My first video game obsession. I remember acting out the first level in a restaurant. I hung my silverware from my hands as vines and used a white sugar packet as the guy. I loved that game. I should mention I was 5 at the time...I'm not like that now. <cough>
|32 in 1 Game Cartridge|
$!#%#\?! How did nobody notice this box features Cooper Black Font lettering?
It even has the cheap crappy mishmash artwork typical of bootlegs!
The origin of this cart is very mysterious. <_<
Perhaps this cartridge was made by Bit Corp. in a special label. If so, this would be the original Karate. The only way to know for sure is to find the box.
This game should be fun, but it isn't. I haven't found a strategy, and it takes to long for the dice to change. It is creative, though.
I am suprised that this "Bermuda" hack plays and feels very different then the original game. This is how a pirate hack should be, like Tennis from Home Vision. Though, I'm not sure if the hack was created by SunScience or "Octopirate".
Interesting how the change from Sunteck to Suntek and Galactic to Galatic both involve the removal of a C. It may be a clue. Perhaps the programmers spoke a language prone to such mispellings?
This company... I wonder when their name changed from Sunteck to Suntek? This game is the first in their serial numbers.
This game doesn't scroll properly. Probably G stands for Games and RJP are a programmer's initials.
|River Raid II|
Who was the first pirate to call the original river raid the second one?