<Dragon Lord, as Dragon’s Breath in Europe, is a rpg action-strategy game published by Palace Software, LTD and Spotlight Software in 1990.
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>Browsing the excellent work that is done on TheGamesThat Werent-C64,
We highlight here 9 titles that deserve to be mentioned
as real diamonds in the roof.
We shall update info when we shall know more details
and upcoming news about them ,
so We offer you the best of The C64 Lost Games :
1) Abrakadabra(Creators – 2003) :
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The Sacred Armour of Antiriad is an action game published by Palace Software in September 1986 for the Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum home computers. In the USA, the game was published by Epyx as Rad Warrior. The original game came with a 16-page comic book created by graphic artist Dan Malone.
In 2086, civilization destroys itself in a nuclear Armageddon, as two factions who both develop an anti-radiation battlesuit completely immune to conventional weapons go to war against each other when diplomatic peace talks break down. In the following millennia, the survivors develop into a hardy but peaceful race, living a quiet agricultural existence.
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The evil sorcerer Drax desires Princess Mariana and has sworn to wreak an unspeakable doom on the people of the Jeweled City unless she is delivered to him.
However, he has agreed that if a champion can be found who is able to defeat his demonic guardians, the princess will be allowed to go free. All seems lost as champion after champion is defeated.
Then, from the forgotten wastelands of the North, comes an unknown barbarian, a mighty warrior, wielding his broadsword with deadly skill. Can he vanquish the forces of Darkness and free the Princess? Only you can say…
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The SEUCK Remakes Updated
Shoot’Em-Up Construction Kit (a.k.a. SEUCK) was a “construction kit” for the Commodore 64, Amiga and Atari ST created by Sensible Software and published by Outlaw (part of Palace Software) in 1987. It allowed the user to make simple shoot-em-ups by drawing sprites and backgrounds and edit attack patterns. The advertising promoted the Kit with the phrase “By the programmers of Wizball and Parallax“.
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