QUOD INIT EXIT IIm
A downloadable Commodore 64 game for Windows
ZAMPO IS ON A MISSION (AND AS HUNGRY AS EVER)
Suinio used to be an idyllic world, but now a terrible calamity plagues it: all the toilet bowls have been turned into hundreds of potties that have been scattered all around!
Help Zampo collect them so that witch Cotechina can bring them back to their original state...
WHAT IS THIS?
QUOD INIT EXIT IIm is a platformer with original mechanics, a few puzzle elements, and an unprecedented graphical engine that sports:
- huge 2048x688 map
- colorful high resolution graphics
- full screen, free-positional, sub-pixel, 50 FPS scrolling
- smoothly animated main character
- cool background animations
Psst... IIm reads Secundus Minimus, as this is a minimal-size (16 kB) sequel to QUOD INIT EXIT.
QUOD INIT EXIT IIm is a Commodore 64 game. It comes on cartridge (16 kB / EasyFlash) and disk images, but, to let everyone enjoy it easily, it is available also on AmigaOS 4 and Windows as package that allows to install and run the game as if it were a native application (thanks to the VICE emulator).
Requires: PAL C64 computer (disk version: + 1541 drive)
Compatible with: any SID chip (disk version: + 1541 drive emulators, sd2iec devices, fast loaders)
QUOD INIT EXIT IIm is part of a saga that, as of writing, includes six different games.
BOH opens the story, with the Evil Masters bringing chaos to Earth. Huenison focuses on the fight against one of them, the eponymous character. Eventually the Evil Masters were repelled, but, as seen in QUOD INIT EXIT IIm, during their retreat, Huenison and his companions happened to pass by planet Suinio and decided to cause trouble there as well. Having witnessed the Evil Masters' cruelty, the Pemkians decided develop the defense training program that SkillGrid is part of. In MAH, years later, the danger came from the Apocalypser, the weapon that had been developed against the Evil Masters and that the Purifiers activated to destroy the Earth. Finally, KOG assigns a new task to the hero who turned the Apocalypser off.
|Release date||Jun 06, 2016|
|Tags||2D, 8-Bit, Colorful, Commodore 64, Cute, jumping, Pixel Art, Puzzle-Platformer, Retro, sprites|
|Average session||About a half-hour|
|Links||Patreon, Facebook, Twitter|
In order to download this Commodore 64 game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $1.99 USD. You will get access to the following files:
- HistoryMar 12, 2018