Combat Crazy

First game by Martyn Chudley, founder of Bizarre Creations, back in the Commodore 64 era. You’re the last soldier of a platoon sent out to defeat the Warbringer — who, of course, is hiding at the end of three enormous, labyrinthine levels.


Developer: Powerslave Developments
Publisher: Silverbird
Available on: Commodore 64


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Combat Crazy: The Genesis of Bizarre Creations - The story of Bizarre Creations begins back in the '80s, with the formation of a small development group inspired by Martyn Chudley's love of Iron Maiden. And their first game would be Combat Crazy, a solid and enjoyable game that proved to be a commercial failure.
The Killing Game Show: The Only Way is Up - Powerslave Developments begat Raising Hell Software -- and from there we saw Martyn Chudley's second commercial release. The Killing Game Show was a solid platform shooter published by Psygnosis -- albeit one with a monstrous difficulty curve!
Wiz ‘n’ Liz: Hunting Wabbits for Fun and Profit - This post is one chapter of a MegaFeature! < Previous | Contents | Next > Three years after the well-received The Killing Game Show first hit home computer screens, Martyn Chudley and friends were back with a new title, this time for both Amiga and Mega Drive. I give you Wiz ‘n’ Liz: The Frantic Wabbit … Continue reading Wiz ‘n’ Liz: Hunting Wabbits for Fun and Profit

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