So this week we have two games to talk about. So let's get to it then.

First up is Rollergames.

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RollerGames was developed by Konami and released in 1991. The game is based on the television show of the same name that was short-lived during 1989-1990.

RollerGames (arcade) is faithful to the show unlike RollerGames (NES) which is a side-scrolling game.

The game consists of 6 teams all of which are playable and they are T-Birds, Violators, Bad Attitude, Rockers, Hot Flash and Maniacs. Each level is made up of four cycles and each cycle lasts for 99 seconds.


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The second game is Mikie.

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Mikie another game developed by Konami which was released in 1984.

In this game you control a student "Mikie" around a school entering classrooms, locker rooms and more to collect hearts which make up a letter from his girlfriend Mandy. While doing this you are being chased by school staff members (teacher, janitors, cooks etc). To defend yourself Mikie can head-butt the staff and throw objects found in some rooms to distract them.

Mikie was ported to Sega SG-1000 in 1985 and Commodore C64, Sinclair ZX Spectrum and Amstrad CPC in 1986.


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