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To be able to use these follwing files. You will need to transfer the .D64/.PRG images to a real Commodore 64 using an XE151 cable with Star Commander, or alternatively download one of those three highly recommended C64 emulators.



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VICE
HOX's 64

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Fluff
Programming: Richard Bayliss
Graphics: Richard Bayliss
Music: Richard Bayliss
Genre: Collect 'em up
Tape Loader: Spectacular Copy Turbo

.Guide Fluff around the air, collecting credits. After enough credits are collected you will move on to the next level. You will have a certain time limit to complete each level. Pressing the fire button releases fluff into the air.



 



For Speed We Need

Programming: Richard Bayliss
Graphics: Richard Bayliss
Music: Richard Bayliss
Genre: Racing
Tape Loader: Stoat's Turbo Tape

A racing game, in which you are to drive through the deadly road. You must survive through the time limit to be able to progress on to the next level. 4 levels only on this game.


 

For Speed We Need V2
Programming: Richard Bayliss
Graphics: Richard Bayliss, Nori Khiat
Music: Richard Bayliss
Genre: Racing
Tape Loader: Moo-tilation

This is an improved version of the original For Speed We Need. Now features a front end, some improved music, and also tweaks to the main code. Nicer cars as well, with special thanks to Nori Khiat for his sprites. :o)



 



Freespace 2075
Programming: Richard Bayliss
Graphics: Richard Bayliss
Music: Richard Bayliss
Genre: Miscellaneous
Tape Loader: Action Replay Loader

Control your player around the screen, and drop a space mine so that the enemies will smack bang into it. As soon as enough enemies have been hit, you will advance on to the next level. This was my first ever long(ish) game project in 1999, which took a few months to make, so did not really get released until 2000.



 


Froggy Goes Splatt!
Programming: Richard Bayliss
Graphics: Richard Bayliss
Music: Richard Bayliss
Genre: Arcade - Frogger
Tape Loader: Turbo 250 Loader

1, 2, 3, hop to it! Help your frog across the road to meet a friend, then hop back down again to meet another friend, but watch out for the traffic that passes across the screen. I guess I really should have called this game "Frogs and Motorways 3", as it feels something like that. Don't those cars look terrible. Hahahaha! Well, I wasn't a good graphics person at that time. Still, I am sure you can get some fun out of this game.