Last updated on October 24th, 2023 at 09:36 am
The remake of an old 8-bit game of ZX-Spectrum and other older computers, but it has a lot of new graphic and visual and sound effects.
West Bank is a Commodore 64 game that was released in 1986. It is a port of the arcade coin-op game “Bank Panic” from SEGA in 1984.
In West Bank, you play the role of a bank clerk in the wild west. Your objective is to collect money from all 12 doors to move on to the next level. Every now and then, you get a tense stand-off scene with three enemies, and you must wait until they draw their guns before shooting them. The game is a clone of Bank Panic, but it is a pretty good one.
The game is easy to play, and you only need three keys to play, one for each door. The graphics are simple but effective, and the sound effects are good. The game is challenging, and it requires quick reflexes and good timing to succeed. The stand-off scenes add an extra layer of tension to the game, and they are a nice touch.
West Bank is a fun and entertaining game that is worth playing. It is a good example of a simple but effective game that is easy to pick up and play.
- PC 200 MHz+
- 64MB RAM