Vectrex's Spike converted to Commodore 64

SpikeC64Members of the Commodore 64 Demo Scene have been hard at work again, this time to bring you a conversion of an old Vectrex classic, Spike. The team behind the game had converted another Vectrex game for Commodore 64, Fortress Of Narzod, a year earlier.

The game was released at Breakpoint 2010 (an annual German demo scene party), by a small team known as Tristar & Red Sector Incorporated. Breakpoint 2010 held many competitions, in particular the Mixed Game category, Spike was one of the entries reaching second place.
The game is free and available to download from the Commodore 64 Scene Database website

Link: Download Spike for the Commodore 64



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(Link to this comment) 8-Bit-Relic 2013-09-27 22:00
This is probably the best conversion of this game until now. I allowed myself to add a link of my game review here:

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