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  1. LactobacillusPrime

    Checking out Armalyte (PC) (HD)

    Armalyte is very nice shoot 'em up video game developed by Cyberdyne Systems much in the style of Gradius with similar weapons upgrade features and large end-of-level Bosses. Armalyte was released for the Commodore 64 by Thalamus Ltd. There also was an Armalyte game out on the Amiga and the Atari ST but that was done by another company called Arc Development. Armalyte is actuallt the sequel to an earlier side scrolling shmup called 'Delta' but this first game was developed by a different team. So it's actually quite funny when you think about all these related games being developed by different teams and different developers even. Is it a good game, heck yeah! Gold Medal in issue 46 of Zzap!64 magazine, with an overall rating of 97%. This PC version done by http://www.psytronik.net is a masterpeace as it really captures the feel and gameplay of the C64 original yet with enhanced graphics and a great soundtrack. Kudos to the creator(s) at Psytronik. I would give this shmup an overall rating of 97% as well as it is still very playable and has 'upgraded' to PC quite well.
  2. Minestorm (C64) A very nice shmup, originating on the Vectrex and this is a homebrew remake on the C64. Very enjoyable.
  3. In this video I check out a ZX Spectrum port of a Videopac/Odyssey 2 game called Attack of the Timelord / Terrahawks. It's a fun shooter that I demonstrated a while ago in one of my videos. Only just discovered that a Spectrum port exists. You can find more information about it here: http://www.indieretronews.com/2014/07/terrahawks-videopac-homebrew-release.html
  4. Bob Harris created the original Killer Bees arcade games in 1983 and this has been ported over to the ZX Spectrum by World of Spectrum forum member gazj82 and it has been done so to quite a high standard. Kudos for creating this game Gazj82! The game has been released online for free in .TAP format - ready for any ZX Spectrum emulator or the compactflash ready DivIDE device. Go check it out! This video (jumped to 1:19) shows me playing the original game on the videopac machine https://youtu.be/OYYRIijy-UI?t=1m19s
  5. This is a mix of BreamRider, Defender, Galaga, Gyruss combined and I love it. This is a recent 2600 homebrew port that is very good. You can obtain this game over at Atari Age where it is available in both PAL60 and NTSC flavours, a link to the page can be found here: https://atariage.com/store/index.php?l=product_detail&p=894
  6. LactobacillusPrime

    Mark Plays... Time Pilot (Homebrew)(Atari 800)

    In honor of Shmup Saturday here's my quick and dirty offering of a new Atari 8bit homebrew port of Time Pilot. Originally part of a competition it can be found here: http://www.vintageisthenewold.com/time-pilot-after-35-years-the-atari-8-bit-computers-get-an-awesome-port/