Ghosts'n Goblins (1985)
"Makaimura" (original title)

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September 1985 (Japan)  »

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It was impossible
13 March 2005 | by (The Penumbra) – See all my reviews

I remember playing this really hard game on my Commodore 64 years and years ago. The graphics were far from sophisticated but it was still quite fun. You would play Sir Arthur, a Knight on a mission to rescue a Princess of some kind from a bunch of monsters. If you touched the bad guys Arthur would jump out of his armor and run about in his g-string and if he touched them again his bones would jump out of his skin.

Mark Cooksey's music was the grooviest and coolest thing about it, definitely one of the most memorable tunes on C64 (which, surprisingly, had many cool tunes).

Later remade (practically) as Ghouls and Ghosts, which was equally as hard, if not harder as you had to finish it twice to TRULY finish it.

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