A Tribute to the Dick Smith System 80
(aka Video Genie and PMC-80/81)

Downloadable Disk Images - Programs on "More Arcade 4" disk

This disk contains a collection of commercial arcade games, written in machine code for speed.

Name (and filename)
Description What to type at the dos prompt
Astro Moth (astromot/cmd) A frantic space Invaders Variation. By Jeremy Gates, Australia (date unknown). astromot
Stellar Warp (warp/cmd) Another variation on Space Invaders. By Tom Thiel, Cosmic Software (1982). warp
Tank Arcade (tankarc/cmd) Tank duel game. By the Avalon Hill Game Company (1982). tankarc
The Black Hole 2.0 (blakhole/cmd) Space invaders but with a twist. The walls start to press in. By Y. Lempereur, Funsoft. (1982) blakhole
Weerd (weerd/cmd) Destroy attacking aliens (but weird aliens!!). Contains voices. By Authur A. Gleckler. Big Five Software (1982). weerd
Demon Seed (demseed/cmd) Yet another "Invaders" game. Contains chords! By Jeff Sorensen and Philip MacKenzie. Treno Software (1982) demseed
Exterminate (extermin/cmd) Graphic and ASCII-character based tunnell-and-shoot game. By JMG Software International (1982). extermin
Jovian (jovian/cmd) More deep space arcade action with some fairly complicated controls. By Bill Dunlevy and Douglas Frayer. Radio Shack. (1982). jovian
Leaper (leaper/cmd) As the name suggests, this is a Frogger-type game. By John Deregnaucourt. Cedar Software Company. (date unknow). leaper
Sky Warrior (skywar/cmd) A wierd and primitive "Penetrator-type' game. By Roger Schrag (1981). Needs to be loaded with "run"> run" skywar/cmd"
Morgoth (morgoth/cmd) Weave your way through tunnels avoiding hazards. By Cosmic Software (1982). morgoth
Mutant Attack (mutatak/cmd) Space Invaders-type game. Poor. By Tandy (1981). mutatak
Night Rider (night/cmd) Car racing game. First-person perspective. By John B. Gannon (1983). night

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