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Fly Pig [seuck]   [1991]

Fly Pig [seuck] Released by :
Wile Coyote

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Type :
C64 Game

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Credits :
Code .... Chris Yates
  Jon Hare
Music .... Drax of Bonzai, Crest, Vibrants
Graphics .... Wile Coyote

SIDs used in this release :
More Jazz(/MUSICIANS/D/DRAX/More_Jazz.sid)

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Production Info
Submitted by Wile Coyote on 12 October 2009

Fly Pig/WEC

Created 1991
SEUCK/Sensible Software [1987]

Released 1991
Updated some years later, with music, new intro colours

Bored by the limitation of SEUCK only being able to scroll downwards, and wanting the screen to scroll left to right (horizontal) inspired the ideal of designing everything with the screen rotated 90°, a technique some Arcade games adopted. With Fly Pig the idea was to make lots of short colourful zones for the player to fly through. Various Arcade games including Wonder Boy/Sega [1986], New Zealand Story/Taito [1998], and Mario/Nintendo [1993], provided inspiration for the graphics, as well as my own creations.

Fly Pig - Monitor Rotated 90°
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