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Cracker in Space II [seuck]   [1989]

Cracker in Space II [seuck] Released by :
Finnish Gold

Release Date :
1989

Type :
C64 Game

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (4 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Chris Yates
  Finland Cracking Service of Finnish Gold
Music .... Rock of Finnish Gold
Graphics .... Finland Cracking Service of Finnish Gold
  Lemming of Finnish Gold
Design .... Finland Cracking Service of Finnish Gold
Idea .... Lemming of Finnish Gold
Ripping .... Lemming of Finnish Gold


SIDs used in this release :
Cracker in Space II(/MUSICIANS/R/Rock/Cracker_in_Space_II.sid)
Down(/MUSICIANS/R/Rock/Down.sid)
Popcorn(/MUSICIANS/R/Rock/Popcorn.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/29988/Cracker in Space 2.D64 (downloads: 969)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/151974/Cracker_in_Space_II.sid (downloads: 59)

Look for downloads on external sites:
 Pokefinder.org


User Comment
Submitted by PAL on 30 September 2016
very nice game tune Rock!
User Comment
Submitted by Rock on 30 September 2016
I uploaded the game tune. Enjoy :)
User Comment
Submitted by lemming on 7 March 2012
Mr.Mouse, first of all, the date of release was wrong in the entry: This game was released in 1989 and not 1988. (now corrected)
Second of all, I was not 8 years old then, I was 10 years old; not that it probably matters to you, but it's just a fact that I was a scener at an age when most of you were mainly doing stuff like trying to become girls by pushing your 'lil cocks inside your tummies. I got my first swapping contacts in 1987, at the age of 8, and both greets and credz can be found in several ancient Finnish demos like stuff from Jezebels related folks etc.
And certainly I've not even been the youngest dude to get into the scene. Look at folks like Conrad for example. Some people just get into some things at a younger age than some others...

And what I did here? Most of the ideas and ripping graphics. I am credited as 'Gonzo Weird' in the scroller if you bother to read it. You can read about that handle in my profile.

PS Apologizes for not noticing/responding to this earlier, you really should PM folks when you have doubts about their works :D
User Comment
Submitted by Mr. Mouse on 27 May 2011
Just what did Lemming do for this release, as he was 8 years old at the time according to the data. Not that it is not possible, but I wonder what he added, even if aided. He refers to The Deadline, but that was released in 1989 according to CSDb.
User Comment
Submitted by lemming on 10 February 2010
I suppose there's no special story to this, but I had been playing around with SEUCK for a long time and at one point asked FCS if he could make a version with support for hires-characters. As he finished it, he wanted to create his own shoot'em up with it and as I had ripped a ton of sprites from different games, the idea for a sequel to Cracker In Space came up. Just pure fun, done during a period of a couple of weeks after The Deadline was released.

User Comment
Submitted by d0c on 17 May 2007
its sure one of them better seuck games and with the front screen and high score saver it looks very proff done...
User Comment
Submitted by Morpheus on 17 May 2007
Yes, it was done in SEUCK, hence the credits for Chris. The whole menu was done by FCS though, and it just looks so good!
User Comment
Submitted by Stainless Steel on 4 November 2006
does anyone have a story to tell about this ? chris yates ? shoot em up ? seuck anyone ?

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