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VIC Games (GB)
Kevin Bergin
Gerald Duckworth, 1984

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VIC Games KB.d64

19 programs (100% complete)

Program Author Requirements Files Info
Golf

Pages 13-20.
Clifford Ramshaw Unexpanded golf.prg
Screenshot
9-hole golf game. To make a shot, position the club behind the ball and rotate it so that it is square to the desired direction of travel.

Controls:
1-9 (choose club), S,M,H (soft, medium or hard shot), A,D,W,X (move left, right, up, down), <,> (change angle of club), Space (strike ball).
Air Attack

Pages 21-27.
? Unexpanded air attack.prg
Screenshot
Line up your plane with the enemy planes, and shoot them before they reach the bottom of the screen.

Controls:
S (up), X (down), < (left), > (right), Space (fire).
Snake
(Snake Line)

Pages 29-35.
? Unexpanded snake line.prg
Screenshot
Tron game. Collect the numbers. Avoid the objects and your own tail.

Controls:
Z (up), X (down), CrsrDown (left), CrsrRight (right).
Punter

Pages 37-44.
Robert Maydew Unexpanded punter.prg
Screenshot
Frogger game. Dodge the cars and then leap from log to log as you try to return home.

Controls:
@ (up), / (down), : (left), ; (right).
Car Dodge

Pages 45-50.
? Unexpanded car dodge.prg
Screenshot
Vertically scrolling car race. Drive as far as you can avoiding the oil slicks.

Controls:
A (left), D (right).
Defense

Pages 51-62.
Santa Claus [Kevin Bergin] Unexpanded defense.prg
Screenshot
Horizontally scrolling space shooter. Dodge and shoot the yellow blocks, and land on the cross.

Controls:
Joystick.
Tape Search

Pages 63-70.
? Unexpanded tape search.prg
Screenshot
Utility. Modify the program to set up a list of files saved on cassette tape, then the program will help you fast-forward to the start of a chosen program.

Controls:
Follow on-screen prompts.
Code Creator

Pages 71-75.
? Unexpanded code creator.prg
Screenshot
Utility. Convert an block of memory into DATA statements, complete with a checksum.

Controls:
Follow on-screen prompts.
Grobbitt

Pages 77-87.
Kevin Bergin Unexpanded grobbitt.prg
Screenshot
Text adventure. You are in a cave with 20 numbered rooms, where each room is connected to three other rooms. One room contains the fearsome Grobbitt, which you can either shoot or run away from; three rooms contain bats, which will cause you to flee; one room contains a deadly pit. If you can feel a draught then one of the adjoining rooms contains the exit. Can you escape?

Controls:
Type the room number that you want to move to, and follow on-screen prompts.
Responses

Pages 89-97.
? Unexpanded responses.prg
Screenshot
Fast-moving game. Move the flashing object to the cross at the bottom of the screen without touching any balls.

Controls:
W (up), X (down), A (left), D (right).
Block Graph

Pages 99-103.
Jenny Dodsworth Unexpanded block graph.prg
Screenshot
Enter a value for each month of the year, and display them on a bar chart.

Controls:
Follow on-screen prompts. After the graph is shown, press any key to see the average.
Dot Muncher

Pages 105-114.
David Mack Unexpanded dot muncher.prg
Screenshot
Pac-Man game. Eat as many dots as possible in two minutes, while avoiding the ghost.

Controls:
W (up), X (down), A (left), D (right).
Firing Tank

Pages 115-122.
? 3K expansion firing tank 3k.prg
Screenshot
Move the tank around the screen and shoot all the houses.

Controls:
, (turn left), . (turn right), Z (fire).
Two Large

Pages 123-129.
? Unexpanded two large.prg
Screenshot
Programming demo that sets up two screens with large letters.

Controls:
Wait until the screen clears, then type a message. Press F1 to switch to the second screen, where another message can be typed. Press F3 to restart/end the program.
Agent
(Killer Agent)

Pages 131-146.
? 8K expansion killer agent 8k.prg
Solution
Map
Screenshot
Text adventure. You work for a secret government agency, and you have traced a stolen microfilm to an east coast resort. Your mission is to recover the microfilm and give it to your contact.

Controls:
Use two-word commands. Move by typing GO NORTH, GO SOUTH etc. Other commands include LOOK, INV, GET, DROP, DIG, GIVE, CALL, LIGHT, UNLOCK, OPEN, KILL, READ.
Raider

Pages 147-151.
C J Hall Unexpanded raider.prg
Screenshot
You have 100 rockets, try to shoot as many fighter planes as you can.

Controls:
Any key (fire).
Gamble

Pages 153-160.
Alan Horrell Unexpanded gamble.prg
Screenshot
Gambling game. Place your bets on the car that you think will win the race.

Controls:
Follow on-screen prompts.
Invaders
(Space Fighter)

Pages 161-168.
S Mahmood Unexpanded invaders.prg
Screenshot
First person space shooter. Move your crosshairs to shoot as many alien ships as you can in 150 seconds.

Controls:
W (up), X (down), A (left), D (right), Space (fire).
Tinymon

Pages 169-179.
Jim Butterfield Unexpanded tinymon.prg
Screenshot
Machine language monitor.

Controls:
.R (display registers), .M (display memory), .G (goto address), .L (load), .S (save), .X (exit).

Notes

  1. Golf (p. 13-20) appears to be a modified version of Golf (VIC Innovative Computing).
  2. Punter (p. 37-44) appears to be a modified version of Street Alley (Popular Computing Weekly, 82-08-12).
  3. Car Dodge (p. 45-50) appears to be a modified version of Riverboat (Commodore Computing International, 82-12).
  4. Slightly different versions of Defense (p. 51-62) were published as Dodgem Docker (Commodore Computing International, 83-07) and Vic Tricks: Defend It!! (Which Micro? & Software Review, 84-04).
  5. A slightly different version of Grobbitt (p. 77-87) was published as Grobbit Adventure (Which Micro? & Software Review, 84-01).
  6. Block Graph (p. 99-103) appears to be a modified version of Block Graphs (Your Computer, 82-05).
  7. Dot Muncher (p. 105-114) appears to be a modified version of Pacman (Computer & Video Games, 82-09).
  8. Raider (p. 147-151) appears to be a modified version of Fighter Raid (Your Computer, 82-05).
  9. Gamble (p. 153-160) appears to be a modified version of Grand Prix (Popular Computing Weekly, 82-08-12).
  10. Invaders (p. 161-168) appears to be a modified version of Spacefighter (Popular Computing Weekly, 82-05-27).
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