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[FREE GAME] Pharao's Revenge - Atari 65XE Classic

Discussion in 'Made With Unity' started by M4RCIN, Aug 7, 2018.

  1. M4RCIN

    M4RCIN

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    As a kid, I loved playing original Montezuma / Preliminary Monty (Atari 65XE). It was a difficult and challenging game. It is rare to find such games nowadays.

    I decided to create something similar for my kids so that they could see how many nerves, suffering and despair it cost to get to the next levels :)

    If you decide to play this difficult (I hope) game, you will visit dozens of chambers full of skulls, snakes and spiders.

    Collect keys that will open the right door, a weapon that will defeat enemies and treasures that will make you famous - this game contains a ranking of the best players from around the world. You do not need to set up an account or login!

    Good luck!

    Google Play Store link:
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=pl.m4gamess.treasure
     
  2. ApplixirKyle

    ApplixirKyle

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    This is such a cool idea! I used to love games like this too, beating a level just seemed that much more satisfactory after dying a million times. Do you have plans to add this to iOS any time soon?