Posted: Sun Mar 04, 2012 12:54 am Post subject: Lemon/EAB Super League 2012: Round 4 - Cast your votes...
Lemon/EAB Super League 2012
Important Special Round Rule
This is the vote for the first special round of the season. When voting you can only choose games that are listed as either Public Domain, Freeware, Shareware, Coverdisk full games, Promotional, or even hidden games. Basically anything considered non-commercial.
The two games with the most votes will be played. If you are in doubt about a games status, ask in the thread before you vote, or contact a Moderator. It will be sorted out before the end of voting.
This vote is for the games we will play in Round 4.
The voting starts now and will end Saturday 17th March 23:59 UK Time.
Vote for 5 games.
Remember to choose games suitable for competition play.
Your first choice gets 5 points, second 4pts, third 3pts, fourth 2pts, fifth 1pt.
The winner of the previous round will get their vote doubled (1st choice = 10pts etc).
Edited votes will de discounted - so think before you post.
Tactical or nosey voters can see the EAB voting thread HERE.
The following games have already been chosen, so you cannot vote for them:
R03: Sesible Golf [link]
R02: The Chaos Engine [link]
R01: James Pond 2: Codename Robocod [link]
5. Missile Command - the classic anti-nuke action game.
Some other games I considered were:
Aquanaut - by F1 Licenseware - (cybernoid clone, wouldn't mind playing this actually)
Drip - (great first few levels but gets too hard after level 8 to be fun).
Magnetic Fields 'MF' Tanks - (smooth and fast but a bit boring)
Scorched Tanks / Tanx - (excellect games but have no high score tables)
Damage: The Sadistic Butchering of Humanity - (HOL says its commercial)
Catch 'Em - (catch the moneys!, but HOL says its commercial)
Dr. Mario - (a good Tetris variant but too repetitive for me)
Dr. Strange 1 & 2 - (ok gameplay but not very rewarding, DS2 is a bit better)
Hydrozone / Speedracer FX - (both great games but no high scores possible)
POD - (another space invaders clone, not as fun as Better Dead TA..)
Cybernetix (dropzone/defender clone, quite good but not 'my thing' really)
Also remember: "The two games with the most votes will be played in the next round."
edited: changed 4th entry as requested
edited: added video links
Last edited by lifeschool on Sun Mar 11, 2012 2:40 pm; edited 3 times in total
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Posted: Wed Mar 14, 2012 1:06 pm Post subject:
lifeschool, Adventures of Quik & Silva is under commercial licence isn't it?
I thought it was given away on magazine covers, and because it infringes on other games and is very short, makes sense that it's PD. So Lemon's license info may be wrong. Although it is very polished and came out on multiple systems. Anyone else remember this one? _________________
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