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Which re-imagined games are you looking forward to the most for the Amico?  Which ones that were not announced would you like to see them add to the list?

 

For me the announced games I'm looking forward to:

Astrosmash

Cloudy Mountain

Moon Patrol

Night Stalker

Asteroids

Demon Attack

Adventure

Yar's Revenge

 

One's I would like to see added to the list:

Treasure of Tarmin

Beamrider

Defender

Space Battle

Space Spartans

Thunder Castle

Tower of Doom

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For me Cloudy Mountain.

 

Treasures of Tarmin would probably be my next in line.

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Burgertime

Bump 'N Jump/Burnin' Rubber

Masters of the Universe (He-Man)

Horse Racing

Bomb Squad

B-17 Bomber

Biplanes (never played the original)

MLB Baseball (never played baseball on Intellivision)

Night Stalker

 

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Posted (edited)

Definitely Bomb Squad... that looks awesome.  Top of my list

 

Microsurgeon

Skiing

Battle Tanks

Biplanes

Nitro Auto Racing

Safe Cracker

Football

MLB Baseball

Night Stalker

 

 

Like to see:

B-17 Bomber

a fun Demolition Derby game

Burger Time!

Some kind of new version of Space Spartans

Battle Chess

More AD&D style games

Tron DD

and a slew of Arcade style games other than Break Out!

 

 

 

 

 

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I always forget about Safe Cracker. It seemed to have an interesting art style. It might be like Bomb Squad and really utilize the controller too.

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Posted (edited)

Cloudy Mountain by a mile.

 

Would like to see Tron Deadly Discs if they ever got the license. 

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8 hours ago, IntyFanMatt said:

Cloudy Mountain by a mile.

 

Would like to see Tron Deadly Discs if they ever got the license. 

I have no nostalgia for Tron, but do they really need the license? They could just make a Deadly Disc game. Kind of how they don't have the D&D license for Cloudy.

 

It would be nice to have the D&D license, but doesn't make or break it as a good game. The last Tecmo Bowl game didn't have actual NFL teams but was still a blast to play.

 

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3 hours ago, MrBeefy said:

I have no nostalgia for Tron, but do they really need the license? They could just make a Deadly Disc game. Kind of how they don't have the D&D license for Cloudy.

 

It would be nice to have the D&D license, but doesn't make or break it as a good game. The last Tecmo Bowl game didn't have actual NFL teams but was still a blast to play.

 

I agree, they could just do that, but I haven’t heard anything about it.

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Looking forward to:

BurgerTime

Cloudy Mountain

Night Stalker

Asteroids

Demon Attack

Microsurgeon

Beauty and the Beast

 

Would love to see:

Dracula

Truckin

Tron

He-Man

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Cloudy Mountain and Snafoo would be my top 2.  I still play those on my Intellivision from time to time. 

 

Demon Attack and Dragon Fire were 2 of my favorite TRS-80 Color Computer 2 games, so I'd be interested in those as well.

 

Also interested in seeing how these turn out:

BurgerTime - always loved the original, hope the reimagining is a better than Super Burger Time which didn't grab me the same way.

Burnin' Rubber (Bump n' Jump) - Colecovision version remains my favorite

Dracula - this was one of the games in my Grandfather's Intellivision collection, and so is another Intellivision game I have an attachment to.

Frogger - great game on any console, I remade my own version in Super Mario Maker 2 not long ago (along with a number of other games on this list!)

Kung Fu Master - loved the Arcade and NES versions, not so much the Commodore 64 version.

Lock n' Chase - another game in my Grandfather's collection that I was fond of

Miner 2049er - used to play this in my dentist's office on the Atari 2600 he had set up in the waiting room.

Missile Command - another of my favorite arcade games back in the day, and enjoyed the 2600 version as well.

Moon Patrol - another arcade favorite

 

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Cloudy Mountain looks genuinely great, as well as Night Stalker. I'd love to see a Lock 'n' Chase in the style of Pac-Man Champion Edition.

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AD&D, night stalker, utopia and auto racing. Those first two demos I saw of cloudy mountain and night stalker were awesome. The lighting and sounds in cloudy mountain and the music in night stalker are system sellers to someone like me. Maybe it doesn't take much but that's the stuff I want.

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9 minutes ago, Vyse said:

AD&D, night stalker, utopia and auto racing. Those first two demos I saw of cloudy mountain and night stalker were awesome. The lighting and sounds in cloudy mountain and the music in night stalker are system sellers to someone like me. Maybe it doesn't take much but that's the stuff I want.

Yeah more Cloudy!

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