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Skäpädi Pöy
Retrogames, music, photos, stuff.
Retrogames, music, photos, stuff.

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Congo Bongo (Sega, 1983)
Developed (at least partly) by Ikegami Tsushinki for SEGA Enterprises Ltd., and released originally for the Japanese arcades as "Tip Top" in 1983. Converted and mostly published by Sega for the Atari 2600, Atari 5200, Atari 8-bit computers, MSX, Sega SG-100...

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Up'n Down (Sega, 1983)
Designed by Yoji Ishii. Developed by SEGA Enterprises Ltd., and released for the Japanese arcades by SEGA, and for the North American arcades by Bally/Midway in 1983. Ported for the following home computers and video game systems in-house by SEGA Enterprise...

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FRGR #08: Golf Master (Hewson/Rack-It, 1988)
Written by Mikko Helevä in 1987 for the Commodore 64. Loading screen by Stephen "SIR" Robertson. Originally published through Hewson's Rack-It budget label in 1988. Re-released as "Challenge Golf" by Prism Leisure Corp. in 1992. --- INTRODUCTION & GAME STAT...

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Drelbs (Synapse Software, 1983)
Designed and written by Kelly Jones for the Atari 8-bit computers in 1983. Converted for the Apple ][ by Jonathan Tifft. Converted for the Commodore 64 by Miriam Nathan and William Mandel in 1984. Published by Synapse Software in the North American market a...

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Garfield: Big, Fat, Hairy Deal (The Edge, 1987)
Designed and written for the Commodore 64 by Stephen Cargill. (This has not been divulged anywhere, but it's an assumption based on information in other versions.) Music by Neil Baldwin and sound effects by Jas C. Brooke. Released by The Edge in 1987. Conve...

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FRGR #07: Kultakuume (Triosoft, 1986)
Written by Marko Aho and Kari Aaltonen for the Sinclair ZX Spectrum in 1985, and published by Triosoft in 1986. --- DESCRIPTION & STATUS The series of Finnish Retro Game Reviews continues from where my series of a History of Finnish Games began . This will ...

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Blades of Steel (Konami, 1987)
Originally developed and released by Konami for the arcades in 1987. Sound editor: Kazuki Muraoka. Cabinet graphic design: Don Marshall. Further credits are unknown. Conversion for the Nintendo Entertainment System by Konami: Directed by Shigeharu Umezaki. ...

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Netherworld (Hewson Consultants, 1988)
Designed and developed by Jukka Tapanimäki. In-game graphics by Jukka Tapanimäki. Title screen by Darrin "Stoat" Stubbington. Sounds by Jori Olkkonen. Originally released for the Commodore 64. Converted for the Atari ST by Mark Barker, with graphics by Nige...

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TWOFER #14: Finnish Special!
1. Sanxion (Thalamus, 1986) Design, programming and graphics by Stavros Fasoulas, title screen by Mat Sneap and music by Rob Hubbard. Produced by Gary Liddon. Originally released for the Commodore 64 in 1986 by Thalamus. Converted for the Sinclair ZX Spectr...

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TLL (Vortex Software, 1984)
Written by Costa Panayi for the ZX Spectrum. Amstrad CPC conversion by David Aubrey Jones for Discovery Software, and published by Vortex in 1985. Commodore 64 conversion by Simon Nicol, with music by David Dunn; published by Ocean in 1985. --- GAME STATUS ...
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