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Knightmare, known in Japan as Majou Densetsu (魔城伝説 , Demon Castle Legend?), is a 1986 MSX vertical scrolling shooter computer game. The player is a knight, Popolon, who has to fight his way through several levels to defeat Hudnos and rescue Aphrodite.
Knightmare was an innovative upward-scrolling shoot ’em up game on the MSX system released as game cartridge. The top-view graphics were considered very sophisticated for its time, similar to other MSX games such as Nemesis and Penguin Adventure.
Konami also released a slightly altered version that could be bought from LINKS network. (Japanese “internet replacement” of the 80’s) In this version you could submit high scores to online server.
It was brought without a license to the SG-1000 in Taiwan.
2 original Commodore 64 Disks
Zak McKracken is a tabloid reporter (and not a very good one at that). After having a psychedelic dream one day, Zak realizes that something is wrong — space aliens are dumbifying the general public through the telephone system. Zak must stop this, but he can’t do it alone. After finding a strange crystal, Zak manages to get the help of the anthropologist Annie and her friends, Melissa and Leslie. The four unlikely heroes must now figure out a way to destroy the dumbifying devices and save the Earth.
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The FM Towns version has VGA graphics with 256 colors and higher-quality music and sound effects.