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== Copy Protection ==
 
== Copy Protection ==

Latest revision as of 19:31, 8 April 2016

This page covers important facts concerning the Amstrad CPC/Plus games.

With a list of Software houses, and the various and notable technics used in well known games.

For a more complete list of games or game related topics, check the "category:games" (and all its subcategories) at the bottom of this page.

All games scores as reviewed by Amstrad Action

All-time top games

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Software Houses

Copy Protection

Loaders

Games that can be started by joystick

This is a list of games that can be started from joystick. There are not as many as you would think.

  • Anarchy
  • Nebulus
  • Puzznic
  • Ranarama
  • Ping Pong
  • Donkey Kong

Programming methods used in games

Porting

The method of converting game/data from one system to another, often with results that are not as good as if the game had been made/designed for the CPC from the beginning.

Scene conversions

External links

  • A look at 464 CPC games by Novabug

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