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Berzerk Redux   [2009]

Berzerk Redux Released by :
Martin Piper

Release Date :
30 June 2009

Type :
C64 Game


User rating:*********_  8.9/10 (20 votes)   See votestatistics
**********  9.5/10 (8 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Code .... Martin Piper
Music .... Alan Peters of DarkStar Systems Software
Graphics .... Martin Piper
  Zeldin of Cascade
Charset .... Groepaz of Dienstagstreff, Hitmen, VICE Team

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User Comment
Submitted by Martin Piper on 27 December 2009
New version: Berzerk Redux V1.10
User Comment
Submitted by The Shadow on 10 November 2009
Very nice :)
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Submitted by Count Zero on 4 October 2009
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Submitted by chatGPZ on 10 September 2009
no there is no such thing, csdb isnt sourceforge :)
User Comment
Submitted by Kristian on 10 September 2009
Groepaz said: please keep in mind though, you should create seperate entries for new releases :)

Is there a way to link together various "builds" of one release? Let's say you have Game 1.1 and Game 1.2. When you have the Game 1.1 page on CSDB open, it would be neat with some kind of history/legend/whateveryouwannacallit somewhere on the page. Know what I mean?
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Submitted by v3to on 10 September 2009
89% in retro gamer issue 68. congrats :-)
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Submitted by chatGPZ on 25 July 2009
please keep in mind though, you should create seperate entries for new releases :)
User Comment
Submitted by crazyninja on 22 July 2009
great gameplay, excellent work man!
User Comment
Submitted by Martin Piper on 20 July 2009
Thank you all for the great feedback. :)

After 345 downloads of V1.1 the new 1.2 version (link already updated) has the following changes:
Any drive number can be used to load the game, not just drive 8.
A load error is reported as a load error and not as a crash.
Updated music routine that sounds better with SID 8580. The 6581 is fine and remains unchanged.
Player shoot sound effect updated from zerozillion's SEUCK data tweak.
User Comment
Submitted by Exploding First on 13 July 2009
Super sound. Nice animations. I wonder why there is no article on c64.sk?
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Submitted by blitman on 8 July 2009
Excellent game! The graphics and sound are far beyond what an Atarisoft version of Berzerk would have looked like back in the day. What a great effort... thanks Martin!
User Comment
Submitted by Motion on 4 July 2009
Wicked fun. A cool adrenalin blast!
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Submitted by plagueis on 3 July 2009
@trip6: You said it, this is the best port of Berzerk to date. Next best thing from the Stern Electronics original.
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Submitted by Richard on 3 July 2009
Wonderful experience :) Martin, you done an excellent job with this game. I will be looking forward to the deluxe version if it gets done :) 9/10 :)
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Submitted by Linus on 3 July 2009
Great conversion indeed! Looking forward to the deluxe version :)
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Submitted by trip6 on 3 July 2009
Martin thank you for a magnificient port of one of my favorite all time arcade and atari games. Thanks for the tremendous job you've done on this. This really showcases your programming talents. The commodore finally has a version, that is the best port to date in my opinion.
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Submitted by Joe on 2 July 2009
I like this game. Setting new hi-scores every time :D
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Submitted by Sixx on 2 July 2009
Almost makes me cry. What an amazing conversion! The game plays a little bit faster than the arcade original, but that's not a bad thing, really. Thumbs up to everyone involved!

Berzerk fans should check out the 2006 remake Berzerk 3D: http://demonews.com/download-3113.html
User Comment
Submitted by Jon on 2 July 2009
This. Is. Amazing. It captures the look and feel of the original arcade game very, very well.
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Submitted by plagueis on 2 July 2009
What a great product!!! Just what the doctor ordered. I've already played this so much...even though I gave it a 10, I wonder why the loading takes so much longer than the pre release versions? In any case, it's worth the wait!
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Submitted by Marauder/GSS on 2 July 2009
excellent work... game of the year! I luv it! (c:
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Submitted by AüMTRöN on 2 July 2009
Captures the original feel very well... I like it a lot, thanx for this :)
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Submitted by Chico on 2 July 2009
nice Vectrex-conversion! good job!
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Submitted by Merman on 2 July 2009
Great work, Martin!

With this and Fortress of Narzod, it's a real 80s revival.
User Comment
Submitted by Skate on 2 July 2009
Nice game. Fun to play. I liked the Atari 800 XL looking primitive graphics :)
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