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Found 11 results

  1. DoctorSpuds

    Berzerk (Atari)

    From the album: My Collection

  2. Hi. I have a complete Vectrex game Berzerk for sale, it is in very nice condition, box is not much worn, stiff and just a bit torn on edges, manual has a bit dirty first page, cartridge is very clean and preserved such as the cartridge tray insert. Overlay has a surface scratches but not deep and not affecting play. Overlay sleeve is original but worn at opening. The price is 45€ with postage included to EU, or 55$ with postage included to the rest of the world. Send me a message is you are interested.
  3. (I wasn't sure where I should post this, so correct me if I posted in the wrong thread.) Killer Clowns now available Steam!!! Killer Clowns is an electrifying combination of the arcade classic: Berzerk, and the cult classic film: Killer Klowns From Outer Space. With touches of elements from some of our favorite games like Dead Space and Super Smash TV, Killer Clowns is a tough-as-nails arcade experience from outta this world. Set in the distant future, Earth struggles for survival due to a shortage of resources. The Planetary Resource Importation Corporation vows to find a future for mankind. Hoping to discover planets rich with useful resources the Andromeda and its crew set to the stars. But rather than salvation, they found a circus from hell. Gameplay in Killer Clowns is very similar to Berzerk but with touches of more modern mechanics and ideas inspired by various other favorite retro games of ours. Players must carefully navigate their Cosmonaut through the labyrinth of a space station infested with mutated killer clowns to escape their imminent demise. As if that wasn't enough, the stations security system has been tripped and all of the walls have become electrified! Players will need to divert focus to both the positioning of their Cosmonaut and of the various bozos lurking around the corner. All you have to rely on is your wits and trusty blaster. KILLER CLOWNS FEATURES Addictive maze shooter gameplay! Fast paced action! Local Coop and Deathmatch! A brutal soundtrack by Dance With The Dead! A shocking experience with lots of freaky Clowns! Killer Clowns is sort of a passion project of ours. The Idea came to be when we were about 8 years old, my brother and I were talking with our cousin Ronald about the movie Killer Klowns from outer space when Ron mentioned how cool of a game that movie could make, and we spent a good portion of our day coming up with what we thought were awesome game designs. Little to say the game is a tad different than our original (8 year old) brainchild. But we like to think it turned out much better than we could have ever imagined. Side note: We disabled the fog you see in the trailer due to popular demand. (but it is in the options menu) Side side note: The Killer Clowns comic is nearly finished...follow us on facebook or twitter for updates, we will be releasing it for free on our website soon! Sincerely, Ettinsoft dev team Killer Clowns Steam page: Steam Ettinsoft website: Ettinsoft.com Killer Clowns Wikia page: Killer-clowns.fandom.com Killer Clowns Giant Bomb wiki: Giantbomb.com Killer Clowns launch trailer
  4. nicknickuk

    IMG 0717(1)

    From the album: Raspberry Pi Custom Atari case designs

    My Raspberry Pi case inspired by Atari the 2600 Berzerk cartridge. Black plastic case and I used Paint Shop Pro to design labels for Berzerk which the end result has a very good resemblance to an Atari 2600 cartridge. This looks amazing in the flesh.
  5. nicknickuk

    IMG 0716

    From the album: Raspberry Pi Custom Atari case designs

    My Raspberry Pi case inspired by Atari the 2600 Berzerk cartridge. Black plastic case and I used Paint Shop Pro to design labels for Berzerk which the end result has a very good resemblance to an Atari 2600 cartridge. This looks amazing in the flesh.
  6. Hi all, This is my first post on AtariAge. I created a version of Berzerk with diagonal shots. This has been done previously by Dennis Debro. This version is based on his disassembly, and I borrowed and learned a lot from his hack. Debro's hack, as I understand it, works by extending the robots' "missile box," which has to do with how close the player must be to the robot before the robot fires, both in the horizontal and vertical directions. Extending this makes it possible for the player to be close enough in both directions, even from a good distance away. In that case, a diagonal shot can be fired. (Debro also added code to combine the two missile directions.) This code is quite interesting and educational, but the actual game play is still disappointing. The robots very rarely fire diagonal shots. In addition, increasing the missile box makes the robots dumber, so that they often fire wild shots that are not even close to the player. Since only one robot can fire at a time, this ends up making the game easier. I wanted to make the game harder! Specifically, I wanted to stick to the original algorithm and only fire diagonal shots when normal shots would not be fired. However, this would seem to require a separate routine to compute diagonal shots that doesn't rely on the original missile box, and there is not enough space on the 4K ROM for such a large amount of code. So my solution was to add such a routine to a second bank, making an 8K ROM. Even then, it was hard to squeeze in enough code just for entering and leaving this second bank, but I finally managed. Debro's marking of unnecessary bytes in the original ROM was very helpful for this. Anyway, here is the modified assembly and binary. The robots do frequently fire diagonal shots, and the game is harder! I'll let you decide how much harder. This hack only includes the diagonal shots. It does not include the other changes that Debro made in his hack. Debro's original disassembly and hack can both be found at: http://www.bjars.com/disassemblies.html berzerk_dshots_johne_mar_16_2019.asm berzerk_dshots_johne_mar_16_2019.bin
  7. Frenzy invented the skeleton robot two years before The Terminator, and 5 years after Star Wars introduced C3PO and R2D2 (see lower right of the picture). The premise is that somehow Han Solo stole a farmer's outfit from Tatooine and got stuck in a maze. The manual (colecovision) identifies Han Solo as only a "commando."
  8. I just came to the conclusion that 5200 Berzerk is worth owning this system for. It is really tough -- sometimes I can't break 2,000! The speech really makes this version special -- I do freak out a little bit knowing that Otto could be coming from any direction. The pause just makes it more suspenseful. If you've got Berzerk, break it out along with a digital joystick if you have one.
  9. Other than Asteroids, I really can't think of many other games that I played obsessively than Berzerk. I spent many hours playing this game and to be honest, I still do it on occasion. It's just one of those games that are simply timeless and fun.
  10. From the album: RetroIndieGamer's classic games collection

    These are games I have that are made by Atari and based on arcade titles. From left to right, top to bottom, we have Combat, Pole Position, Kangaroo, Combat again, Defender, Battlezone, Berzerk, Centipede, Missle Command, Asteroids (in it's tele-games form), Breakout, and Pac-man. My favorite in this collection is probably Berzerk.

    © Retro Indie Gamer 2013

  11. I've made this Paper Foldable paper toy based on the Atari game, BERZERK. You can choose your robot colour, download the template and make it here: www.paperfoldables.com/berzerk2600.html Love, Bryan. www.paperfoldables.com
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