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Does anyone here know if Squish'em was ever released onto its own original cart? I have been looking for a long time to see if Squish'em was really ever released onto it's own original cart back in the day? I have never seen a picture of the cart, I know the ROM is out there and has made it onto some of the more modern multi carts. Does anyone have the original in their collection? If so can someone take a picture of the cart? I can imagine it looks like the other Sirius carts for the Vic - 20 line, but my theory is that it was never released. All of the lists out there has it as a release but don't have any information about it. I have the Mega cart and other ways to play it, but if it does exist I would love to see proof as I love that game and would love to buy one in the future. If it was not released does anyone know of a place that makes reproductions of Vic 20 carts or cart boards? I would love to get a cart made of that game even if its just a board that I have to place into a Sirius style case and make a unique label for it. Thank you all for your kind attention!
Well I built a RS232 SIO2pc and I couldn't be more excited! Now the sky is the limit for my 800xl. Problem is I'm totally ADD and now I want another project. I really enjoy building this stuff, and I'm wondering if there is a similar interface (around the same skill level) that I could build to emulate disk drives for my 99/4a or my Vic-20. If so could some one point me to some directions? I actually enjoy building these things more then I enjoy playing the games they give me access to. I need another weekend project hopefully a TI or Vic enthusiast can show me the way.
Revival Studios releases new game for the Commodore VIC-20 Revival Studios has started development and publishing for the unexpanded Commodore VIC-20 home computer. Their first release is a game called Avalanche. Avalanche is a fun action game people can just pickup and play. The player has to shoot the various gems that are falling down from the top of the screen. The gems are marked with symbols and the player has to match up the symbol of his ship with the symbol on the gems. The game will automatically increase in speed, but by strategically shooting gems you can align up to 5 gems in a row to gain points as well as slowing down the game for prolonged gameplay. Game Features: - Fast, flicker free, arcade gameplay - Gorgeous Multicolored graphics - Works on the unexpanded VIC-20 The game is available on Cassette tape and as digital download. - Casette Tape+Digital download = 7,99 euros - Digital Download = 3,99 euros For more information about the game, including screenshots and packaging photos, visit: http://vic20.revival-studios.com