frankodragon‘s Roof Pooper is a game where you poop on unsuspecting ‘victims’ but there’s one twist: You cannot poop on cops! If you do, you’ll receive a star. If you poop on three cops, the game’s over. In other words, beware if you have two stars. If you end up pooping on a third cop, you’ll wind up in jail!
You’re a micro-man (whom looks like the same guy from Chicago Basement) as you traverse in some person’s digestive system. Why you’re in there, who knows? All you want to do is escape the slimy walls while tackling undigested food stuffs such as roast beef, carrots and potatoes. And there are bosses like Crabby Cabbage, Bad Bean and Bruto Broccoli.
You have a fork, but if you can find one, a knife will better your chances. Some levels are blocked so you may have to find a Gelatin Key. There are also replenishing junk foods such as cake and fried chicken.
SiO2 comes up with Alpha Race for the Atari 7800. It’s a rather simple game where you have to shoot at enemies but also dodge their bullets. All the gameplay happens on a single screen. The game is currently still in development.
Reverse Engineer updated his Atari 7800 game Time Salvo, which is an update on the classic computer game Crossfire.
Shoot the enemies, and avoid being shot. After some time passes in the level, humanoids will begin appearing. Your enemies will kill the humanoids if they touch them, but if you run into the humanoids they will follow you. Keep them safe until the end of the level. Periodically you will need to refuel on ammunition. An alarm will sound, and you’ll see the ammunition on the playfield. Run across the ammunition to pick it up. Every 2 rounds you will reach the challenging stage, where 4 waves of enemies will race across the screen in patterns. If you shoot all 44 enemies you will earn an extra life.
In Poetiru by Sebastian Mihai the player controls a brown bear who must eat four bouncing cupcakes. There are nine levels to clear, each level featuring an additional enemy. At the beginning of each level the bear is invulnerable and cannot move until the player presses the fire button to begin. Use this to your advantage, to wait for a gap in the enemies movement.
Dungeon Stalker for Atari 7800 by Atarius Maximus started out as an homage to Intellivision’s Night Stalker and ultimately evolved into something own. Right now this game should still be considered a work in progress, however it is very a complete and playable game as it is.
I posted 1.190 on 6/11/15, it contains many new features and lots of bug fixes. I also removed the original instruction manual text, put the latest manual behind a spoiler tag, and also added it as a pdf attachment. I highly recommend reviewing the manual as it describes key elements of the game that are important if you want to truly enjoy playing it.
Boom! by Atarius Maximus is a small game similar to Activision’s Kaboom. There are 5 levels that get progressively faster, once you’re on level 5 the speed doesn’t change. You start with three buckets, if you miss a bomb you will lose one. You get 10 points per bomb caught. Once you’ve lost all 3 buckets you will go back to the title screen and your current score will be displayed.
Maintaining PDRoms is hard work and very time consuming. News don’t write themselves and also need to be found first. Furthermore donations will help us to pay the server and the domain. Additionally it pays the junk food consumed, while posting news and/or updating the files :)