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JouinUP: Beyond Oasis ?
That is beyond being incorrect!

Which makes it correct.
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JouinUP: Next
Is that either Darwinia or Multiwinia?
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Densetsu: Is that either Darwinia or Multiwinia?
Yeah! Darwinia.
Yay!

Easy pre-weekend one (please don't wait for confirmation, I'm off to sleep):
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Densetsu: Yay!

Easy pre-weekend one (please don't wait for confirmation, I'm off to sleep):
seems very familiar to Silkworm on C64, but I have no idea which format this is on.
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Densetsu: Yay!

Easy pre-weekend one (please don't wait for confirmation, I'm off to sleep):
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amok: seems very familiar to Silkworm on C64, but I have no idea which format this is on.
Silkworm is definately correct

Its not the Amiga or ST version, I think that is actually the Arcade version. Scanlines are usually on handhelds or Arcades, however, at the time handhelds weren't powerful enough for visuals like that and I am unsure if it has been rereleased recently.
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Iain: ... I think that is actually the Arcade version. ...
Yup, it is a coin-op release.
Cobra Command
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tinyE: Cobra Command
Nay, as Iain said, it's Silkworm.

Just wanted to confirm the image is taken from the arcade machine release; sorry if my response was misleading.


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amok: ... Silkworm...
So amok it's your turn.
Post edited March 23, 2013 by Densetsu
ah right... um... this one?
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any hints mate? no idea :)
A Vampyre Story?
The Cave?
It has that style...
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amok: ah right... um... this one?
The guy above has made guesses, in case you miss it...
sorry, had an impulse holiday for a week with my better half.

All guesses so far have been wrong, I think I need to draw your attention towards what is considered the more casual games