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Dreedo 16 July 2011 22:02

Best PD Platformer?
 
Hi,

I'm not too familiar with many PD games, but i was wondering if there were any platformers that people liked?

Thanks.

Edit: Sorry i guess this was better in request.games perhaps.

Graham Humphrey 16 July 2011 22:08

This will probably give you some idea.

Dreedo 16 July 2011 22:09

A lot more than i expected, thanks i'll have a look through it. :)

amigapd 17 July 2011 01:09

http://www.amigapd.com/top-ten-platform-games.html

This should help too!!!

Jimbo 17 July 2011 02:08

Quik and Silva +1

Awesome game

Codetapper 17 July 2011 03:28

Well if you believe Stuart Campbell of Amiga Power, Top Secret is the greatest PD platformer of all time. In my opinion though, it stinks! He gave Rick Dangerous a 10% rating, yet this steaming pile is the greatest platformer ever!

Marlon 17 July 2011 16:48

For original yet retro single-screen arcade puzzling goodness, you'd struggle to do better than Electrek. But perhaps I AM a tad biased...

Adropac2 17 July 2011 17:22

Quote:

Originally Posted by Codetapper (Post 767335)
Well if you believe Stuart Campbell of Amiga Power, Top Secret is the greatest PD platformer of all time. In my opinion though, it stinks! He gave Rick Dangerous a 10% rating, yet this steaming pile is the greatest platformer ever!


With infinite lives i'd say Rick dangerous can at least be fun - satisfying to finally beat a difficult part say - but it has quite unfair design if i recall, so just a few lives doesn't make for any fun at all for me. It's a memory game but one that also needs you to have good platforming skills, and with infinite lives it's a better experience. I bet many people just gave up on the retail version

Leffmann 18 July 2011 03:19

Check out David Parsons' games. They're available for free from his website. I think they were actually licensed as shareware back in the day, but are featured in an interview on Amiga PD so the license might have changed since.

Dreedo 19 July 2011 08:08

Thanks everyone, some interesting games out there. :)

XDelusion 13 August 2011 12:01

Bounce and Super Bob Dylan would be it for me.

Gordon 13 August 2011 17:45

Doctor Strange


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