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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…

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…

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 game mechanics were copied into other games too, like the Game Boy game "Motocross Maniacs". The basic premise of the game is to control a bike using acceleration, braking, "hopping" and "wheelies" to navigate across a cou…

Kawasaki Synthesizer

Kawasaki Synthesizer

Genre: Musique

The Kawasaki Synthesizer is a musical software tool for the Commodore 64 created in 1983 by Japanese jazz musician, Ryo Kawasaki. The first of four music programs created by Kawasaki, Kawasaki Synthesizer was followed by Kawasaki Rhythm Rocker in 1985, and then Kawasaki Magical Musiquill in 1985. Following this Kawasaki created Kawasaki MIDI Workstation his only software title intended for professional use instead of personal or educational use.

Knight 'n' Grail

Knight 'n' Grail

Genre: Aventure, Plate-forme

Publishers: Psytronik Software

Knight 'n' Grail is a side-scrolling action-adventure game released in 2009 for the Commodore 64. It was developed by Swedish indie studio Wide Pixel Games, and published by Psytronik Software. Knight 'n' Grail is set in a castle maze of approximately 100 rooms,

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 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…

Kokotoni Wilf

Kokotoni Wilf

Genre: Aventure, Arcade, Plate-forme

Publishers: Elite Systems

Kokotoni Wilf is an arcade adventure 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.

Knights of Legend

Knights of Legend

Genre: Jeu de rôle

Publishers: Origin Systems

Knights of Legend, released by Origin Systems in 1989, is a role-playing video game.

Kampfgruppe

Kampfgruppe

Genre: Stratégie

Publishers: Strategic Simulations

Kampfgruppe est un jeu vidéo de type wargame créé par Gary Grigsby et publié par Strategic Simulations en 1985 sur Apple II, Atari 8-bit et Commodore 64 puis porté en 1987 sur IBM PC et Amiga. Le jeu se déroule pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale et simule des combats tactiques sur le front de l’est entre 1941 et 1945. Il propose quatre scénarios : l’attaque de Berlin par les troupes soviétiques, l’attaque de Kiev, les combats entre allemands et russes près de Bryansk et l’offensive allemande à S…

Killed Until Dead

Killed Until Dead

Genre: Aventure

Publishers: Accolade

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.

Kids on Keys

Kids on Keys

Genre: Éducation

Publishers: Spinnaker Software

Kids on Keys is a 1983 educational video game by Spinnaker Software, designed by Freeda Lekkerkerker.

Kong Strikes Back!

Kong Strikes Back!

Genre: Plate-forme

Publishers: Ocean Software

Kong Strikes Back! is a video game published by Ocean Software in 1984 for the Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum. It is heavily inspired by Mr. Do's Wild Ride. This is one of the first games with music composed by Martin Galway.

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.

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.

Knights of the Desert

Knights of the Desert

Genre: Stratégie, Tour par tour

Publishers: Strategic Simulations

Knights of the Desert est un jeu vidéo de type wargame créé par Chuck Kroegel et David Landrey et publié par Strategic Simulations en 1983 sur Apple II, Atari 8-bit, C64 et TRS-80 puis en 1985 sur IBM PC. Le jeu se déroule pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale et simule la campagne d’Égypte et de Libye de 1941-1943 à un niveau opérationnel,. Le joueur dirige les forces anglaises ou allemandes et peut affronter l'ordinateur ou un autre joueur. Les Anglais tentent de repousser les Allemands au-delà d…

Kayleth

Kayleth

Genre: Aventure

Publishers: Adventure Soft,US Gold

Kayleth is a first person adventure video game for the Commodore 64 and the ZX Spectrum that was developed and published by Adventure Soft. The game has cyberpunk, sci fi and photo adventure elements.

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. The game is notable as the first video game to accurately reflect the gameplay of table tennis, as opposed to earlier simplifications like Pong. As with other Konami titles of the time, it was ported to several 8-bit computer systems and video game consoles.

Kid Niki: Radical Ninja

Kid Niki: Radical Ninja

Genre: Plate-forme

Publishers: Irem,Data East

Kid Niki: Radical Ninja, known in Japan as Kaiketsu Yanchamaru (快傑ヤンチャ丸, lit. "The Wonderful Yanchamaru"), is an arcade game developed and published by Irem in 1986, and was later published outside Japan by Data East in 1987. The arcade game runs on Irem-62 Hardware, the same as Kung Fu Master. The differences between the Kid Niki: Radical Ninja and Kaiketsu Yancha Maru are minimal. Aside from text translation, the most glaring difference is the main character's hair style. Kid Niki's hair is mo…