This section of
web site consists of programs, written by all friends and contributors.
Being games, demos, tools or whatever, I am happy to help support
people who write stuff for the good old Commodore 64 computer, even if
they are SEUCK games, or anything like that :o)
If you have a game, or anything you would like me to release on to this
page (This is where you could be a mega star) then please bung me an
email and attach a .D64, .T64 or .PRG to the usual email address.
To be able to download, please
click on the disk icon, under the name.
. All images are zipped .D64 images, and run on CCS64 or WinVice.
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be able to use these following files. You will need to transfer the
.D64/.PRG images to a real Commodore 64 using an XE1541 cable with Star
(you can also use XM1541-cable with Starcommander and with user port
driver under XP too ) Alternatively, you can download one
of those three highly
recommended C64 emulators.
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Arcade - Platform
loader: Thunderload V3
game was based on a joke, but that would be too much to mention. This
is a funny platform game in which you must guide your greedy pig around
the game screen by jumping on to platforms and scoffing those tasty
treats. This will increase the pig's stamina. Your pig must watch
out for the deadly poison otherwise it will go one step closer to an
unpleasent death. As soon as the pig has eaten enough food a toilet
will appear. You must help your pig get to the toilet as quickly as
possible before it leaves the screen. Otherwise your pig will take a
dump on the platform or on the ground then walk off. The game is over
when either the pig is dead, or it has missed the toilet.
Important - Author's rights on this
productions on this web site have been either submitted by the game
authors themselves, their friends/contact or were used with permission.
All programs on this site are freely distributable for use on a real
Commodore 64/128 or C64 emulators. However the authors still retain
copyright to their stuff and we like to obey these copyright laws by
keeping software in good form. Therefore if you copy any of these
programs for your friends/contacts, please keep everything the way it
is meant to be (as on this site). If the author at any chance want
their programs removed (i.e. now sold commercially) then they have the
right to do so and we will be happy to do exactly that.
Secondly. Have you written a game (SEUCK, Assembly, etc.) then please
email richard-bayliss(a)blueyonder.co.uk and we'll evaluate it and if
suitable, upload it on to our web s