Is it possible you could review the Commodore 64 version of Castlevania? Not right now, or even soon, but I'd like to see how it stacks up against the NES version.
I have a question about the floppy disk icon though. I actually own a couple C64 games, though I don't have an actual computer to play them on (they belonged to my family, who I think used to own one before I was born). One of them is Congo Bongo, but I have a cartridge copy of it. Do you know if there is any difference between the two, aside from the format itself?
Space Taxi is a classic, and should probably rate around A- in my opinion... as it's much more forgiving then Gravitar on Atari 2600 but still a nice challenge. (Now share the same grade)
Space Taxi has difficulty settings for each different Taxi route... and should appeal
to any gamer, novice or advanced. Plus all the stages are very creative.
B- seems to fall sorta short to me.
A ROM image was probably dumped and converted to a disk format. Just about every C64 game on cart was converted by some hacker.
There really wasn't a good home version of Congo Bongo.
Anyway - C64 games definitely got more advanced as the years went on and I would like to see some of the later games reviewed.
I agree with the Commodore 64 Congo Bongo review. Congo Bongo on the Commodore 64 is not a game that you will want in your collection.
The game Cauldron is a nice game to play around Halloween. I want to add this to my collection when I get a floppy drive.
The reviews on the Commodore 64 computer and the three software games are well written and enjoyable to reading them.