Revenge of the Mutant Camels - A classic Jeff Minter game from 1984 gets an improvement!

A rather surprising release has just appeared in our inbox, and one I think many people will remember growing up during the 80's or early 90's. As we've just been told that the classic game of Revenge of the Mutant Camels; a game released by Jeff Minter in 1984: C64 and 1992: Amiga, ST, PC. Has just had an improvement update from the developer fixing the collision detection on the C64 version. For those of you who don't remember this game, on the website it says "Possibly one of the most memorable Llamasoft games. Giant camel (with anthropomorphic goat-creature sidekick in the ST/Amiga/PC version) blasting through waves of somewhat surreal enemies".

Thankfully in this instance rather than just adding a trainer or ahem cracktro, Fairlight has further improved the game with a fixed hi-score showing the original instead of the Laser release by Rouch, it now works with cart images, handles being run from other devices other than 8, artifacts have been cleaned of the old source code, and finally included within the trainer is a level skip by pressing O and typing ATS. For further details on this release and the one by Fairlight, please see the links below.

Links :1) Website 2) CSdb

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