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Storm Chase [Commodore 64]
Storm Chase is a Commodore 64 game written as a covered feature for Scene World issue #30. The game has been made as a little programming challenge on theC64 full size, combined with a disk image full of public domain utilities.
Storm Chase is a simple quality little dodge 'em game in which you are a fearless storm chaser. A giant magic grey cloud hovers over your village, pouring down with giant raindrops. Your quest is to guide your storm chaser and catch those magic rain drops and avoid letting the rain drops hit the ground, otherwise the river banks will start rising. Once the river bank reaches over the flood defence gates, you will lose a life.
You will have a limited amount of rain drops to catch, in order to completely rescue your village. However, there are 16 levels to complete, and the cloud will occasionally fire out lightning bolts. Try not to get struck and enjoy the great outdoors.
Programming by Richard Bayliss
Graphics by Richard Bayliss
Music by Richard Bayliss
Tape Turbo loader source by Martin Piper
Zap 'n Load loader game by Richard Bayliss
Source code and game data also included for exploring and learning from
(C) 2020 The New Dimension
This game, and its content is classed as free digital software. TND Games consents copying, sharing, modification/improvements and respectable broadcast of this production. However TND Games does not consent any part of this production to be used for physical or digital reproduction for sales or marketing of this production without permission from TND Games.
Simply download the .zip archive. Unzip it with a Windows Zip application and install the game files to your PC, and then copy the desired programs to an SD-CARD or USB or run in VICE or equivalent. The game should also work on Ultimate 64, theC64 , 1541Ultimate 2 or other hardware devices plugged to your C64. SDIEC users - use the D64 version. TAP version is for tape loader fans :)