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MAH V1.0   [2015]

MAH V1.0 Released by :
Retream [web]

Release Date :
9 August 2015

Type :
C64 Game

Website :

User rating:*********_  9.4/10 (8 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... saimo of Retream
Music .... saimo of Retream
Graphics .... saimo of Retream
Design .... saimo of Retream
Docs .... saimo of Retream

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User Comment
Submitted by saimo on 12 August 2015
Now that a few days have passed, I've added some in-game screenshots from PHASE A and B. More will come, but gradually (I don't want to spoiling the fun of discovery to players) ;)
User Comment
Submitted by saimo on 12 August 2015

Sure, no worries! Your comment couldn't be interpreted negatively in any way :)


Thanks for blasting one of the misplaced comments... but is it possible to get rid of the other one, as well? (I'm referring to the top comment in the Summaries section, which was meant to be an answer here.)
User Comment
Submitted by Deev on 12 August 2015
Saimo: I certainly don't think that's a bad thing. Nice design and unusual gameplay is good for me!
User Comment
Submitted by saimo on 11 August 2015
Hey Deev, that's because MAH is different ;)
But don't be scared: once the basic concepts are understood, the rest grows naturally (and continuously - what is seen at the beginnig is just a fraction of all that the game has in store).
My warm suggestion is to alternate playing the game with reading the manual.
User Comment
Submitted by saimo on 11 August 2015

"had"? Not anymore? ;) Just kiddin' - thanks, Richard! Glad you like it. Keep on catchin' them icons!


A-ehm... What an idiot... By mistake I have put this comment twice in the "Summaries" section: could you delete them, please?
User Comment
Submitted by Deev on 11 August 2015
I'm still not entirely sure what's going on, but the presentation is really nice!
User Comment
Submitted by Richard on 10 August 2015
Great game, it had me hooked to it :)
User Comment
Submitted by saimo on 9 August 2015
I'm glad your first impression is positive, although the game is still obscure :)
The game is really deep, full of details, so it is not possible to sum it up in few words. Therefore, I have now put in the Summaries section the BASIC paragraph from the on-disk manual, which gives a general overview. To understand what happens in each phase, though, you'll need both to play the game and to refer to the manual - I guess that alternating the two is best way to go about it.
Once you start getting into rhythm, the pieces of the puzzle will fall in place. The game develops and reveals new surprises as you progress through the levels, so be ready to learn and adapt all the time ;)
User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 9 August 2015
fantastic! though in the game, I mostly have no idea what's going on/what I'm doing/supposed to do, it's big fun :)
User Comment
Submitted by Thierry on 9 August 2015
my bad :-) , try it again!
User Comment
Submitted by saimo on 9 August 2015

Thanks! Keep on playing, and you'll discover a lot more - the game develops through the levels, and you won't have seen it all until you've finished it ;)


That's not a bug: that represents the moment when you start cracking the system (think of the whole context given by the intro) - and a fancy way to let you enter your name ;)
User Comment
Submitted by Thierry on 9 August 2015
ps: true drive emulator , i try in real hardware
User Comment
Submitted by Thierry on 9 August 2015
Nice one! like it , but , bug here in vice 2.4 win 8.1

User Comment
Submitted by Ze Smasher on 8 August 2015
I've downloaded it, ran it, played it a little bit... it seems quite cool! congratz!
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