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Snake on a Plane   [2010]

Snake on a Plane Released by :
Snake Oil Software

Release Date :
6 August 2010

Type :
C64 Game

AKA :
SOAP

Released At :
Connected 1

User rating:********__  7.5/10 (9 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Ned Ryker of Snake Oil Software
Music .... Antony Crowther
  Ben Daglish
Graphics .... Ned Ryker of Snake Oil Software
Charset .... Ned Ryker of Snake Oil Software


SIDs used in this release :
Jack the Nipper(/MUSICIANS/D/Daglish_Ben/Jack_the_Nipper.sid)
W.E.M.U.S.I.C. 1(/MUSICIANS/D/Daglish_Ben/W_E_M_U_S_I_C_1.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/90732/Snake_on_a_plane.d64 (downloads: 651)

Look for downloads on external sites:
 Pokefinder.org


User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 27 October 2011
P L E A S E don't bother downloading this one anymore, there's is a newer bug- & NTSC-fix version with various other features here:
Snake on a Plane V1.1 [pal/ntsc]

User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 12 August 2010
@grennouille: Thank you for the feedback. Sorry, though I roughly know the difference between PAL and NTSC, I've no idea what to change in order to code NTSC-friendly. - Is it possible at all to make code work with PAL and NTSC if you use $d012? I don't even have an NTSC machine, living on the PAL-side of the 'big pond'. Of course there is the possibility to emulate NTSC. But there are so many NTSC-Fixers here, if anyone of them wants to release an NTSC fix of this and is in need of any information or source code, I'd be glad to provide such.
User Comment
Submitted by grennouille on 8 August 2010
A good little game but sadly not ntsc friendly
User Comment
Submitted by Fredrik on 6 August 2010
My tunes are not so good, but i mean, there are really good composers out there. Ask them :)
And again. Hubbard and Ben rules.Thats it.
Nice game this!
User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 6 August 2010
@Fredrik: Thx. Of course yer right with respect to new composers. But this time I wanted it to be just as oldskewl as it is. Last release of mine worth mentioning contained Hubbard, this time it was Ben's turn. I always thought it was a pity that WEMUSIC was not used in a game. And I love that Jack the Nipper Tune though the game is not really my cup of tea.

Maybe I'll browse yer SIDs next time and ask whether I may take a tune or two. I remember there were quite a few of which I already told you they might be used in a game.
User Comment
Submitted by Fredrik on 6 August 2010
Have just tried this on my c64 and its fun!
Good work lads!
ANY new game deserve a new composed tune for it. Any composer would have been honoured to do a tune for this.
Ben did awesome tunes, but i mean. there are so many composers out there.
No, i did not say this because i compose. There are much talent out there.



User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 6 August 2010
Thx for the feedback, everybody. If it just made a few ppl smile, it was worth the effort. :)
User Comment
Submitted by The Shadow on 6 August 2010
Momentum is rolling in the scene. New games are emerging at a gradually increasing pace. Very Good :)
User Comment
Submitted by Richard on 6 August 2010
Good fun :)
User Comment
Submitted by NecroPolo on 6 August 2010
I really like snake games, wicked Ben Daglish tunes, old-school style and straight-to-the point designs.

I've enjoyed it quite much, man! Very good stuff, reminding me of good old times :)
User Comment
Submitted by Skate on 6 August 2010
just finished the game.
score: 271720

it was fun but controls are a little bit rough and flickering score is disturbing. still it was fun to play, thanks.
User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 6 August 2010
Well, sorry for the delay! But I did not want to put a 60 or 80% release on the net, because I know that I'd never finish it then. This version is rather 110% in comparison with the party version.

Have fun
TheRyk
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