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    I played this for hours. Will play again. Highly recommended.
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    I have no idea what anyone would complain about. I was able to score 7 whole points on Brutal. This is a perfectly faithful adaptation of the classic "Dark Souls of tapping" title it seeks to emulate. 5/5, will tap again. And again and again and again, until I make 8 points.
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    Great pacman like game but with a bit different theme.
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    ? It didn't run on the old i3 at home.
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    A program that draws a fractal, nice that you can do that.
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    Great nostalgic demo, green hills is the best level ever.
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    Very nice! Interesting approach with those raster bars.
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    A simple game fairly well done. I'm not sure how good of a clone it is of the original, since I've not played that version. The tracking of which letters are not in the word is a nice feature, plus the highlighting of those that are helps a fair bit. The difficulty (and challenge) would increase if this panel was removable - maybe as an option. I'd make the following suggestions - allow the user to cursor over to a location and enter a letter at that position rather than always having to start at the first box. Also if the letter is in the correct location autofill it in all the subsequent lines rather than force the user to re enter it. Finally move the display to the centre of the screen. On my 76 inch monitor if is too far left I believe this game is well done, but it isn't my type of game.
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    Whoa. This makes me want to see the whole game for the X16 haha.
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    WOW!! The parallax scrolling is superb Sound only worked in the real (non-web) emulator for me, but that could be a limitation of that emulator?
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    If program crashes in the emulator use -ram option to specify RAM size. Default is 512 but we need 2048. x16emu.exe -ram 2048 -prg STNICCC.PRG
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    Reminds me more of Gyruss on the Atari 2600 than Galaxian, which is a good game btw.
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    Nice demo! Really pushing the X16 to the limits. Also, a VTuber on an X16 community? Interesting.
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    I always like to see accurate use pf PETSCII. This one looks relatively simple, yet very accurate and charming!
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    Great game that reminds me of the old galaga. It was fun and addictive.
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    Nice little wavy demo of a pharo pic. Had some scrolling for words. I guess this was the best 8 bit could do. I wish there was a way to do 16bit pictures though taking two cycles per 16 bits and get some nicer pictures. As far as that goes maybe it could do 24bit through three clock cycles. But I doubt that was even possible.
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    Looks like a bunch of Christmas cards and some music that is good for 8 bit era. And some multi colored text at the bottom.
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    Classic game like the original. I got close to beating the first level on my second or third try.
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    I played it yesterday. Déja-vu Galaga :). It was fun playing. Very nicely done! Some tips: - try to make more aliens. - more bullets to be active simultaneously. - aliens to fire more. - more levels, I could play the 12 levels without issues. - try maybe to bring in more colours. - maybe larger bullet types? Sven
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    This game is pure evil! I had to get my 13 y/o to try and get past level 5 needless to say he rubbed it in mercilessly. However you have done a wonderful job propagating it to the x16!
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    Amazing job, I really appreciate the complexity of your game so far: programming these movement patterns and petscii graphics routines using prog8 I love galaga and this could be a very fun game to play if it is fleshed out a little bit more, and adding some sound effects to it to top it all off Hence 4 out of 5 stars, still a bit room for growth edit: updated to 5/5 stars because the recent versions improved many things and sound effects have also been present for a while now!!
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    Wow! What a blast from the past! I remember playing this on the Apple II/e in Junior High in the 80's. Thanks for bringing it back. Needs to be adjusted for inflation and maybe have the police drive up and fine them for operating without a vendors license.
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    Very nice. I am a Ham myself, and am currently learning Morse Code. Hopefully, it won't take long for me to get on CW. I am also learning this version of BASIC, and am glad to see that the code is available to look at and learn from. 73's
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    I’m addicted to this game. I wish there were more levels.
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    I was just googling the z-machine file format standard when I stopped and thought "maybe I'm not the first person to think of this". Super excited to see this already here!
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    Fantastic idea and great start! Keep it up. Text adventures are the best!
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