Even if there aren't you might still find this game a nice time-killer.
It's just something simple i whipped up in a single morning.
Basically, select switch starts the game, you have to avoid the missiles by running around and dodging.
you start with 5,000 points, and every time a missile flies to the left edge of the screen, you get 50 points.
get 9900, and you advance to the next level.
you have to press the select switch to get to the next level, that way, it wouldn't drop you in unprepared.
pressing fire on player 2's joystick, drops player 2 in the game, and pressing fire on player 1's joystick drops player 2 out of the game.
on the select screen, the screen at the start of the game, and during advancing to every next level, you can press up or down on player 1's joystick, to change the background color.
the missiles fly faster every stage, but there is a point, where they go back to their slowest speed, and rise up again.
every time a missile hits you, or player 2, then your score goes down by 250 points.
if you hit 0, then you lose, and have to reset the game, with the reset switch.
the difficulty switches determine how fast overall, the missiles are, and can get.
left difficulty controls 1 missile, and right controls the other.
Player 1 is Pinkie Pie, Player 2 is Applejack
but enough talk, here's the game, and the box-art.
The box art, both main and top, comes in both 150, and 360 DPI.
I do not own Pinkie Pie, Applejack, or My little pony.
They're owned by Hasbro Inc, and I'm not making a profit off of this game, so they have no right to give me any cease and desist messages.
This game *SHOULD* run on real hardware too, as it's not only an unexpanded 4k, but also keeps under the cpu cycle limit.