Crazy Columns - A Columns game makes its way on to your Amiga 500

Oh joy of joys, if you loved the 1984 game of Tetris or the 1989 game of Columns , you'll be pleased to know a brand new puzzle demo inspired by those games has been released for the Commodore Amiga 500 and above. This game named as 'Crazy Columns' is a puzzle game developed by Jochen Hoffer and team, and comes with all the features you would expect of a cool looking Column inspired game for your Amiga.

As the description says : The game Crazy Columns is a simple colourful puzzle game for the Commodore A500. It offers fun and entertainment for young and old. and is based on the classic from 1990 by SEGA. The hunt for the coveted places in the leaderboard can be contested alone or in pairs. The standard game mode helps, in which you can play until no stone fits on the screen. In the time battle mode, you only have 5 minutes to collect as many points as possible.

The game features colorful game play for both the young and old, a choice of 1 to 2 players, multiple control methods keyboard or joystick, three different player modes to choose from, a choice of eight different backgrounds, two customized backgrounds, timeless music and crips sound effects, and all of this available as a demo for the Amiga 500/OCS/512kb and above.

The game was 100% written in 68000 assembler. The VS Code Extension Amiga Assembly was used for the implementation. A Mac and Windows were used as operating systems. All graphics were created with Personal Paint 7.1c on an Amiga and in the emulator.

  • Music/Soundfx  -  neoman
  • PTPlayer  - Frank Wille
  • cranker  -  bifat/tek
  • Game development  -  Jochen Hoffer
  • Graphics  -  Jochen Hoffer

Links :1) Source  2) Discussion  3) Download - Demo Version 0.93

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