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Jungle Strike

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Ocean 1995
Genre: Action
Rating: 4/6
Licence: Commercial
System: PC

Again the free world needs you and your american technology. The Arabic madman's son joined forces with a South American druglord and you are sent to the jungle where his plans must be reduced to smoking ruins with your helpful Comanche, and a bunch of new vehicles.


Kampf um Trubelland

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TriNeT Computer GmbH / Informationskreis Kernenergie 1996
Genre: Adventure
Rating: 0/6
Licence: Freeware
System: PC

The seemingly everlasting topic of atomic energy has just started being discussed again in Germany... a good reason to examine this slightly dated, but nevertheless deeply meaningful and highly objective educational game by the lobby itself. Of course, being completely impartial and only having the best for mankind in mind, only the pure facts are presented in this vision of a future without atomic energy.


Kane

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Mastertronic 1986
Genre: Action
Rating: 3/6
Licence: Commercial
System: Plus/4

The myth of the 'wild west' is full of hero figures, usually referred to as 'lone rangers'. All alone they fight all kind of evil (bankrobbers and of course Indians), always with a hand on their gun. That's the true American dream: riding through the prairies, spreading 'true justice'.


Karamalz Cup

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Art Department 1993
Genre: Sport, Action
Rating: 3/6
Licence: Freeware
System: Amiga

Karamalz is a brand of Malzbier, so what we have here is a promotial game. Promotial games are mostly simple versions of classic arcade games or short Adventures. This one sticks out from the crowd by being a sports game. It's a surprisingly complex ice hockey simulation!


Karate Champ

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Data East 1985
Genre: Sport, Action
Rating: 3/6
Licence: Commercial
System: C64

One of the biggest hits in the arcades of the mid-80s, converted to the C64. Most people will know the gameplay from International Karate these days (if at all), but Karate Champ was the game which started it all!


Karateka

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Broderbund 1986
Genre: Action
Rating: 1/6
Licence: Commercial
System: PC

Long before your encounter with wicked Jaffar and conquest of make-belief Persia you used to be a karate martial artist sporting a fancy kimono. Your formerly sworn enemy was a cruel japanese warlord Akuma who having besеt your country had also kidnapped your beloved Princess Mariko. I don't suppose you need further directions now, do you? As far as the old "good guys vs bad guys" tradition you must now follow the trail of Akuma into his fortress situated up on a cliff, defeat a number of his guards along the way who are also trained in karate, and finally vanquish the tyrant himself and save the princess. In this game steel weapons have not been invented yet, so you can only rely on your bare knuckles and feet.


Keepsake

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Savaric 2011
Genre: Adventure
Rating: 2/6
Licence: Freeware
System: Interpreter

A body is lying at your feet. You've just shot the guy. You may think you've missed the best part of the game, having already committed murder, but fear not – all will be well!

Although it might look like the pressing issue is escaping the scene of crime in time before the police arrive, Keepsake quickly turns into a game of mild surrealism. You meet the fixer who has sold the gun to you – but he's there twice, for some reason, once alive and once dead. Even shooting the still living version of him doesn't really solve this dilemma. And more similarly strange interactions are still waiting for the player on the next screens. What is actually happening here is hinted at in a subtle way all the time, and the well-done epilogue will even spell it out explicitly in case there was still some doubt. The elliptic nature of the game is certainly its main asset – bonus for a good, if gimmicky, idea.


Kether

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Infogrames / Philips Interactive Media 1993
Genre: Action, Puzzle
Rating: 4/6
Licence: Commercial
System: CD-i

Planet Kether, a dying world. An evil force which goes by the name of Khork gains stronger and stronger influence. His latest coup has been the kidnapping of Princess Eta Carene. The Emperor of Light (another disembodied mystic force) tasks the Cosmic Knight Melkhor to free her and overcome his adversary. To gain entry into Khork's space ship, Melkhor first needs to visit four temples (Malkhut, Hod, Hokhmah, Gevurah) and retrieve insights…


KGB

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Virgin Interactive 1992
Genre: Adventure
Rating: 3/6
Licence: Commercial
System: PC

It's the last days of the Soviet Union. Gorbachev has destroyed part of the old structures. But as always when there's change, there are groups who want to take advantage of it. For some, it doesn't go quickly enough, some want to go back as much as possible. And some of those aren't all that peaceful about it...


Kick Off 2

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Anco Software 1990
Genre: Sport, Action
Rating: 2/6
Licence: Commercial
System: PC

Fast, furious, involving - GREAT! That's Kick Off 2... on the Amiga. On the PC it's somewhat fast... and well... that's basically it. Everything that made this game the best football game on the Amiga was left out on the PC. On first sight it seems to be there, but then the handling is just not quite the same... The slight border was crossed and now you will just run past the ball if you're one pixel too far away, however you can count on knocking the ball away when you just wanted to run around it. You can pretty much forget about the kind of handling the Kick Off series introduced back in its Amiga days... it was perfected later on in the Sensible Soccer series - however pretty messed up here in its PC version. Also the AI is pretty stupid. On the one hand you have your own teammates madly kicking the ball back into the direction of your own goal as well as spinning around for no obvious reason. Fortunately the players in the computer's team do the same kind of stuff as well, so that makes up for it.



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