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Free Frantic Freddie

Discussion in 'Made with GameMaker' started by jeff300, Feb 9, 2019.

  1. jeff300

    jeff300 Member

    Jan 22, 2019
    Announcing the FREE release of one of my retro-remakes for Mac and Windows: FRANTIC FREDDIE!

    This game is a remake of the game "Frantic Freddie", originally released in 1983 for the Commodore 64. The original game was created by Kris Hatlelid and Gregor Larson, distributed by Commercial Data Systems, Ltd. Frantic Freddie was one of the first platform games ever made.

    The goal of the game is to have Freddie collect all the pots of gold on each level while avoiding all of the enemies. Optionally collect bonus items to earn more points (10,000 points earn an extra life). When all pots have been collected on a level, you will advance to the next level. What makes the game unique, is that Freddie cannot pass through a pole. He must climb up one side and down the other. Enemies however can pass through the poles!

    The game can be played with keyboard or gamepad. See Release Notes included with the game for full description of controls, supported game controllers, game features and how to play.

    The game is easy to play, but very difficult to complete.

    This remake is authorized by the original creator, Kris Hatlelid.

    Available for Mac and Windows.

    Comments welcomed. Thank you!

    Title Screen.png
    Level 1.png
    Interlude 1.png
    Level 4.png
    Level 15.png

    Download from http://www.vectordyne.com
    Last edited: Feb 9, 2019
  2. Toque

    Toque Member

    May 25, 2017
    A great classic.

    Kind of like Popeye.
    jeff300 likes this.

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