Nov 112009

An extended Amstrad Plus version of the game Rick Dangerous is currently under development by Fano, BDCiron and MacDeath. It will be released this year and is currently in the final testing stage.


This are the features of the new Plus version:

  • the famous digitalised ‘Whhhaaa’ sample at 15Khz
  • Full levels from 16bits versions (special THX to bigorno)
  • Cutscenes with graphics from Amiga version
  • Musics from Atari ST version
  • New graphics
  • And some surprises…

[UPDATE:] The game will be released on Xmas.

      7 Responses to “Rick Dangerous 128+”

    1. This picture seems to be from a 16 bit version. Look at the pixel shape. Howerver it’s not from the CPC.

    2. Hi TFM,
      correct, this ones from one of the 16 bit versions. It was the only picture which I had when I wrote this newsposting. Newer pictures are available in the CPC Wiki.

    3. No, it is not a 16bit version but a work in progress picture.
      The fine pixels from the HUD are Amstrad Plus Hardwired sprites, so they can be that coloured and that fine.

      The 16 bit versions weren’t that colourfull…mostly in greu and brown shades…

      The release version is soon to come, and have quite different graphics…because I modified them a bit.
      Also they will feature full levels, as on 16 bit versions.
      This is chown on your picture as it is the first screen of the extended part of level1.

      Hope you’ll enjoy it.

    4. Thanks for your comment MacDeath!
      We will enjoy it – for sure :-)! I can’t wait to play the enhanced version.

    5. Ok, the game will be released the 24th December.
      Merry cRICKstmas to all of you…

    6. Thanks, I will update this news.

    7. […] already promised, the enhanced version of Rick Dangerous for the CPC Plus series by BDCiron, Fano and MacDeath was […]

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