Sydney Hunter And The Sacred Tribe – Digital Edition (Commodore 64)

Rated 4.50 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

$10.00

D64 file for the Commodore 64.

Description

Story

You’re Sydney Hunter, the great adventurer 
You’ve been exploring the Yucatán Peninsula, seeking treasures
As you traveled, you were captured in the night by a mysterious tribe
Although they claim they won’t hurt you, you are still their prisoner…
Featuring:
  • Over 100 unique screens!
  • Interactive Map!
  • Hi-resolution Graphics!
  • Great SID Soundtrack!
  • 10 Different types of enemies!
  • Treasures & Secrets!
  • Great replay value!
  • Compatible with the C64 Mini!

 

Contains: 

  • Downloadable D64 file for use on a real C64 and/or emulator

 

 

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Additional information

Platform

Commodore 64

2 reviews for Sydney Hunter And The Sacred Tribe – Digital Edition (Commodore 64)

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    danyppc54 (verified owner)

    It’s a classic platform game, likely sequel to well known Montezuma’s Revenge or Panama Joe. Game it’s not so difficult, but i could not fine the 150th diamond to pass last screen.
    Some slowdown that does not affect the playability.
    I think It would be useful to be able to use the second fire button to recall the map, in addition to F1 key.
    Hope this function will be implemented.

    Highly recommended.

    Vote: 7,5

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    David B (verified owner)

    A very enjoyable platform game, with excellent hi-res graphics and very responsive controls. The game’s difficulty is perfect for a casual gamer, like myself. It was challenging but not frustrating. My only gripe was with the climbing of ladders; it required pixel perfect positioning, which did get irritating when timing was essential. The pixel art and music made for a very immersive environment, with well designed screen layouts. Well done and more like this for the C64 please!

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