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Alien 8   [2019]

Alien 8 Released by :
Rod & Emu

Release Date :
8 November 2019

Type :
C64 Game

Videosystem: any

User rating:**********  10/10 (15 votes)   See votestatistics
**********  10/10 (6 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Code .... Emu of Rod & Emu
Music .... Saul Cross of RGCD
Graphics .... STE'86

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/190604/Alien_8_C64.zip (downloads: 662)

Look for downloads on external sites:
 Pokefinder.org


User Comment
Submitted by emu on 9 November 2019
New quick fix version available here:

Alien 8 V1.10

There was a problem where the game might lock-up if in-game music was switched on. Fixed in this new version linked above.
User Comment
Submitted by G-Force on 9 November 2019
Superb job.(:-)
User Comment
Submitted by Yogibear on 9 November 2019
Good work guys!
User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 8 November 2019
Another fab conversion! Yes! <3
User Comment
Submitted by emu on 8 November 2019
Alien 8 for the C64 is now available for download.

Many thanks to Mariusz for the Re-Complier, optimisations and help. Saul for the music and STE for the loading picture.

This completes of task of converting the Ultimate Filmation games to the C64.

The performance of the game is very good and in line with the other 8 bit versions released in the 80’s and faster than most of them.
Play it on a C128 in C64 mode and it’s the fastest of them all.

The "Lock Maximum Game Speed" option is defaulted to On when run on a C128 or accelerated machine as the game would run too fast otherwise.
This can be adjusted in the Front Ends config screen.

Features include:

- PAL and NTSC compatible.
- Super CPU and Turbo Chameleon compatible and speed enhanced.
- 25% speed increase if played on a C128 in C64 mode.
- Second fire button of the C64GS joystick can be used for pick/drop in directional mode.
- Complete conversion from the original Spectrum Z80 source code with all the features included, nothing is missing.
- In-Game music option.
- Keyboard and joystick control in the main game menu.
- Lots of cheats and configuration options that can be saved to disk from the front end.
- New SID Music by Saul Cross.
- New loading Picture by STE and also the original Spectrum loading picture in the front end. The loading picture stays visible on the screen while the game de-compresses.
- Disk, tape and cartridge versions included.
- 3 Versions included in the Disk archive: 1) The full Game including the front end. 2) Game only without front end, uses default settings only. 3) Game only without front end but loads any saved settings.
- Easyflash version with save game settings to cart option by Excess.

Joystick controls are:
Up = Walk Up or Forward. Down = Walk Down or Pickup/Drop. Left = Walk or Turn Left. Right = Walk or Turn Right. Fire = Jump. Space or Second Fire = Pickup/Drop.

Keyboard controls are:
Q = Walk Up or Forward. A = Walk Down or Jump. O = Walk or Turn Left. P = Walk or Turn Right. Space = Jump. M or Z = Pickup/Drop.

F7 = To Pause the game. From Pause Mode press Space or Fire to Un-pause or hold down F1 for a second to quit the game or hold down F3 to lose a life.

From the main game menu press 1 for Keyboard control or 2 for Joystick control. Press 3 or joystick up to toggle Directional control.
Press 4 or joystick down to toggle In-Game music. Press 0, space or joystick fire to Start a game.

All the instructions including controls details are in the View Instructions and Info Terminal option in the front end title screen.

Native C128 Vic II & VDC and Plus4 versions will follow.
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