Retro Redux

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A collection of mini-games inspired by the Atari 2600. ARROWS to move. Z or ENTER for action.


YES! bring back old mermories! amazing, just... bravo :)

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JeffreyDriver responds:

Thanks! I'm glad you enjoyed it.

An excellent time-waster. Each of the minigames is quite fun in its own way, though I especially like Biplane Dogfight, Tank Outpost and Robotz (although it's a shame that the latter keeps looping after level 6). The two player mode for BpD is sure to bring a good laugh to you and a friend. The soundtrack on most levels sounds great and fits the theme.

A few nitpicks would be that the games get repetitive after a while (though there's enough of them to keep you entertained, still) and in Castle of Skulls it is impossible to progress past level 0, making it a rather short experience. Also, sometimes the fire/action input randomly and inexplicably stops working midway through a game.

All in all, it's worth a surprisingly long time of fun, even when the nostalgia factor is left out (I, for instance, am far too young to have played on the Atari in my days).

4.5/5, really enjoyed myself.

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JeffreyDriver responds:

Thanks for the feedback. I'm glad you enjoyed it. On Castle of Skulls you progress to the next level once you've collected all the coins. I haven't encountered the problem the with fire/action button, but I'll look into it. Did it happen on all games where it's used, or just some of them?

Nice game dude! However in Robotz the character is really slow and you should really improve the steering in Biplane Dogfight.

JeffreyDriver responds:

Thanks for the feedback. Your speed in the games does increase as the levels increase, but I'll look into tweaking them a little.

Edit: I've now made the changes.

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3.22 / 5.00

Aug 20, 2016
12:43 PM EDT
Action - Other