Shoot 'Em Up Destruction Set 2

Man, we’ve been meaning to look at this fantastic compilation for some time (sorry for the delay, Alf). To be honest, when we first heard about Shoot ‘Em Up Destruction Set 2, we didn’t know what to expect and weren’t that thrilled about playing a bunch of shoot-’em-ups. Our initial trepidationwas soon unfounded, as the compilation features such a varied mix of classics from Alf Yngve. [... read more ...]

Forgotten Forest released on Commodore 64

The ‘Forgotten Forest’ is a dark and spooky forest full of all kinds of monsters and creatures, so you wouldn’t tend to venture through it, especially on Friday the 13th. But that’s exactly what our hero is doing, spending one full day in this hell hole of a forest. Armed with a flamethrower, your hero has to negotiate his way through the ‘Forgotten Forest’, taking [... read more ...]

Missile Madness released on Commodore 64

The second entry into the Sideways Seuck Compo 2011 is Missile Madness from legendary SEUCK coder Alf Yngve. It’s a time of war, nuclear war, and it’s your task as the Air Force Captain to manage the country’s missile defences. This means guiding the surface-to-air missiles to destroy any incoming warheads. Just make sure you aim carefully as each enemy missile that hits the ground [... read more ...]

1,000 Kung-Fu Maniacs released on C64

Kerpow, splat, zonk. 1,000 Kung-Fu Maniacs, a side scrolling action game, is available C64 as a free download. Coded by Alf Yngve and released through Psytronik, the game follows the kung-fu exploits of Master of Awesome as he travels through the Ninja invested city of Blapsville in search of a stolen toy robot. With “awesome weapon power-ups”, “multiple levels to battle through”, “fantastic soundtracks by [... read more ...]

Interview With Alf Yngve (SEUCK Legend) at Retro Garden

Alf Yngve is a well known coder in the Commodore 64 scene and he has produced many SEUCK (Shoot ‘Em Up Construction Kit) games over the past decade. Retro Garden recently conducted a superb interview with Alf and discussed his early gaming roots, coding in SECUK, having his games published on Commodore Force magazine covertapes and more… Weblink: Alf Yngve interview at Retro Garden