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10 January 2007

Ghosts ‘n Goblins

 in 1988,Arcade — bunnzy

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Ooh, scary ๐Ÿ˜‰ I remember playing this game way back on the C64. It was a lot of fun then, and still is a lot of fun now on the PC ๐Ÿ™‚

Another one of my much loved side-scrolling platform games. You can climb up and down things, and go onto different levels etc. But you still go from left to right jumping around and killing all the baddies, trying to make it to the end of the level. Sweeet!

Your enemies are scary monsters that come out of graves and other ominous places, such as zombies, ghosts, bats and icky things. You are the trusty knight who slays these hideous beasts and goes around doing the general kickass job heโ€™s supposed to do! You can collect various things to make you stronger and aid in your battle to get to the end of the game.

I was just reading that to complete the game you have to go back to the beginning and go right through again on a harder level. You have to complete it twice in total to actually complete it. Man, talk about rough! I never even made it through once! This game is HARD! So if you are sick of all the way-too-easy games, and you think you are the beeโ€™s knees then maybe you should try this game out ๐Ÿ˜‰

Pretty good-looking game considering it is 14 years old! Great colours, and the monsters all look scary and you look like the hero youโ€™re supposed to be ๐Ÿ™‚ Typical PC speaker sounds.

Turned out to be a very cool PC game and everyone should give it a go, especially if you never got to have a turn on the C64, because itโ€™s a great game and a very wicked challenge.

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Ghosts ‘n Goblins

  • Designed by: CAPCOM
  • Published by: CAPCOM

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2 Responses to “Ghosts ‘n Goblins”

  1. a gravatar Malus Vir Says:

    I thought this was the best game ever when it came out even though I was only 5 yrs old. I played it every day on my tandy 1000ex. That tandy was so cool it had an internal 5 1/4″ an external 3 1/2″ two joysticks, a dot matrix printer, upgraded memory to 640k, and a 300 baud modem. lol

  2. a gravatar HENRY Says:

    its amazing the best of the best game i remember.

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