Hoppin' Mad (NES)
Hoppin' Mad is an action game released in 1988 by Elite Systems for the Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, and ZX Spectrum
The game takes place over 12 levels. On each level, the player has to guide a group of bouncing balls from the right edge of the level to the left edge. The balls are constantly bouncing, and the player can only alter their travel speed (by moving the joystick left or right) or make them bounce higher (by pressing the fire button).
Various different dangers appear on the levels, including sharp rocks, venus flytraps, hedgehogs and flying birds. The balls can also collect balloons for bonus points. The game starts with four balls, and each time the balls collide with a dangerous object, one ball bursts. If all four balls are burst, the player loses a life.
A version for the NES was planned in 1989, but it was cancelled for whatever reason. The game is only done by three people: Mark Crane for the programming, Steve Beverley for the graphics, and Mark Cooksey for the audio.
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|01||Title Screen||Mark Cooksey||3:00||Download|
|02||High Score||Mark Cooksey||3:00||Download|
|03||Fanfare Stings 01||Mark Cooksey||3:00||Download|
|04||Fanfare Stings 02||Mark Cooksey||3:00||Download|
|05||Game Complete||Mark Cooksey||3:00||Download|
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