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Knight Force

Knight Force

Genre: Beat'em-up, Hack'n'slash, Plate-forme, Course, Simulation

Publishers: Titus France

Knight Force is a video game developed by Titus France for the Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Amiga, IBM PC compatibles, and the ZX Spectrum. It was published in 1989.

Killer Gorilla

Killer Gorilla

Genre: Plate-forme

Publishers: Micro Power

Killer Gorilla is a clone of Donkey Kong written by Adrian Stephens and originally published by Micro Power for the BBC Micro in 1983 and ported to the Acorn Electron and Amstrad CPC computers in 1984. Stephens wrote Killer Gorilla at the age of 17 after buying a magazine with screenshots of Donkey Kong. He was paid 400 pounds for the game. Stephens wrote two other games for Micro Power: Escape From Moonbase Alpha and Mr EE, a clone of Universal's Mr. Do!.

Kikstart 2

Kikstart 2

Genre: Course

Publishers: Mastertronic

Kikstart 2 is a motorcycle trials racing videogame released for the Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum. It enjoyed more success than its predecessor, Kikstart. The game allowed 2-player simultaneous (via a split-screen facility) or 1-player, vs-computer play. The basic premise is to control a bike using acceleration, braking, "hopping" and "wheelies" to navigate across a course of various obstacles, from ramps and gates to telephone boxes and tyres. The game was based on the BBC Te…

Kobyashi Naru

Kobyashi Naru

Genre: Aventure

Kobyashi Naru is a 1987 adventure game by Mastertronic. The title comes from the Kobayashi Maru scenario in the Star Trek fictional universe, a training test. The player attempts to complete a series of challenges in order to complete the Kobyashi Naru test. Gameplay is standard for text-based adventures of the era. ZZap!64 summed it up as "harmless claptrap", while CVG Magazine commented on the "extremeley basic" graphics. Computer Gamer praised the intuitiveness of the game's parser, as oppose…

Kane

Kane

Genre: Action

Publishers: Mastertronic

Kane is a multi-section action game published by Mastertronic for the Commodore 64 in 1986. It was ported to the Acorn Electron, Amstrad CPC, BBC Micro, ZX Spectrum, and the Commodore 16 and Plus/4. The game is set in the Wild West, and its name is a reference to the main character of the film High Noon. It consists of four distinct scenes, although some versions only contain two. A sequel was released in 1988.

Krakout

Krakout

Genre: Puzzle

Publishers: Gremlin Graphics

Krakout is a Breakout clone that was released for the ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, BBC Micro, Commodore 64, Thomson computers and MSX platforms in 1987. One of the wave of enhanced Breakout variants to emerge in the wake of Arkanoid, its key distinctions are that gameplay is horizontal in layout, and that it allows the player to select the acceleration characteristics of the bat before playing. It was written by Andy Green and Rob Toone and published by Gremlin Graphics. The music was composed by B…

Knight Lore

Knight Lore

Genre: Action, Aventure, Plate-forme

Publishers: Ultimate Play the Game

Knight Lore est un jeu vidéo d'action-aventure en 2D isométrique développé et édité par Ultimate Play the Game en 1984 sur ZX Spectrum et Amstrad CPC. Le jeu a été adapté sur Famicom Disk System et MSX en 1986. Le personnage incarné explore un labyrinthe dans le but de conjurer la malédiction qui a fait de lui un loup-garou. Le jeu est la suite de Sabre Wulf et Underwurlde (1984). Malgré des environnements à deux couleurs, le jeu était techniquement très avancé pour l'époque. Le jeu inaugure le …

Killed Until Dead

Killed Until Dead

Genre: Aventure

Killed Until Dead is an adventure game developed by Artech and published by Accolade in 1986. It was released on Apple II, Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, and ZX Spectrum. It has been described as a mix between Cluedo and a logic puzzle.

Klax

Klax

Genre: Puzzle

Publishers: Atari Games,Tengen

Klax est un jeu vidéo de puzzle développé et édité par Atari Games sur borne d'arcade en 1989. Le jeu a été adapté sur de nombreux supports familiaux.

Knight Tyme

Knight Tyme

Genre: Aventure, Musique

Publishers: Mastertronic

Knight Tyme is a computer game released for the ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64 and MSX compatibles in 1986. It was published by Mastertronic as part of their Mastertronic Added Dimension label. Two versions of the ZX Spectrum release were published: a full version for the 128K Spectrum (which was published first) and a cut-down version for the 48K Spectrum that removed the music, some graphics and some locations (which was published later). It was programmed by David Jones and is the thi…

Kong Strikes Back!

Kong Strikes Back!

Genre: Plate-forme

Publishers: Ocean Software

Kong Strikes Back! is a 1984 platform video game published by Ocean Software in 1984 for the Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum. While its predecessor, Kong, is a Donkey Kong clone, Kong Strikes Back! is a clone of Mr. Do's Wild Ride with Donkey Kong-inspired graphics.

Kentilla

Kentilla

Genre: Aventure

Publishers: Micromega

Kentilla is a text adventure game written by British developer Derek Brewster and published by Micromega. It was later rereleased as a budget title by Mastertronic. Game music composer Rob Hubbard created the score for the Commodore 64 version, while the ZX Spectrum and Amstrad CPC versions were mute.

Kenny Dalglish Soccer Match

Kenny Dalglish Soccer Match

Genre: Sport

Kenny Dalglish Soccer Match est un jeu vidéo de football développé et publié par Impressions Games en 1989 sur Amiga, Atari ST et ZX Spectrum. Il est le second volet d’une série de trois jeux de football après Kenny Dalglish Soccer Manager, un jeu de management sportif, qui est également le premier jeu développé par le studio,.

Kwik Snax

Kwik Snax

Genre: Aventure

Publishers: Codemasters

Kwik Snax is an arcade style maze video game play developed by the Oliver Twins and was published in 1990 by Codemasters for the Amstrad, Spectrum, Commodore 64, MS-DOS, and Amiga. It was the fifth game in the Dizzy series and is considered a sequel to Fast Food. After the Oliver twins had completed Operation Gunship they wanted to release another puzzle game similar to Fast Food which only required two weeks of development time, however unexpectedly it required much more time.The Rear cover (Am…

Kokotoni Wilf

Kokotoni Wilf

Genre: Aventure, Arcade, Plate-forme

Publishers: Elite Systems

Kokotoni Wilf is an action-adventure game game released by Elite Systems in 1984 for the Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, and ZX Spectrum home computers. The game was inspired by Jet Set Willy.

Kaiser

Kaiser

Genre: Stratégie, Simulation

Publishers: Ariolasoft

Kaiser is a West German strategy video game developed and published by Ariolasoft. In 2003 Kaiser II author Carsten Strotmann released the source code under the GNU Public Licence.

Konami's Ping Pong

Konami's Ping Pong

Genre: Sport

Publishers: Konami

Konami's Ping Pong is a sports arcade game created in 1985 by Konami. It is the first video game to accurately reflect the gameplay of table tennis, as opposed to earlier simplifications like Pong. It was ported to the Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, Famicom Disk System, MSX, and ZX Spectrum.

Koronis Rift

Koronis Rift

Genre: Stratégie

Publishers: Epyx,Activision Blizzard

Koronis Rift est un jeu vidéo d’action et de stratégie développé par Lucasfilm Games. Initialement commercialisé sur Commodore 64 et Atari 8-bit en décembre 1985, le jeu est ensuite publié sur Amstrad CPC, Apple II, MSX, TRS-80 et ZX Spectrum. Le jeu se déroule en 2049 sur une planète anciennement habitée par une race d’extra-terrestres très avancées, les Anciens, ayant fui celle-ci à cause des radiations. Le joueur incarne un chasseur de trésor explorant cette planète à la recherche des artefac…

Knight Orc

Knight Orc

Genre: Aventure

Publishers: Rainbird Software

Knight Orc is a standard text adventure game, with limited graphics on some platforms, by Level 9 released in 1987. It comes with a short novella by Peter McBride ("The Sign of the Orc") explaining the background to the story.

Killerball

Killerball

Genre: Action, Sport

Publishers: Microids

Killerball is a video game about a futuristic sports game published by Microïds in 1989 which blends American football with roller-skating, similar to the 1975 film Rollerball. This violent game is played in a circular rink where each 5-man team tries to score by putting the ball into the hole of the opposing team on the opposite sides of the track. Taking the ball from an opponent can only be done by knocking him down.