Thank you, RetroRob.
Happy to help!
I added a link to your high score video to the description in my video, so anyone who want's to see the next two levels knows where to go
He is Dig-Dug.
Yes, brilliant run! And now I know the next two prizes are an unhappy ghost on it's side and a key!
Level 7 was the one I got stuck on. I had to spend ages practicing it. It isn't even that hard, I just really struggled to remember the sequence.
Thank you, LuigiRuffolo.
I had a score of over 20000 on my Ghostman (Oric 1 emulated) attempt, but the video didn't fully record properly at the start (sound only). I thought I would easily be able to repeat it but only got as far as 17000+!
Yes. "Wise fwom your Gwave!".
The last life is lost because an arrow comes from behind you at the start of this screen. I hadn't moved right yet, so the arrow kills you before it is seen. You need to time a jump right, using the arrow coming the other way as a guide. I got it wrong.....
Yes. I remember this on a friends VIC-20.
Yes. Two score rollovers.
I don't think so. I have a full set of the magazines, but there are 140+ issues, not sure I'll find it!
Yes. If you are looking for your glasses, they are on top of your TV.
Yes vote from me.
Yes from me.
Yes. The ghosts are quite unforgiving in this version.I had the pleasure of interviewing the author, Stephen Haigh, for an Oric magazine many years ago.
Needs to be in emulated category. Can you remove this one and resubmit in the emulated category?
Thank you, LordTiki.
The screen shows the Target score, not the Achieved score? There is no evidence that the score on screen has actually been reached.
Ah, wait a minute, the screen shows the Target score, not the Achieved score? There is no evidence that the score on screen has actually been reached.
Thanks for the votes, finally I have a high score on the board!
Yes. Strange game!
Thanks WDD. Yes, a good one too with very evil ghosts.
Yes, Mr Driver.
Some real passion in that gameplay! Yes.
C'mon chaps (and chapesses), I need one more vote to get this score accepted ;-)
A Choplifter clone. I never knew this game existed. A nice surprise.
I vote yes.
Argh! Sticky Key disaster. Hate it when that happens.
Ok, that works for me. Yes.
Check out the MSX version of The Ultra released a year later. It is called Maxima. One thing I enjoy is seeing the same game on different systems. The differences in Space Harrier between Spectrum, C64 and Amstrad CPC are amazing. All very, very different.
And if you want to try a good and very mental Oric game, I recommend Rat Splat next.
Can you add a picture of your console with the cartridge? If you do, I can vote yes.
Dave, you are in Australia or New Zealand? :-)
Yes by the way.
I will vote yes, if you can add a photo of your real SNES connected to the TV as well, with the cartridge in the machine. This looks real, but without confirmation picture of a SNES I can't vote yes at this time. Have a look at how BabofetH demonstrates he is using real hardware (no need for video, a picture will be ok), he always gives excellent evidence.
Did I inspire you to play this with my attempt? :-) What did you think of the game? It's well known in the Oric community, so wondering what others might think. It's quite an early game for the Oric, released in Autumn 1983.
It's a yes, by the way!
Yes, good play.
Yes from me!
Yes, one of my favourites. I had (still have somewhere) the Astro Warrior/Pit Pot cartridge.
Good solid evidence, yes!
Yes, nice run.
Yes. An interesting combination of Frogger and QBert!
Yes! The game has no ability to put an 'M' on the high score table? That was annoying!
Ha, ha, yes!
Yes. Overdrive! A friend and I used to play this a lot back in the day.
Yes. WallyGeorge = W.G
Yes. I played this for hours when I got my Master System as a kid.
Yes. Good evidence.
Yes. mickeyz = M.Z?
Nice video evidence, that's a yes!
Yes, initials set.
Yes. Welcome to highscore.com!
Yes. Well done, have a gold medal :-)
Photo and initials, so Yes.
He, he, I have a large collection of old games and the Oric was my speciality (also Atari 2600 and Sega Master System). The game inlays at the start of my videos are the actual scans of the boxes I have in my collection. At the moment I am emulation only, but I will get the real machines set up one day.
Yes. Looks like a really nice version of the game.
For those who may wonder, the English word 'Dinky' means something small and cute. Today's generation would probably use 'Smol'.
Looks like Donkey Kong, but I can assure you it does not play like Donkey Kong ;-)
Thank you sdrgio797, I have two games needing two votes to be accepted.
Excellent play. Yes.
Yes. Good work cycling the score round.
Yes! Really nice setup as well. Love the Atari beng turned into an arcade machine!
Odd little game. Yes!
Yes. Nice work!
Ha, ha, yes. What an odd game!
Yes. Is that Elmo on level 2?
Yes, I'm quite new to this.
Yes. Brings back many happy childhood memories.
I had this on the Oric Atmos - it's a bit more challenging as there are 12 extra screens. Never finished it.
Great play, well done. Yes.
Yes. Nice run.
Yes. Love this game, it's like being in Tron.
Yes. Kids today have no idea how we suffered.......
Well done, I hope you went for a lie down after that! And yes!
Yes, but now I want a burger!
Nice. I had the Pac-man handheld back in the day. Good fun.
Yes. Go Thomas! (It's the character in the games name).
Yes! Loving the Sega Master System in the background too.
He, he, you are in your own game. :-) Yes, by the way!
That's a yes.
Thanks for the yes!
Yes. Klaatu barada nikto!
I was always suprised that Jeff Minter produced this, rather poor, game.
Yes. The speed of the spider at the end was hilarious!
Yes. Looks ok to me.
Well done, that's a "Ja Ja Ding Dong" from me.
A Yes from me.
High Score table is at 8:58 in the video.
That's a yes from me.
That's a yes and very well played!
Thanks WDD, this is my first visit to Highscore.com.