Goldorak – A kick ass Shoot ’em up by Zisquier for the Amstrad CPC plus and GX4000!

Amstrad GX4000 owners might like this latest news story that’s just been sent to us by Saberman, as if you’re looking for a new Shoot em up to play, then Zisquier has you covered with his brand new Amstrad Plus and GX4000 game called ‘Goldorak’; a new game which is a nod to the classic anime of Grendizer; a TV anime series produced by Dynamic Productions and animated by Toei Animation airing October 5, 1975 to February 27,1977. In light of this news, Saberman has also done a new video of the game in action .

And here’s the latest from the cpcwiki forums. “Its development, somewhat sporadic, has certainly experienced as many phases of latency as accelerations. But our valiant programmer, our talented musician and your servant never stopped working and believing in him. Today, we are as proud as we are happy to announce that Goldorak is finally arriving on GX4000 and Amstrad Plus!”

“With a cartridge so jam-packed with colorful pixels, electronic notes and compiled data that we were even forced to make numerous compromises and difficult choices to fit in as much as possible, we are today very happy to finally be able to offer a 64 KB compatible shoot’em up. We hope that you will enjoy this little game for which we have shown all our affection for the famous cartoon from our childhood, as well as for the unloved Amstrad console”.

“With this adaptation, we nourished the hope of producing the most effective shoot’em up on the crocodile console, while trying not to betray the philosophy and the very essence of our favorite anime. We sincerely hope that we have accomplished this mission, even if it is the players who will ultimately judge it. Now all we have to do is entrust our baby to the Amstrad community, in the hope that they will welcome him with interest and kindness. The CPR is now available on the official project webpage:”

“Have a good game everyone and good luck facing Vega’s forces!”

“The Earth has never needed you so much!”

  • GFX : Eric ‘Titan’ Cubizolle
  • Music : Johan ‘Pulsophonic’
  • Code : Thomas ‘Zisquier’ Bressel

Links :1) Source 2) Forum

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