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These games were produced by Jeff Minter a.k.a. Yak of Llamasoft http://www.llamasoft.co.uk/ in the 1980's. He has kindly given permission to distribute these files. Most of these files have been obtained from unauthorised copies that may have been modified by hackers. Original disk, tape or cartridge images are welcome.

Files

Ancipital.lnx.gz 2009-08-18 26428
Disk version of Ancipital; might not be completely original, as the entry point and some of the data differs from the data loaded from the tape image.
Ancipital.prg 2009-08-18 26295
Compressed version of Ancipital, extracted from the original tape image.
Ancipital.tap.gz 2009-08-18 38538
Original tape image of Ancipital. The loader is Novaload S100101.
Ancipital.txt 2009-08-18 1444
The scrolltext that is displayed while Ancipital loads from tape
Attack of the Mutant Camels-8000.prg 2009-08-18 8193
The cartridge version of Attack of the Mutant Camels. SYS64738 to start.
Attack of the Mutant Camels.prg 2009-08-18 6457
The classic of Jeff Minter. This is a crunched version, as the game starts at $1000. Two independently archived versions contained the same data. Recompressed by Marko Mäkelä.
Batalyx-2.prg 2009-08-18 36163
A compressed version of Batalyx. The uncompressed data appears to contain unnecessary parts, such as some disk drive commands.
Batalyx.prg 2009-08-18 50135
A game consisting of six subgames. This may be a cracked version. Can anyone supply an original?
Batalyx.txt 2009-08-18 16016
Instructions and background for Batalyx, written by Jeff Minter.
Gridrunner-8000.prg 2009-08-18 4098
A 4-kilobyte cartridge version of Gridrunner. The originally archived file contained two copies of the data. SYS64738 to start.
Gridrunner.prg 2009-08-18 3143
Another version of Gridrunner. This originates from a cracked copy that was originally run through a number of compression programs. The payload ends at $8000-$8fff, but it is not exactly the same as the cartridge version.
Hellgate-trained.prg 2009-08-18 7103
A cracked version of Hellgate by Bod/Talent that features a configuration option for unlimited lives.
Hellgate.prg 2009-08-18 6478
Copyright © 1984 Jeff Minter / Llamasoft. The game is located at $5000-$75ff. There is some assembler source code at $73c8. Identical data was extracted from two archived copies, crunched with different tools. This copy was crunched by Marko Mäkelä with PuCrunch.
Hover Bovver.prg 2009-08-18 9577
Copyright © 1983 Jeff Minter / Llamasoft. Mow the lawn with a borrowed machine, avoid hitting flowers, domestic animals and people. The data is at $6000-$9fff. Except for the last (presumably unused) bytes, identical data was extracted from two archived copies, crunched with different tools. The data in this copy ends in "LMON1"; in the other copy, the last two bytes were 0 and $32. This copy was crunched by Marko Mäkelä with PuCrunch.
Iridis Alpha-demo.prg 2009-08-18 49100
A demo version of Iridis Alpha, copied with some freezer cartridge.
Iridis Alpha-trained.prg 2009-08-18 31091
A cracked version of Iridis Alpha that has configuration options for unlimited lives and energy. The uncompressed data looks "cleaner" than in the version cracked by Deadbeat.
Iridis Alpha.prg 2009-08-18 29253
A horizontally scrolling shooting game with two views, similar to Sanxion. Copyright © 1986 Llamasoft/Hewson Ltd, cracked from tape version by Deadbeat/The Sharks on April 29, 1995.
Laser Zone.prg 2009-08-18 5725
Shoot moving llamas with two laser cannons, mounted on a horizontal and a vertical axis. The game, published in 1983, is 8 kilobytes at $8000-$9fff. Recompressed by Marko Mäkelä.
MIF II.prg 2009-08-18 2953
A single-file version of MIF II, a two-player combined Break-Out and Pong game. The game is played with two joysticks.
MIF II.tap.gz 2009-08-18 6802
Compressed original low-level tape image of MIF II. The custom loader, Wild Save written by Andrew Challis and published by Interceptor Micros in 1987, uses two different pulse widths. It overwrites the tape buffer with a message for hackers.
Mama Llama.prg 2009-08-18 31398
Mama Llama, one of the longest Llamasoft games for the Commodore 64 (56023 bytes uncompressed). Recompressed by Marko Mäkelä.
Matrix.prg 2009-08-18 8480
A shooting game with a stationary screen. Use joystick in port 1. This 8-kilobyte cartridge was cracked by Antirom 1983.
Metagalactic Llamas-2.prg 2009-08-18 16129
Uncompressed version of Metagalactic Llamas whose contents slightly differ from the crunched version. Instead of "© 1984 Llamasoft Software Ltd.", this version says "C.S. & CSS on the Firato 1984".
Metagalactic Llamas.prg 2009-08-18 8240
Battle at the edge of time. Game design by Jeff Minter whilst on a bus in Portugal. Converted by Aaron Liddiment. © 1984 Llamasoft Software Ltd. This is a crunched version.
Return of the Mutant Camels.prg 2009-08-18 34636
The sequel of Revenge of the Mutant Camels, with much improved graphics, including graphics in the top and bottom screen borders. This copy was cracked in August 26, 1987 by Idefix/Trianon Networks (Offenbach, Germany).
Revenge of the Mutant Camels.prg 2009-08-18 38916
The sequel of Attack of the Mutant Camels, a horizontally scrolling shooting game.
Sheep in Space.prg 2009-08-18 18030
A fast-paced horizontally scrolling shooting game. This copy was recovered from two partially modified copies and recompressed by Marko Mäkelä. Some source code can be seen in several memory locations.
Synchrogoat.prg 2009-08-18 17922
Control the speed of conveyor belts in order to keep running goats stationary with respect to the screen.
Voidrunner.prg 2009-08-18 20226
A multi-level shooting game with a stationary screen and flashy graphics. The game loads to $2000-$efff. This copy was originally cracked May 13, 1987 by SLH of Hotline, a Dutch cracker group. Recompressed by Marko Mäkelä.
readme.txt 2009-08-18 632
Permission of Jeff Minter a.k.a. Yak to distribute these files

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