Little Monkey Lost – 2005-09-25
This game sure looked great in 1988 (only the Amiga version), but it still looks cool. I recommend this game for anybody who likes “techno-sci-fi-romantics”. The corridors of the spaceship and enemies are very nice looking and fascinating. You will find many different looking areas and heaps of new enemies if you explore the whole ship. Controls are not so horrible. You get used to them in a couple of minutes. There are no any terrible bugs that kill your hero like in the predecessor game, Barbarian. The remaining problem is a terrible animation but it does not ruin the game altogether. The soundtrack by David Whittaker is one of the greatest Amiga anthems ever!! Recommended for anybody who likes arcade adventures or cool sci-fi graphics. I played this when I was seven years old and the game was challenging to finish then, but I guess that for better player it would take just a couple of hours to complete.
|Download:||Super Obliteration (Windows)|
|Download:||Super Obliteration (Mac)|
This is a simple game – destroy all the rocks (which split) on each level before the timer runs out. Collect power-ups (or avoid bad ones) for different weapons, faster or slower shots, shield, etc.
Large Rock = 1,000 points
Smaller Rock = 500 points
Even Smaller Rock = 250 points
Smallest Rock = 100 points
Diamond = 250 points
There are four control methods available so try to choose the one that works best for you.
* Mouse Aim and Keyboard
* Keyboard Only (using aim lock)
* Joypad Control (using aim lock)
* Dual Analogue Joypad
To send your high scores to the online board, go to the high scores screen and click on the sync button. Please ensure that you allow the program access through any firewall you may have in place.
v1.02 – Dual Analogue deadzone adjustments.
v1.01 – Extra Lives code fixed (Thanks STompy!)
The original game is (c) 1993 David Papworth
Remake Coding: Andrew Pointon (aka The Caffeine Kid)
Remake Music: o0Infamous0o (c) 2007