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Son Shu Shi

March 21, 2021 by ST Graveyard

What an accomplishment this game is. Created with such a small team, the result is really amazing. The game oozes creative passion. While the gameplay is really well balanced, it is a tough cookie, very hard from time to time with its moments of sheer frustration. As of level 3, timing becomes key. You will need to practice and learn the levels to complete this game, there are so many bad guys on screen it sometimes gets a bit hard to take.

Blood Money

April 4, 2020 by Morcar

Graphically, it's also nice on the eyes with well-defined graphics and animation. You really get the feeling that the developers put some thought and love into the game. Remember what I said about the large levels? Well these are wonderful and are very different to each other, they also scroll fairly smooth in all four directions.

Cybernoid - The Fighting Machine

March 28, 2020 by Morcar

When you boot up the game you’re presented with a fantastic loading picture of your ship. It's detailed with bold colours and it tells you This is 16-bit, bitch. Then you get the wonderful rendition of the Cybernoid theme that's on all the 8-bit versions. It's not exact but the changes still make it noticeable to anyone who knows it.

Did you know?

The Atari symbol is known as the "Fuji" because of its resemblance to Mt. Fuji.

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Latest Comments

Steve76Thornton Daylight Robbery
It was only released on the Amiga.
September 26, 2022
Was this game ever actually released? I only saw a demo and have never come across the full game, which is a shame as it has a lot of potential.
September 24, 2022
hamakei Tentacle
Pretty sure this game was never actually released. Only a rolling screenshot demo was ever distributed.

Shame. The music was pretty awesome for the ST.
September 24, 2022
Luca_Str Lupo Alberto
Hello, I'm the author of the graphics of Lupo Alberto the Videogame for all the platforms. The game is based on the strips of the very famous italian comics charachter Lupo Alberto. The Videogame was officially released in November 1990 for Amiga and Commodore 64. Even if the Atari ST version was almost complete, it wasn't released due to the poor Atari ST market share in Italy. In 2015, for the 25th anniversary of the official release, I shared the ST version for the Atari community. Enjoy!
August 29, 2022
Also known as Hot Rubber released by Palace Software
August 12, 2022
photonstorm Taipan II
I just spent a couple of hours playing this highly enjoyable little trading game. I admit, I played it on Beginners mode and ended up winning with $3.8 million in the bank! But it was still fun and I'd happily play it again on Normal mode. It's a little random, of course, with regard to the pricing and events but as there was never an official version of Taipan for the ST, this more than makes up for that.
July 8, 2022
unfortunately, the design of the game never went to completion.
July 7, 2022
Marcer H-Mec
Press Return in menu - Activate Cheats
March 29, 2022
photonstorm Missing:... One Droid
This is actually a really nice early ST game. I remember it was one of the first I ever heard with sampled speech: "Floyd the Droid ... onna run" Felt like an 8-bit game with super chunky sprites, but fast and furious.
December 7, 2021
majenko Gyro Cucumber
My house mate introduced me to this game back when we were at University in the early 90's. I spent many hours on his Falcon playing it. Such a simple game, and yet strangely addictive.

The premise is simple: the "cucumber" is a slowly rotating green line. You have to guide it through a maze of obstacles to get through to the next screen without touching the walls. Timing is key: wait for the rotation to be in just the right point and roll through that pinch point to get to the exit...
November 17, 2021

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