Maze layout is Maze 4.
Platform layout is Game 2.
Maze 3 layout.
I reached stage 8-1. After completing the first 6 stages, the game rolled credits then went back to the title screen with EXTRA on it. I pressed start and the game carried on from stage 7-1, but reset the score to zero! So I took the score I got from stages 1 to 6 and added it to my score from 7 to 8-1 to get my final score!
M=3 proves I was still on my first life.
Game plays on Game Boy Color & Original Game Boy.
Video included (no sound).
Bonus stages give up to 100 million each time. I reached a witch level bonus stage, a pirate ship one, and (on another score) a rowing boat one. Multi ball gives around 50 million extra each time often more. I had multi ball twice on this score.
Australia is Course 1.
Par sequence is Invitational Open.
Only Classic Course has this sequence of par numbers.
Maze layout is maze 5.
Maze layout is maze 2.
White dot denotes Skill Disc setting.
Only Manhole has the blue platforms where the high score is (the other games have different backgrounds).
I reached the Ghost Town level.
Par sequence is unique to each course.
Only Invitational Open has this sequence of par numbers.
Only Classic Course has this sequence of par numbers.
INTV Tourney course = the sequence of Par numbers on screen (other courses in game have different sequence).
White dot denotes Skill Disc.
Stopped playing after I beat the high score, 27 lives remaining!
Easy = map has minimum 4 maze levels.
Medium = map has minimum 8 maze levels.
Hi, I'm using an Everdrive.
Green dot denotes Skill 2.
I have Everdrive Flashcart only, no original cards or carts.
Red dot denotes skill 1.
No level 1 point farming performed.
It's been custom painted and blue led in place of red led. I'll take another picture in my next submission, thanks.
Console is a Megadrive 1 (Genesis1). It is hardware backwards compatible to SMS. All SMS hardware is inside a Megadrive 1. A Powerbase Converter is a pass through device allowing SMS games to be played on it. There is no additional SMS hardware inside a Powerbase Converter. The Everdrive (multicart) I have plays SMS games without the need for a Powerbase Converter.
Hello, it's a megadrive 1. It is hardware backwards compatible to SMS. The Powerbase Converter is a pass-through add on. The Everdrive cartridge I have does the same.
Hello, it's a Megadrive (Genesis) model 1, hardware backwards compatible to SMS.
Hi, It's the new C64 Mini - Summer Games II is built in.
Hi, yes it's great. I tried adding games on it (Space Gun and more), and they work no problem.
Yes, I couldn't find separate entries so I went for the default circuit, the Namco one.
Green dot denotes Skill 2
Red dot denotes Skill 1
White dot denotes Skill Disc setting
Hi, I agree with everything Videogamecritic.com says, when it comes to classic pinball games, it gets no better than this
Hi, I had to download two Bios files Exec.rom and Grom.rom (or similar naming) and put them in the Bios directory. Then I placed the download game (usually with .int extension) in the same directory. Then I would type at the Windows 10 Command Prompt : jzintv -r 1 pitfall.int The -r 1 gives me a 640x480 window display. Some Intellivision games especially later ones require an additional config file to get them to work. I found the pack for these on Atariage.
Hi, no it is real hardware.
Hi, it is a Dazzle DVD recorder capture device.
Hi, I record real hardware gameplay using DVD recorder capture device - most recently all the MSX videos and Dragon 32 videos.
Thanks very much. I recorded video first 14 minutes only uploaded to my youtube channel of this. Sound is through one speaker only.
Gameplay starts at 08:15
Hi, I played on High.
This game has bonus rounds a bigger balloons. Might be enhanced over the arcade original?
I reached level 4 round 4 with a score of 83,340. Level 2 is harder than level 3 in this game? Level 4 round 1 has great music. Level 4 round 3 is difficult - not many blocks to manouvre around and there is frog and onion and snake ball! No continues were used - using a continue results in score reset to 0 anyway. My favourite Q Bert game ??
Hi, I played on rubber key Spectrum 48k, speccytape + ipod, file from WorldOfSpectrum, not the actual original release tape itself.
This game features 3 ball multiball and independent flippers. I reached multiball to get this score. I've included a 10 second video on my youtube channel of the game running.
Only in Big Bear Mode, the game over screen says You've Been Bovvered.
I think only the white robot bear (from level 3 onwards) can harm you in Baby Bear Mode, but I'm not even sure if that is true. Baby Bear Mode is just for practising moving around the platforms and learning how to get big bonuses, collision detection all switched off, no harm can come to your bear from the bovver bears, but you can crash into a dropped battery with your car and lose a life this way!
Only in Big Bear Mode, the game over screen says You've Been Bovvered. In the practise mode called Baby Bear Mode (where no bear can harm you at all!) the game over screen says Are You A Bear Or A Mouse?
Played on speed Normal
Real hardware, I'll show my Spectrum again in next submission
I reached 'Ore Refinery'
Hi, it's percentage minus minutes, 53-9=44
Hi, I use an Ipod with volume at maximum. I use the IOS App 'Speccy Tape'. I upload tzx (or tap) file to speccy tape which autoconverts the file to wav format - all done on the Ipod.
Added 13 second video clip on my youtube channel to show screen running.
Took a quick photo with my Ipod a few seconds before game loaded and Joe Blade title screen displayed! This game is played while the main game is loaded from cassette.
Category error? Should be emulated.
Category error?, skipping voting for now.
I reached level 7. Level 5 is hard, but I battled through it, then memorised half of the barriers at the end of level 5, to finally get to the end of the level. After receiving a big bonus, I played through level 6 which was fairly breezy (just polygon shapes swirling around and no barriers at end). Level 7 ramped up the difficulty again, and I copped it midway thru level 7!
This is the cassette loader game for Joe Blade!
Maze 4 layout
Maze 2 layout!
Maze layout proves this is Maze 2.
Maze layout proves this is Maze 3.
My favourite version of Jet Pac.
Played on Intermediate setting.
Blue 6 at top left shows skill level. If you change skill level, score resets to 0.
At 13:58 you completed the level then died, whaaat?! Stll voted yes, of course. Never seen this 'bug' in Uridium before though.
Most likely a hacked trained file was used. This score should not stand. Please resubmit using the original cassette or disk, or a clean Sanxion (no cheats hacks) file, thanks.
I don't believe your emulated score for this game now either, that should be taken down and resubmitted! There are hacked trained bogus c64 game files everywhere...just recently gtibel on here used a hacked file to play Zynaps and needless to say the submitted original score was incorrect - he then resubmitted a correct clean file Zynaps score. Please do the same for Sanxion (emulated and real hardware), thanks.
The problem is at 5:46 exactly, you shoot, your score balloons up, you get countless free lives, THIS IS A HACKED TRAINED file you have used here, THIS IS NOT THE ORIGINAL GAME! Try loading the original game from cassette or disk. Compare your video with others on youtube. I can't believe you guys are voting yes!
Hi, I voted yes, but I don't think I should have done because this doesn't look like Atari 2600! Looks more like Colecovision or Ti99-4a or something!
No way is this legit, score jumps crazy at 5:30, voting no, sorry.
Played on Intermediate level.
The spaceship landing screen after every 4 chase screens is great (each one different).
Did not use the warp gate on level 1. By level 5 I had around 7 lives, but on level 8 I lost many lives in quick succession because I mistakenly shot the big star looking ship which split up into pieces and took me out quickly! Game has good difficulty curve - both the main levels and the inner sanctum (maze) get progressively harder. Glad I read the manual first too :)
Will upload a gameplay video on my youtube channel today where I score more than 300 points.
I think a photo is enough because if I want to change the maze the score disappears.
Hi, this doesn't look right...you played for 3 minutes but not level 1...it's not possible to get this type of score when starting at level 1 on this game and playing for 3 minutes! (See derschmu video of this on youtube). Am I wrong? I am tired today...could be.
7 percent of game completed. Psyche is just an energy gauge which can be replenished by shooting droids. Psyche allows you to fly temporarily.
Hi, yes it's a 128k machine. The extra memory comes in handy for example on Gryzor where the game is loaded pretty much in one go from cassette, whereas on a 464 (64k) machine the game loads stages in separately.
Items collected = 37 Just coincidence that I visited 37 rooms to get to this score!
I reached level 4 round 3. I didn't enter all initials in time - was searching for the Enter button until I realised it's keypress 1 to enter initial.
Hi, I like to edit my videos so that they don't get long winded.
Hi, I had enough at that point...didn't want to do the reverse gravity stages, maybe some other time.
Hi, I was deleting videos but I've decided recently to keep all videos up on my channel, starting with BBC Micro. I made another (better) video of this game, so I deleted this one.
I have a video of this which I will be uploading soon.
Played on Expert level (initial speed fast). It is only possible to complete challenge racks on expert level (as stated in the manual).
Score at 3:16 in the video
Hi, I think youtube have lessened copyright restrictions on music in videos. Also, almost every tune I can think of is now available to listen to on youtube - this wasn't the case 12 months ago.
Hi, I got to the snow level.
Hi, yes I used two CX-52 joysticks (no joystick coupler).
Hi, i got it from ebay usa, seller : glennfre. I use a big heavy duty voltage converter. A small one heats up too much! The small one is good for my tandy color computer 3 though. The 5200 is av composite modded - this was important because tuning it in using rf could have been a real problem. Finally, the colours can be a little different on the screen to how they would be in north america.
Nice - thanks for showing the box and cart
Excellent - There are a lot of fireflies to get past in order to beat this score.
Absolutely brilliant! Another top score. This game laughs at all the platform mediocrity on NES! Commodore 64 > NES!!
Only on Advanced level are there 4 sno-bees on screen simultaneously.
I was recording video for this, but the video camera (ipad 3!) lost camera position at around the 8k mark! However I had another go at recording video and scored on video more than 17k - I will upload to my youtube channel in the next hour. I apologise for the lack of game sound in the video.
At around wave 23 I lost all the humans. Then after dealing with the next wave or two, all the humans came back! Every time I smart-bombed a whole bunch of stuff, I received a free life!
I reached level 5, round 1.
The Dragon has graphic modes like the BBC Micro, but the number of modes and colours are more limiting. In the above mode example, the colours available are green, blue, red and yellow but I think these colours can only be used in the main window. The border will always be green. Another mode exists with 4 different colours where the border will always be buff (off white). Then there is a hi res mode where the PAL Dragon can only display either black and white or green and dark green. A north american NTSC Dragon, like the CoCo can include a few extra colours in the hi res black white mode through NTSC screen trickery (artifact colours).
The first two maze variations have escape holes. The third (shown) does not - good spot! I have only got to the fourth maze once. The third maze is tough, and you have to do it 3 times (I think) before you get to the fourth maze. It's a really great pacman type game though, the best on CoCo 2, and speeds up as you progress as it should. It also includes the intermission music from the arcade game, but not the intermission cut scenes!
The most expensive game in a photo on highscore.com?! And wico joysticks. Cool!
1983 Chuckie Egg. The original and best is on Dragon 32!
Played on Normal setting.
The lead in the picture is a headphone extension lead.
Hi, Mastertronic released this game
Yup, you caught me!
I wouldn't like to meet that fish in a schwimmbad
Played on Advanced setting
Good stuff, well done...that difficulty spike around 14k in this game, ouch.
Wow, that's great.
Thanks, I'd heard about Tower Toppler but not the NES game. I think this C64 game was called Tower Toppler in North America as well.
Great soundtrack. If your score was up for this game, mine would be second place instead of first. The high score name entry for this game is painful.
Thanks for letting me know.
Thanks :) I had a lot of fun playing it.
Makes Rambo and Commando feel like a sunday stroll through the park. (!! Zzap review)
Awesome score! Your wico joystick must have had quite a workout. Did you rush and attack?
Hi, There are 15 additional rooms exclusive to Dragon. 12 of these exclusive rooms are shown in this video. The other 3 are Observatory (west of Nomen Luni), Games Room (west of Emergency Generator), and The Pub (east of Off Licence).
Medium difficulty selected
Thanks very much
Trivia : I think Joust for Atari ST 1985 was by the same people that released Buzzard Bait on Tandy CoCo and Dragon computers in 1983!
Vector Patrol should be great, done by the same author as Vectrexians and Vector Pilot. I've never owned a Vectrex but I am impressed with the homebrew releases for it. Interesting console!
Only Advanced has a threshold of 75% (shown at top of screen)
Loose carts (program paks) are similar in cost to Atari 5200 and quite easy to find. Cassette and disk based games come up on ebay less often, and costs vary.
Played at the default starting level (L=4)
Only Skilled has a threshold of 65% and score is removed from screen if skill level is changed.
Only Advanced has a threshold of 75% (shown at top of screen) and if a different skill level is selected, the score is removed from the screen.
Only Expert has a threshold of 85% (shown at top of screen) and if a different skill level is selected the score is removed from the screen.
Expert/A mode has shorter rope.
I don't think this game uses the difficulty switches.
Hi, I have posted a score for Novice/B. In Expert mode, the creatures move around faster and the gem eaters have a shorter munching time.
Left difficulty switch set to A (shorter rope)
Difficulty switches were set to A, though I don't think this game uses them at all.
Thanks, I usually edit videos before posting to youtube. Thanks for voting for me.