, more of an all nighter not a fun diversion for a few min)

 

Ultima IV (")

 

zork 1-3 (we did these on c64 and what they called pcjr. withOUT keyboard prob is no good, but worth playing it on whatever else. was a rly good game. good candidate for best early 80s game even with no graphics. fr.)

 

bruce lee (prob seems asinine now, i don't really know. was incredibly popular then and i remember it being fun back in the day. and at least highlights how non-revolutionary some later 'revolutionary' games rly were)

 

tbh alot of what made some of the games amazing depended on being able to pull the time and then pondering them later when you couldn't play, in retrospect. i think?

 

 

extra nostalgia explosion: is alot, nvm!

 

edit: yeah, need a keyboard for zork... was on c64, though

 

other edit: i forgot lode runner, guy up there ^ didn't.


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Posted 07 February 2018 - 18:53

Although not originally C64 games (Spectrum based) 'Manic Miner' springs to mind (when you mentioned Miner 2049er.)  Then of course the follow up 'Jet Set Willy' by Matthew Smith.  I liked Boulder Dash.  As for 'incredibly pointless silly trivia' concerning the version of 'Manic Miner' on the C64, there are different images floating around the net.  The last levels (levels 17,18,19 and 20) sit in ram underneath the basic rom area.  However on a few images you get either basic rom itself rather than the level data or no data at all.  So you end up with a corrupt game image and an unplayable game.  When you do land on a 'non-corrupt' image, further to this there does exist a bug in level 19 (Solar Power Generator) where you can jump and stay in thin air where there are no platforms...it makes completing the level very difficult if not impossible anyway.  Jeezz I feel this should be on Lemon64...or the flat earth thread.

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Screenshot: Miner Willy is standing in thin air (C64 version.)



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Posted 07 February 2018 - 19:01

currently dabbling in retroarch/libretro. dunno about the c64 support as the beast seems geared toward consoles, but it is nice to have all console emulators available in a joypad controlled environment - hook pc to tv, plug in usb joypad, game on. dunno about their c64 support, I only do console stuff. So nes snes gameboys sega n64 ps1, maybe some mame, I think they got neogeo emulators, too. If you want to play some games made for real shitty hardware, I recommend you the "atari 2600", is even below c64 level. Had one as a kid, might want to play some games again for 5 minutes and then skip back to the more colorful, more advanced emulations.



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Posted 08 February 2018 - 23:41

C64 is probably a bit before my time. I was born in the middle of the 80's from a coked out mom. I think it's cool you can play all your classic games on a smartphone. Once I tried playing some old school games and I sent it to my smart tv. I was using my phone like a remote. If only it was a little faster. You should try it.



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Posted 08 February 2018 - 23:51

...but beware it is a trap, it will eat all your time with no result but the time had passed...


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Posted 09 February 2018 - 06:00

For old school games :

 

All the Gradius games

Battle squadron

Salamander 2

 

Wipeout 2048 for psvita looks pretty cool for when psvita and the games get cheap second hand.

 

For a playstation1 emulator :

 

Einhander

G-darius

Image fight

R-types

Thunderforce


Edited by lettuce, 17 February 2018 - 19:07.

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