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Toni Galvez 29 March 2021 21:36

King's Valley, a new Konami game for Amiga.
 
Hello Guys,

We are very happy to finally publish our new game for OCS Amigas,

King's Valley. This game is a free distribution game.

There is an updated new version of the game, with a small bug fixed.

We removed the antivirus and now we have an standard bootblock, get the updated game:

https://masoftware.es/juegos/kvalley...valley-adf.zip

We manage to bring you the remastered game with:

- 50hz screen update.

- 16 colours flashy graphics.

- Improve animations for everything.

- Smooth Scroll.

- 10x10 pixel tiles to make the game full screen.

- 8 Songs, MSX SCC sound for your pleasure.

- 16 Pyramids.

- 2 sound effects styles to choose from (6khz sample quality, but I can make it sounds good).

Code: M.A. Soft (in Blitz Basic).
Graphics & Sound FX: Toni Galvez (yes, the screaming sounds is me haha).
Music: Narcisound (MED format).
Tools: Jesús Chicharro.

Game developed in 3 months.

acidbottle 29 March 2021 22:14

This is a fantastic surprise, brutally hard but really well made :)

DamienD 29 March 2021 22:39

Nice one, cheers Toni and team :great

Update this earlier today :p

Toni Galvez 29 March 2021 22:51

Quote:

Originally Posted by DamienD (Post 1473918)
Nice one, cheers Toni and team :great

Update this earlier today :p

Thank you so much!!! enjoy the game.

Wavemaker 30 March 2021 07:17

Wow didn't expect this. First we get Metal Gear and now Kings Valley!

Brilliant idea to port those games from Konami, easily the best 8 bit games ever made that many didn't get to enjoy because the MSX was not popular in their countries.

Going to play it today and hopefully review it for our magazine soon.

TjLaZer 30 March 2021 08:17

Nice! Was recently released for C64 recently too. Nice game

gimbal 30 March 2021 10:21

Ha cool :) I don't know what it is about this game but it is an incredible amount of fun.

Let's keep the trend going! Road Fighter, Zanac, Eggerland! :)

I did a rough port to the PC myself a long time ago as a hobby/training project and I gave all the ghosts their own little AI routine. The red one was a terminator that would home in on you, the yellow one would run away if you had a sword, those kind of things. Was fun to implement.

jrom 30 March 2021 10:24

Awesome. I played this one on my msx a lot when I was a young and moved to the amiga later. Next one up... Knightmare please!

Toni Galvez 30 March 2021 11:13

I will be happy to work on redo all the graphics of Knightmare for Amiga version. I will need a skilled coder for that.

Toni Galvez 30 March 2021 11:50

Quote:

Originally Posted by gimbal (Post 1473977)
Ha cool :) I don't know what it is about this game but it is an incredible amount of fun.

Let's keep the trend going! Road Fighter, Zanac, Eggerland! :)

I did a rough port to the PC myself a long time ago as a hobby/training project and I gave all the ghosts their own little AI routine. The red one was a terminator that would home in on you, the yellow one would run away if you had a sword, those kind of things. Was fun to implement.

If you code Road Fighter, I can get the arcade graphics and improve them for Amiga.

DanyPPC 30 March 2021 13:11

What about a Time Pilot conversion for Amiga ?

It's a good Konami shoot'em up, but the Kingsoft Space Pilot for Amiga is different, and I like the original.

A good conversion has been release for Atari XL.
I think on Amiga it can be good as the original arcade.

Many thanks for King's Valley, I played it a lot on my old MSX in the 80's

Toni Galvez 30 March 2021 13:41

Quote:

Originally Posted by DanyPPC (Post 1474003)
What about a Time Pilot conversion for Amiga ?

It's a good Konami shoot'em up, but the Kingsoft Space Pilot for Amiga is different, and I like the original.

A good conversion has been release for Atari XL.
I think on Amiga it can be good as the original arcade.

Many thanks for King's Valley, I played it a lot on my old MSX in the 80's

We still got a nice "Time Pilot" on Amiga https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cqaZVDZApJk

Thank you so much, enjoy the game.

Seiya 30 March 2021 13:59

good game, very nice in Amiga version.

Alpha One 30 March 2021 14:03

Really nice game... I added a little trainer in the zone. Great Work !

DamienD 30 March 2021 14:13

Quote:

Originally Posted by Alpha One (Post 1474013)
Really nice game... I added a little trainer in the zone. Great Work !

I knew that was coming :great

Toni Galvez 30 March 2021 14:28

Quote:

Originally Posted by Alpha One (Post 1474013)
Really nice game... I added a little trainer in the zone. Great Work !

Come on, learn to play :blased

DamienD 30 March 2021 14:37

Quote:

Originally Posted by Toni Galvez (Post 1474020)
Come on, learn to play :blased

Sure, but good to have options and you don't have to use the trainer.

Nice to be able to start on whatever level though, so you could pickup where you left off ;)

DanyPPC 30 March 2021 17:20

Played today on V4SA on which it works well.

Game is well done !

C64 version is more difficult.
This Amiga version is more playability.

The game is very addicitve.

saimon69 30 March 2021 19:28

Quote:

Originally Posted by Toni Galvez (Post 1474009)
We still got a nice "Time Pilot" on Amiga

Thank you so much, enjoy the game.

a - ERM - time pilot on Amiga, i remember did try it but something was putting me off - there should be also a version where they tried to do the classic graphics, if memory does not fool me

Well, not Time Pilot 84, though...
TP84

Nor a Juno First, that would be also perfect on Amiga...
Juno First

Darn, 80s konami shooters pre-gradius were something!

DamienD 30 March 2021 20:38

I wish someone would port the arcade version of Xevious to the Amiga ;)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VpyFHvPizYM


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