Category: AMOS

Games Created with the AMOS programming language by Europress Software / Francois Lionet and Constantin Sotiropoulos – There were several versions of AMOS released, AMOS 1.3 in 1991, Easy AMOS in 1992, and AMOS Professional also in 1992, along with AMOS 3D

The Pyramid

This is The Pyramid by Richard Langford, Where you walk towards your spaceship and get inside, and get Ready for action! A pyramid shows your Level Progress throughout, including Score and Lives information (this screen also shows if you lose a life by touching an enemy), then you are put into the First Level The […]

Wally World

Here we have Wally World, Created by Richard Langford in 1992 – A quite awesome platformer which has some very nice Title Screen Music (Puppet on a string), along with a Great Starting Animation, and Great Gameplay throughout! When you start, You see a happy scene with Wally and a Girl dancing, then Lightning appears, […]

Matchstick Man

Here is another AMOS-Created Game, This time it is Matchstick Man by Stuart Fisher You star as Matchstick Man, and your aim is to collect the match at the far right of the screen, while the First Level is really easy, the levels get more complex over time, with several enemies who want to thwart […]

Furball

The first AMOS Game of “AMOS October” is Furball, Programmed by Darren Ithell, and this Game rightly so one of the Best AMOS-Created Games I have ever seen, in my opinion This platformer is very well designed from the outset, Nice Graphics, Great Background Music and Sound, what more could you ask for in a […]

Dithell’s Wonderland

This is Dithell’s Wonderland, Programmed in AMOS Professional by Darren Ithell way back in 1992, The object of this game is to colour up all the clear tiles on the platforms, which will then complete the level and move onto the next You will need to avoid various creatures which move around such as Little […]

Toobz

This is Toobz, Written by Gary Dunne, The aim of this game is pretty simple from the outset, you have to get the correct colored balls into the correct exits, and ditch the wrong balls down the abyss chute There are several launcher chutes (only 1 on level 1) which output colored balls, so for […]

Battlements

Another PD classic has to be Battlements by Scallywag / Blatant Rip-offs PLC (LOL!), This game is written in the AMOS programming language, and features Quasimodo, who you control, and the aim is to complete each short 1-screened level, while a guard slowly climbs the stairs at the start, and then proceeds to walk towards […]

Breakout (PP)

Breakout is a game by Jeroen Knoester from powerprograms.nl, Created using the AMOS Programming Language – This is basically a decent Arkanoid (Arcade) remake or clone in effect, and it has various powerups which alter gameplay, for example adjusting the size of your bat etc It has some rather nice title screen music as well, […]

Flag Catcher

Flag Catcher is a very nice simple game, in which you pick squares off a grid, in order to try and reveal the Red Flag to complete the level Along the way, there are Bombs, which will clear the entire game board of tiles, back to the original Blue, so memorizing tiles is a must […]

Premier Picks

Premier Picks, is a card game, Written in AMOS by Tim Blacklock, based solely around the game of Football (or “Soccer” to my American Visitors) You pick cards from a grid, some will be goals (the large ball in-front of the goal), Penalties (ball in front of the full goal), Yellow Cards, Missed (ball at […]

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