This should not be labeled as a Windows/Mac game.
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I just watched wreck it ralph lol
Actually Amazing game, so much fun, Lots of hard work in this, thanks for your time and effort, So happy to support it :)
Delightful game and very well implemented. I'm back here today, to show a little love to the developer and donate to his cause.
hi, works on THEC64 MAXI ? thx.
I Love thie game. It's pretty close to the original arcade 😉.
The only thing I'm missing, is that it doesn't save the high scores. Or should it save them and I did something wrong?
Finally I can play this fantastic game on my C64. Thanks to the developers and thank you for the great idea to combine the download of the game with a donation campaign for UNICEF. A great idea!!!
The graphics are top notch
This is incredibly fun to play. I really appreciate all the hard work that went into this. It has such excellent playability and works very well on the C64 Maxi. Thank you so much.
This is a masterpiece! :)
I wonder about the level selection: it is possible to choose levels 1-16, but it looks like 16 is not the last level, but the game does get harder even after that? If one starts at level 16, it looks like there will be two birds and two balconies, but after a few levels, the number of balconies will go up to four.
I wonder if there is a level limit after which all the levels will be of equal difficulty, or will the game get harder indefinitely some way? (max bird speed seem to be a little bit faster also in after level 16)
Definitely 5/5 arcade game mechanics, great work!
Yes, that is the game difficulty in general. Every time you clear a floor, the difficulty increases a tiny bit. Birds get faster, Ralph gets faster and spend less time in "angry mode", so you don't have much notice before he starts throwing bricks, and various other little things. The maximum difficulty is at level 48. Now normally if you start from level 1, you might not get to level 48 because you complete the game before (999999 score). Starting from level 16 will make it possible to experience the highest difficulty level. But good luck with that!!!
beautiful, very faithful to the original arcade version.
Great game. Simple and fun. My son loves it.
I've been playing this with the kids, great old style arcade fun, very playable and has a real one more go feel to it all. Top notch game, and well worth dropping a few pounds to a good cause
A very cool and funny game with beautiful and colorful graphics, the animations and sound effects are great and it works perfectly on my The C64 full -size. Don't hesitate to remunerate the author, it's for a good cause !
A great conversion - was delighted to do some playtesting for this game. Decided to do a Low-Score challenge video (I like to do things a bit differently to other YouTubers) - check it out if you like:
I can't convince the game to get past the loading screen. I'm sure I must be doing something wrong. I'm using RetroArch to load the prg file using the VICE fast core. I have an Xbox 360 gamepad assigned to port #2. Should this be working under this configuration?
Pure joy ! Kids loved it. Looking forward for other titles from you.
this game is great anyway, I might port this onto my arcade cabinet that glitched out. thank you for helping me fix it pal! the only problem is that it wont run on laptop. it'sa how I test things. I sold my C64 3 years ago. :/
Excelente iniciativa que pone a grandes seres humanos, a crear tras un monitor y un teclado, por los niños. Gracias por devolver a la ilusión de cuando críos y por fomentarla hoy en día.
Enhorabuena por tan bonito juego y causa.
Just been playing this on a The C64 (AKA: C64 Maxi) & it works perfectly.
Fantastic work as always mate.
This game is awesome, it catch all the good things of the original and blast them into our C64.
Just fabulous - well worth a few pounds donation.
Huge congratulations to everyone involved - a great piece of software...
I played Commodore 64 is really great.
Not sure what kind of emulator you used, but the speech is very distorted.
Try vice for perfect emulation or, even better, run it on a Commodore 64!
The game has been enabled on real Commodore 64 . :/
I write in the Description under each film ;)
"Ps. If there are any slowdowns, jumps, clipping, I apologize in advance, but the games are played on real devices connected to the image relay, later to the PC and recorded in the program."
Such a great game ! Thank you !
Okay, I've now had a chance to play and this game is SOOOOO authentic in that old arcade game feel. Awesome work as ever Tony and gang.
You should all be proud!
Thanks to all the people who donated!
We raised 750 pounds in the first 24 hours.
Maravilloso juego para nuestra querida C64.
Engancha desde el primer momento, las gráficas están excelentes, las voces digitalizadas geniales y la música una maravilla, si fuera una revista de la época le doy 10/10.
Donated... And let me tell you, I am really enjoying this game. You guys did an OUTSTANDING job on this and it is truly fun and addicting.
@Brokenbytes bought it and loved it really nice, I made a real tape and knocked up a tape case inlay and label anyone who's a member of the FB Commodore 64/128 group can download
Wow thanks. That surely looks amazing
Excellent game. I'm definitely putting this one on to my Ultimate 64 and theC64 full size. Very playable, great speech. Neat music.
Some people have reported poor speech for the cutscenes and the intro-screen on the ultimate64, but not for the in-game speech. So let me know your experience.
My time of game & on my favourite machine! - Brilliant!
great game, fantatic code, music and gfx. also very entertaining!
only thing missing: an option to choose between easy/normal/hard difficulty gameplay. I wanted to test Ralph's AI at hard level! :)
There is a level selector under of the initial menu of the game. The last levels are the most difficult.
yeah, I'm aware of that level choice and I tried some different levels already.
What I meant was something else: easy game with Ralph and birds trying to avoid you (for kids (ok kids today are better than me)), normal game with them following predefined movements (like now), hard game with Ralph and birds showing some advanced AI making it impossible even to repair a single window! I know Antonio is able to do that :)
The number of levels have colors that indicate their difficulty (green is easy & red is hard). I think you really means that would there are also extra levels that have a difficulty greater than the default 16 levels.
Thanks Ze :-)
As Ofihombre says , you can select difficulty level 1-16 at the beginning. 16 is quite hard already, and you get multiple birds, a fast Ralph and several obstacles on screen. From there, it only gets worse!
I'm no expert in C64 programming but the intro sequence seems pretty impressive for the system. I wrote a piece about it for the next issue of K&A Plus :)
I'm a big fan of the magazine and I'm looking forward to reading your piece! The intro was not straightforward, mostly because I wanted the game to fit in a single load. But happy about the result.
Great game! and small gameplay...
Nice Commodore port from the main Wreck-It Ralph game. But 1982 it's a date from the movie, in the real life, Fix-It Felix jr. it's made in 2012 for the Disney promotion of the first Wreck-It Ralph movie, but obviously this game hasn't aged so badly that its movie sequel (Ralph Breaks the Internet), and it seems to be in the cult.
By the way, on my itch·io profile has several Wreck-It Ralph fangames & even a indie game with a very similar style in development.
Everybody knows it's a fictional '82 arcade game from a 2012 movie. The original 2012 version states 1982 so why shouldn't this conversion?
Amazing conversion for the C64. The developers must have put hundreds and hundred of man-hours into it. Can't help thinking what could have been if other arcade games from the early 80s era had been given as much C64 conversion care as this ...
The thing of "is fictional" already sounds like something typical of the officialist world. But seeing so many real versions (unofficials) of this game, it lose a lot of the meaning that it's fictional.
It was clear that it was originally intended to be fictional, but it doesn't take away from the fact that there are real & playable adaptations of Fix-It Felix jr to pay tribute to the movie.
Its existence would have been much more accepted and verifiable if it has really been in 1982 by Tobikomi instead made by Disney in 2012.
I would guess that it is the fictional-arcade-game thing that makes this game attractive in the first place. Especially when converted to a 1982 computers as the C64, which is home to a lot of early 80s arcade conversions. So, of course the developers want to play along in that makebelieve world.
The Commodore version it's more like one of several real adaptations of the fictional version of the game (Tobikomi it's obviously the most fictional thing about the game, since in his universe he was created by that company).
That includes the first playable version (the 2012 version) as well, which is by far the most faithful version to the movie version (I leave you an example video of this excellent playable imitation with its arcade cabin):
For us it will be real, but for history it never isn't real & won't it be.
Why are some people who misjudge my opinions about the controversial existence or non-existence of Fix-It Felix?
(I think I had a worse case on Wikipedia for not being anything notorious for having an article).
Awesome sauce! I'll be loading this up later. What a treat from my fave C64 dev.