Yoomp! 64 (Commodore 64) (PAL ONLY)

£28.00 Sold Out

Zbigniew Ross & Michał Brzeski 2016-2018
PAL C64/128/GS

A Three-Dimensional jumping game for the Commodore 64!

YOOMP! 64 is a Commodore 64 port of the classic Atari XE/XL indie arcade game Yoomp! Developed by Zbigniew Ross and featuring an original soundtrack by Michał 'MCH' Brzeski, bounce the ball through the three-dimensional textured tubes, collect as many points as you can and try not to fall off the edge!

Featuring 23 levels of three-dimensional, fast-paced, rhytmic arcade action, an innovative texture-mapping system and over a dozen bonus and hazard tile types to hit or avoid, YOOMP! 64 challenges both the player's dexterity and memory. With its password system allowing you to play previously unlocked levels and an awesome SID soundtrack by MCH, YOOMP! 64 is the perfect arcade game - easy to learn, yet extremely difficult to master!

YOOMP! 64 is a Psytronik & RGCD Production. For full details on the game, please check out the official press kit here.

YOOMP! 64 is presented in a modified plastic Universal Game Case complete with custom made foam insert (as with the rest of our deluxe range). The cover art was illustrated by Thomas Koch and the game comes complete with a professionally printed 12-page A6 manual, large weather-proof vinyl RGCD sticker, post-card and a 170gsm matt-coated A3 poster illustrated by Ilija Melentijevic. The 64KB PCB is housed in translucent blue cartridge shell, illuminated from within by a pulsating white LED, complete with a 3D domed YOOMP! 64 label.

Please note that Pystronik Software are also selling the game on disk for £6.99/£13.99 (plus shipping). YOOMP! 64 is also available for free (or 'pay what you want') here as a downloadable .CRT and .D64 image to use via emulation or on real hardware devices such as the Ultimate 1541-II.

Note that the .D64 version of the game uses an SD2IEC compatible loader. Purchases of the cartridge include the downloadable version of the game for free.

by Psytronik Software , RGCD , and Zbigniew Ross ,