YOOGOR Released for the ZX81 and Timex Sinclair 1000 / 1500 (16K)

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YOOGOR Screenshot: 16K ZX81, Timex Sinclair 1000/1500YOOGOR Screenshot: 16K ZX81, Timex Sinclair 1000/1500This one looks real good for all users of the ZX81 and Timex Sinclair 1000/1500:

"YOOGOR" is an all-graphic, all-animation adventure game featuring Yoo in his first major role. You have previously seen him in "ZXOKO-BAN" and "IZXOLA". If not, go and download the games.

The aim of the game is to guide Yoogor to his lost shield and to bring him back with his shield to his castle. There are 4 major difficulties to do that, 1) the constant threat of falling, 2) the secret of gates opening, 3) the selection of the safest path to go ahead and, 4) the various traps along the way.

Only the 4 arrow keys (of the ZX81) are needed to play. To pick up an object, simply go over it. The other 2 keys available are "R" for REDO and "Q" for QUIT.

To help you there are more than 30 messages to appear in the dialog box. Yoogor can move left, move right, climb up, climb down, but he CAN NOT JUMP.

The program is written entirely with the Sinclair basic using only the characters of the ZX81/TS1000 and runs within only 16KB of memory.

Available now: DEMO1ABE, DEMO2ABE, ZXOKO-BAN, ZX-A-MINE, ZXNAKE2, JUMCAT, ELEUZXIS, THIEF, AUTUMN, INZXEC, AWARI2, ZXENIUS, PERMIT, B-VENTURE, ONE TO FIVE, MARSLANDER, ZX-RACE, ILLUZXION, THE WOLF AND 5 LITTLE GOATS, IZXOLA, OODUNNIT, DIPIC2, ARTIST, TURTLE, ALIEN MIND, 5 ARCADE GAMES, SUDOKU, IN BETWEEN, YOOGOR ...

Available soon: KEYBOARD, PAUSE ...

From:

Goodby(t)e, ANDRE***
http://www.zx-team.de/andre
http://zx81.ordi5.free.fr/andre/andre.htm

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Mark Vergeer
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Bill have you tried this out

Bill have you tried this out on one of your real machines yet?

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Bill Loguidice
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Mark Vergeer wrote:Bill have
Mark Vergeer wrote:

Bill have you tried this out on one of your real machines yet?

I have not gotten around to figuring out how to transfer tape ROM images to a WAV file for recording to a real cassette. I definitely plan on it though.

I actually asked ANDRE if he'd be interesting in selling any of these, and I guess he doesn't want to bother with it these days, so yeah, I guess the only option is emulation or transfer to tape.

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