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Ghosts'n Goblins Loading Screen Conversion   [2012]

Ghosts'n Goblins Loading Screen Conversion Released by :

Release Date :
16 May 2012

Type :
C64 Graphics  (MultiColor)

What it could have looked like

User rating:********__  7.5/10 (13 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Graphics .... Ste Pickford

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/106016/G & G loader.prg (downloads: 505)

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Submitted by Sledge on 19 May 2012
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Submitted by Yogibear on 18 May 2012
Nice rendition!
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Submitted by Groepaz on 18 May 2012
i guess you never played the arcade then - the c64 conversion is quite sluggish, eg the collision detection sucks balls =P
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Submitted by Rough on 17 May 2012
Yeah, that game was addictive and great with graphics and music. I guess Jak was kidding.
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Submitted by Wile Coyote on 17 May 2012
I was always impressed by the Ghosts'N Goblins Loading screen.
Not for one minute did I think it was from the Amstard CPC.
Maybe that goes someway to explaining why the image felt different to most Loading screens with their typicl C64 approach.

While many are divided, the in game graphics always impressed me, far more so than most Arcade conversions on the C64.
Level 2 was particularly impressive. The only down side was the lack of levels.
User Comment
Submitted by Jak T Rip on 17 May 2012
And now some better ingame graphics plus better gameplay, please ;-)))

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Submitted by STE'86 on 17 May 2012
Well thanks but realistically, it's not my picture, It was just purely an experiment while I was doing an Amstrad conversion in the other direction. I just wanted to see if an experienced artist could convert it better than a piece of code could. Hence the image is as much "as was" as possible with no AA added by me. I hesitated in putting myself in the credits, but in the end I figured that I DID spend several hours working out the remapping and sorting out the shedloads of attribute problems and Steve Pickford has a credit on the original c64 version and he did fck all to make that happen :)
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Submitted by Rough on 17 May 2012
I don't wanna comment your pictures anymore anyway. It's always the same. GREAT!
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Submitted by STE'86 on 16 May 2012
There is no real need to vote on or review this. Just read the production note and download it or not. Thanks
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