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Ascii Sector

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Christian Knudsen 2009
Genre: Action
Rating: 5/6
Licence: Freeware
System: PC

Remaking Privateer... many have tried, quite a few have succeeded. Yet, Ascii Sector stands out even from the group of good ones. The selling point: The whole game uses the the ANSI (ironically, not actually ASCII) character set (in 16 colours) to create the graphical environment the player moves in. This is because the game takes place in another part of space: the Ascii Sector. Like the Gemini Sector found in the original Privateer, the Ascii Sector consists of four quadrants, numerous star systems and many planets. Just (obviously) not the same ones from the original game.


B.C. Kid

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Factor 5 / Hudson Soft 1992
Genre: Action
Rating: 3/6
Licence: Commercial
System: Amiga

Conversions of console games to computers often go wrong. Translations of Japanese games just as often. With B.C. Kid, it went surprisingly smooth. It first appeared on the PC Engine and had (for 'western' tongues) a really strange name. The English version became 'Bonk'. Bonk? To make a long story short, the Amiga version got a better title when it was ported by the German company Factor 5 a few years later.


Bleifuss Fun

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UDS / Virgin Interactive 1997
Genre: Action, Sport
Rating: -
Licence: Commercial
System: PC
In Germany, Ignition was called Bleifuss Fun, linking it to the successful Bleifuss (Screamer) games. Apart from the title and the in-game language, there are no differences.

Eric and the Floaters

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Hudson Soft 1983
Genre: Action
Rating: 4/6
Licence: Commercial
System: MSX

Having problems with floaters? Not to worry! Eric is in the house and that means floaters will have to go! We provide our customers with best service and free insurance against partial damage or complete loss of property if incurred. Don't wait any longer, call now: 1-800-GET-BOMBED! Wondering what the original Bomberman game was? You are now beholding it! Though, only the japanese release happens to bear the familiar title and I personally played the european version which accounts for the currently chosen name.


Ignition

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UDS / Virgin Interactive 1997
Genre: Sport, Action
Rating: 4/6
Licence: Commercial
System: PC

Nothing stolen, nothing gained. While the world was anxiously waiting for the next generation of the Micro Machines series, Ignition came out of nowhere and took pretty much exactly the same line. OK, strictly speaking, they're not toy cars, but you do drive unlikely vehicles across unlikely tracks.


Ninja Kage

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Hudson Soft 1984
Genre: Action
Rating: 3/6
Licence: Commercial
System: MSX

Has it ever occured to you that the way of a true ninja can be a tough row to hoe? Especially if all you can do is throwing shurikens. One, two, five, dozen shurikens, all in all a heavy task when you are attacked by myriads of other ninja who do exactly the same thing. Now, are you tough enough to take on them all? Will you survive in this vicious battle?


Stop the Express

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Hudson Soft 1983
Genre: Action
Rating: 3/6
Licence: Commercial
System: MSX

The ITA Express has been hijacked by the criminal gang called Redmen. It has lost control and is going nowhere. As a Special Security Agent you must hurry and find a way to stop the train before it's too late. You are to proceed all the way from the rear of the train to the engine cabin to manage controls and bring it to stop. Meanwhile, the Redmen are pursuing you, so you must find a way to drop them off if you ultimately don't want to get dropped yourself. Quite literally.



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