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Titles released between 1982 – 1989

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  • Colony 7

    Atari 400/800

    The very first game released by System 3 with wonderful hand drawn pack artwork!

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  • Lazer Cycle

    BBC Micro

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  • Suicide Strike

    Commodore C64

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    Juice!

    Commodore C64

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    Motocross

    Commodore C64

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    International Karate

    Spectrum & Amstrad

    This is the game that put System 3 on the map. First unveiled at the PCW Show in 1985. Epyx licensed the game in the US as World Karate Championship and it became the first UK product to get a US billboard No.1. It even won a CES Showcase award.

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  • International Karate +

    Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC, ZX Spectrum, Atari ST, Amiga, Game Boy Advance, Game Boy Color

    This classic brawler has been described as “the pinnacle of C64 beat ‘em ups”. It was critically acclaimed and received a whopping 97 per cent Gold Medal in Zzap!64. Its success saw it arrive on a variety of other formats.


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    International Karate

    Commodore 64, Atari 400/800, Atari ST

    This is the game that put System 3 on the map. First unveiled at the PCW Show in 1985. Epyx licensed the game in the US as World Karate Championship and it became the first UK product to get a US billboard No.1 and even won a CES Showcase award.

    IK_Boxart

    International Karate +

    Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC, ZX Spectrum, Atari ST, Amiga, Game Boy Advance, Game Boy Color

    This classic brawler has been described as “the pinnacle of C64 beat ‘em ups”. It was critically acclaimed and received a whopping 97 per cent Gold Medal in Zzap!64. Its success saw it arrive on a variety of other formats.


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  • The Last Ninja

    C64, Amiga, Atari ST, Apple II, BBC Micro, MS-DOS, NES

    Last Ninja is one of the most recognisable video game brands of the 1980s. The acclaimed action title was a huge hit on Commodore 64, selling 7.5m units on that platform alone.

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  • Bangkok Knights

    Amiga, Atari ST, C64

    The Thai boxing game Bangkok Knights was notable for being one of the first fighting game to feature large, playable, detailed characters. Players had to travel from their village and fight all their way to the city of Bangkok. It received impressive reviews at the time, with Zzap! magazine awarding it a 90 per cent and calling it ‘superb and shouldn’t be missed.’

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    Last Ninja 2: Back With A Vengeance

    Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, Acorn Electron, BBC Micro, Amiga, Atari ST, NES, PC

    This is the sequel to cult 1987 action title The Last Ninja. It sold over 13m copies and is recognised as one of the best games released on the C64, collecting plenty of industry awards for Game of the Year and a plethora of magazine accolades.

     

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  • Myth: History In The Making

    Commodore 64, NES, ZX Spectrum, Atari ST, Amstrad, Amiga

    Fantasy platformer Myth first arrived in the late ‘80s, pitting players against an army of mythological creatures. It won several awards including Game of the Year and Best Graphics, plus it received strong review scores such as 96 in Amiga Action magazine.

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    Vendetta

    Commodore C64

    Vendetta was an absolute classic. Arriving almost ten years before GTA, the game’s hero was able to drive between locations, get out of the car, collect weapons and defeat enemies. It was a critical hit, with a 93 from Zzap64! The game’s engine was then used in the superb Last Ninja 3 and Turbo Charge.

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    Dominator

    Commodore 64

     

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    Tusker

    Commodore C64

     

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