Nemesis the Warlock (C64)

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Nemesis the Warlock
Nemesis the Warlock - C64 - USA.jpg
Platform: Commodore 64
Year: 1987
Developer: Creative Reality

Nemesis the Warlock is a single-screen platform shooter based on the comic book of the same name. You play Nemesis and it's up to you to defeat the Torquemada, the Grand Master of Termight. He sends waves of Terminators at you, and you must defeat them in order to move on to the next level. Although the game isn't the impressive to look at, it has several interesting elements that make it memorable. You have several weapons to work with, a breath weapon, pistol, and sword. Also, as you kill the terminators, their bodies pile up on the ground, and you can step on them and use them to climb up onto platforms.


Screenshots


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Music

After the game loads, it opens to the title screen and you hear Rob Hubbard's amazing seven minute long instrumental. The tune is a wonderful example of an epic C64 title song.


Recording

#

Title

Composer

Arranger

Length

Size

Listen

01 Nemesis the Warlock Rob Hubbard Rob Hubbard 7:01 5.7 MB


Credits

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Game Rip

Format

Download

Size

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Download 4 KB

Ripping Commodore music is a very arduous process that is beyond the scope of this site.


Releases

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