"punch or dodge" - Bishi Bashi Special (Konami - PSX - 2000)
Prehistorik 2 (Titus - PC - 1993)
The game is Prehistorik 2. The player collects food items for points. This is a level where there is no enemy and all you need to do is to collect as much food as possible. (submission by astrascollections)
Bio Senshi Dan: Increaser to no Tatakai
(Atlus/Jaleco - Famicom - 1987)
Thanks to kartridges for sending this to me!
Timeslaughter (Bloodlust Software - PC - 1996)
2D fighting game where opponents travel through time to face off
Lucky & Wild (Namco - arcade - 1992)
"Lucky & Wild" [Arcade Flyer]
- via The Arcade Flyer Archive
- Starring Kevin Spacy as Lucky and Sylvester Stallone being eaten by Cousin It as Wild.
Hey Diddle Diddle (Spinnaker - C64 - 1983)
My favourite nursery rhyme from last week’s article about Hey Diddle Diddle on the Commodore 64 - a goose who hunts down the irreligious and the unbelievers and throws them down the nearest staircase. Truly magical.
Robot Ponkottsu 64: Nanatsu no Umi no Caramel (Red - N64 - 1999)
It’s time for yet another thing that just came in the mail- Hudson’s Robot Ponkottsu 64: Caramel of the Seven Seas.
It’s widely considered a Pokémon clone, and had a Game Boy Color incarnation that was even moreso. You may have played that one, as it was released in America as Robopon [Sun/Star/Moon]. European folks weren’t so lucky, as it wasn’t released there at all; EFIGS or otherwise.
As you might expect, the portable game links with this one- and if you didn’t already guess that, I can assure you that it isn’t a giant Pokémon Pikachu that you’re seeing in the background there. I imagine it won’t link with an American copy of the game, but we will see.
Now, I have to admit: I came into this game not expecting much. I honestly bought it for the cute name more than anything else. But so far, initial impressions are extremely positive- and definitely way beyond any reasonable expectations I could have had. The combat system in particular was a nice surprise, but more on that later.