Showing posts with label Retro Rewind. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Retro Rewind. Show all posts

Retro Rewind: Deathflood Dungeon of Doom, Commodore 64

Hidden deep in the mountains, the abandoned stronghold rises before you. Once owned by an evil necromancer, who died during a dark ritual. You’ve heard of tales about incredible riches, but no one has told you about the vicious trap to repel intruders. Will the Deathflood swallow you up or can you escape with enough loot to change your fate?

In this game you are locked deep down in a dark dungeon full of evil creatures, traps and a constantly rising flood. Your main goal is quite simple: To escape this hostile place…alive. At second glance, your quest might not be as easy as expected. There are additional objectives, hidden secrets, some nasty pitfalls and several choices to make.

-Three worlds with unique graphics, foes, gameplay and soundtracks
-19 very individual levels, most with several paths to finish
-Choose between two heroes with different strengths
-Multiple game goals and game endings
-PAL/NTSC support
-Protopad support
Download the game here: deathflood_dod_build_2023_04_27.d64

Retro Rewind: Dagon's Awakening, Commodore 64

In this game, you take on the role of a member of the Esoteric Order of Dagon who is on his way to perform a ritual to awaken Dagon, a giant ancient with a visage enough to drive mortals insane.

The setting is inspired by the stories of H.P. Lovecraft and the game has several endings.

Download: dagonsawakening.d64

Retro Rewind: Alpharay, an impressive shooter for the Commodore Plus/4

Developed by the team that brought us Pets Rescue for the Plus 4, Alpharay is a visually impressive horizontal scrolling shoot ’em up that sees you power-up your Alpharay fighter with the objective to destroy the enemy robot fleet that is invading your home system. The game features six graphically gorgeous levels to battle through, a power-up weapon system and a great soundtrack driving the action gameplay all along the way. 



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