Tower toppler


Tower Toppler

In this game you have to help a cute little green animal switch off some kind of "evil" mechanism. The "power off switch" is hidden somewhere in high towers. On your way to the target you need to avoid a lot of strange robots that guard the tower.

That sounds all like a normal jump and run game. What makes this game different is that you walk arond the tower which is revolving on the screen, so that you only see the 180 that are currently visible.

The game is a reimplementation of the old game known as Tower Toppler or Nebulus. It was available for PC, Atari, C64. The author was J.M.Phillips and was published by Hewson software. I have seen the PC version on quite a few abandonware sites. But it is only a DOS version and uses ugly graphics.

Here are a few shots of some of the available original versions

Because I really enjoyed this game when it was published I reprogrammed it some years ago using PASCAL. I painted all the necessary graphics on my own (or used POVRAY) and finally got a program that behaves nearly identical if compared with the original.

Some time ago I decided to port this version to LINUX and C using SDL for the graphic and sound output. And here is the result.

State of the Work

The game fully playable. Everything is in place. Some more sounds could be added, surely some bugs are left but there should be nothing too serious.

There is a leveleditor that allows everyone to create new towers and missionfiles. So I am awaiting all your selfmade missions.

My rating on happypenguin (please rate me there, excpecially, if you like the game):

News
22.12.2012

Version 1.1.6 of toppler released.

A lot of things happened since my last release in 2007. I had handed the project over to another developer. But he neither found enough time to do proper development. He did 2 releases which introduced some bugs that he was unable to fix.

So I've taken over the project again. Went beck to 1.1.3, fixed all the problems that were found and this is this release. The following things have been changed in relation fo release 1.1.3

  • fix memory leaks
  • proper program ending instead of an uncaught exception
  • fix all warnings when compiling
  • make compilable on modern systems
  • included missions are now in the datafile insted of separate files
  • fix joystick support

Thanks to Bill Allombert, who had been a driving force within the last years making me finally take over again. He also helped with the production of this release.

We also deprecated the olc CVS repository and switched to darcs. See below at the download links for how to access it.

19.07.2007

Version 1.1.3 of toppler is now available. The changes include

  • A new mission David1
  • New translations: Czech, Rumanian, Basque
  • Include the background music within the distribution
Thanks to the translators and Davd for his mission. Also thanks to Volker for making crosscompilation possible by providing a simple environment (http://www.profv.de/mingw_cross_env) and by fixing all kinds of things in my build environment that were missing for crosscompilation. I can now generate the Windows binaries and installer completely on Linux without any hassle.
15.2.2006

Oops, the last release has 2 problems:

The program was not compilable without SDL-Mixer installed

There was a problem in the makefiles that made it stop with an error when trying to install

Both problems are hotfixed in a file called toppler-1.1.2a. This is still the same release it just fixes the 2 problems. Only people downloading the source are affected.

Downloads

Latest versions
Source

1.1.6

Windows Binary

1.1.6

BeOS Binary

1.0.2

OS X Binary

1.1.1

Background music (only for releases before 1.1.3)

Music

Development does on inside a Darcs repository. Use the following 3 commands to gain read access. If you want to apply a patch mail it to me.

darcs get http://toppler.sourceforge.net/repos/levels/ darcs get http://toppler.sourceforge.net/repos/datafile/ darcs get http://toppler.sourceforge.net/repos/toppler/

Other version of the software can be found on the Sourceforge project page.

Screenshots

Here are some screenshots. The first three are taken from the 1st, 2nd and 4th level. The fourth screenshot shows the bonuslevel.

Contact

If you find bugs, if you have more levels, suggestions for improvements or if you want to help improve this game don't hesitate to use our mailing list

Thank yous

Thank you goes to all the people out there who sent me bug reports and praise. But ecspecially to

  • Pasi Kallinen for tons of improvements. He coded the menu system, the demos and provided many other features for the game,
  • Bastian Salmela for his very nice graphics,
  • Clarence Ball for his missions,
  • Andreas Wagner for the web page design.

Credits

toppler.sourceforge.net

Nebulus 2: Pogo a Go Go (1991

Многие из заставших компьютеры слабее 486-ых играли в игру под названием Tower Toppler (кто-то знает эту игру как Nebulus, под этим названием она вышла в Европе). В 1987 году эта веселая логическая аркада завоевала множество наград и стала лучшей в своей категории по мнению многих авторитетных изданий. Да и обычным геймерам очень приглянулся маленький головастик, отважно взбирающийся по вращающимся башням на самый верх, ловко обходя многочисленные ловушки и расправляясь с врагами. Автор игры, тогда еще молодой и неизвестный Джон М. Филлипс, сразу стал знаменитым и был принят на работу в одну из самых крутых амижных компаний - Bitmap Brothers. Так или иначе, продолжения Tower Toppler/Nebulus от него мы уже не увидели.

Зато спустя 4 года, в 1991 году, амижные фанаты Небулуса сделали свое продолжение, которое стало эксклюзивом для компьютеров Commodore Amiga (кстати, интересно, что продюсированием игры (что бы это ни значило) занимался тот же Пол Чемберлейн, который числился в этом же качестве в Nebulus 1). Игра получилась очень качественной - истинно по-амижному качественной, пронизанной чувством олдскула и демосцены: много удивительно веселых мелодий (есть даже jukebox для прослушивания их отдельно), куча забавных скроллеров, где разработчики пишут информацию о себе и шутят, красивые меню и заставки - всё то, что отличает игры, сделанные с душой. Шуток и просто забавных моментов в игре очень много, взять хотя бы Hall of Shame (позорные результаты), наряду с привычным Hall of Fame (лучшие результаты).

Для тех, кто не знает о первой части, напомним, что малыш Небулус - это головастик, путешествующий на своей подлодке по водному миру, где откуда ни возьмись появились странные башни (рекомендую почитать предысторию из мануала - правда по сути сюжета вы больше написанного здесь не узнаете, но ознакомитесь с шедевром психодела). Цель игры 1987 года - взобраться на верх всех 10-ти башен (плюс еще есть второй набор уровней) за отведенное время в 400 секунд на каждую башню. Особенно тогда всех привлекала техническая новизна и необычность игры - реализация полностью трехмерного вращения башни, учитывающего скрытые элементы, - на то время была не самой легкой задачей, а оптимизация алгоритма для работы с 25 fps на Амига 1000 - и подавно. Но Джону М. Филлипсу и этого было мало - он добавил в игру еще и бонус-уровни между башнями - обычный горизонтальный shoot 'em up, где на подлодке нужно собирать бонусы, но с замечательным параллакс-скроллингом!

Вторая часть игры пытается всеми способами переплюнуть первую - здесь больше красок (что неудивительно), больше разнообразия уровней, врагов, даже бонус-уровни теперь все разные, а краски на них просто не поддаются описанию. Но всё-таки игра получилась не такой целостной - если раньше она действительно затягивала, не давала оторваться, потому что казалось, что вот-вот - и получится пройти, то теперь из-за огромного нагромождения объектов и возможностей уже этого не чувствуется. Хотя для по-настоящему хардкорных игроков, наверное, будет одно раздолье - ведь теперь нужно не только запоминать, где ловушки или как обойти прыгающие шарики так, чтобы не сбила появляющаяся периодически летающая черепаха (в оригинальной игре это был некий пропеллер), так еще нужно применять специальные возможности.

Остановимся на них подробнее. Собираются способности в специальных подарочных коробках, разбросанных по уровню. При нахождении такого бонуса предлагается выбор способности, каждую можно накопить до трех экземпляров. Первая способность - ключ - позволяет открывать закрытые проходы, вторая - ракета, на ней можно пролететь вокруг башни, уничтожая на заданном горизонтальном уровне всех монстров. Третья способность - отображается в виде глаза - позволяет посмотреть на верхние уровни башни. Четвертая - "магнит" - дает возможность быстро подняться в случае, когда вы свалились вниз и должны быстро подняться до открытых ранее этажей. Пятая позволяет совершить высокий прыжок с помощью супер-кроссовок (я не упомянул, что головастик теперь в кроссовках) и, наконец, шестая - позволяет искать скрытые проходы. Способность можно применить в любом месте, если же там она не нужна или нет возможности ее использовать, то она просто исчезает. Это бывает очень обидным - но, с другой стороны, коробочки с ними не такая уж и редкость.

Подводя итог, можно сказать, что игра рассчитана на людей, которым нравятся сложные логические аркады (то есть - и голову использовать, и за временем следить), но нужно быть готовым к тому, что даже первый уровень пройти очень и очень сложно. Если вы не уверены в своих силах, сначала попробуйте пройти первую часть игры.

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Nebulus (video game) - Wikipedia

Nebulus Developer(s) Publisher(s) Designer(s) Platform(s) Release Genre(s) Mode(s)

Cover art of Amstrad CPC version

Triffix Entertainment Inc.
Hewson Consultants, U.S. Gold, Nintendo
John M. Phillips
Amiga, Atari ST, ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, C64, Game Boy, NES, Atari 7800, Acorn Archimedes, Wii Virtual Console, MS-DOS
1987Virtual Console Game Boy
  • NA: May 1991
  • JP: October 30, 1992
Platform game
Single-player

Nebulus is a video game created by John M. Phillips and published by Hewson Consultants in the late 1980s for various home computer systems. International releases and ports were known by various other names, including Castelian, Kyorochan Land (キョロちゃんランド, Kyorochan Rando), Subline and Tower Toppler.[1]

The game's original 8-bit release received some critical acclaim, in particular the Commodore 64 release, which garnered a Gold Medal award from UK magazine Zzap!64.

Nebulus was followed by a lesser-known sequel, Nebulus 2, on the Amiga in the 1990s. An Atari ST version was also in development but was cancelled.

Gameplay[edit]

Screenshot from the Amiga version.

Nebulus is a platform game with some distinctive unique features. The player character, a small green creature called Pogo, is on a mission to destroy eight towers that have been built in the sea, by planting bombs at the towers' peaks. Pogo's progress is hindered by enemies and obstacles, which he has to avoid in order to reach the top of the tower.

The actual gameplay happens at each tower in turn. Pogo starts from the bottom and has to find his way up to the top. The towers are cylinder-shaped and have ledges on their outside, either horizontal, forming stairs or connected by elevators. Because of the cylindrical shape, the towers have no "left" or "right" edges, instead allowing Pogo to walk all around the tower.

Screenshot from the Palm OS version.

A graphical innovation, and perhaps the most notable feature of the game, is that when Pogo walks left or right, he always stays in the centre of the visible screen. Instead of the Pogo sprite moving, the tower behind him turns clockwise or counterclockwise with a convincing sense of depth. This was noted favourably in reviews of the game.

Along his way to the top of the tower, Pogo encounters many different enemies, mostly shaped like basic geometric shapes. Pogo can shoot some of the enemies, while some are impervious to shooting. Contact with an enemy knocks Pogo down to the ledge below. If there is no ledge below, Pogo falls into the sea and drowns.

Once he has reached the top of the tower, Pogo needs to enter a door to trigger the tower's destruction mechanism. After that, the tower crumbles to the sea. Pogo then boards his submarine and enters a bonus stage (in some versions, but not for example in the ZX Spectrum version), where he can shoot various kinds of fish to score bonus points.

Releases and ports[edit]

Castelian, the Game Boy port

The game was originally released by Hewson for the ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, Commodore Amiga, Atari ST and Acorn Archimedes. The US version, which was published by U.S. Gold, was released under the title Tower Toppler. A version for the Atari 7800 was also released with this title.[2]

The Game Boy and Nintendo Entertainment System versions of Castelian were developed by Bite Studios and released in the United States by Triffix and in Japan by Hiro Entertainment; in these, the lead character is called Julius. The Game Boy and Nintendo versions were later released in Japan as Kyoro Chan Land, which replaced Julius with Kyorochan, jewels with Chocoballs, altered the enemy graphics and (in the Famicom version) added a password system and a pause feature. The Italian bootleg version was called Subline. The Nintendo versions were composed by David Whittaker, and the title songs were covered by Whittaker from the original Tower Toppler game's title screen. In the Famicom version, the title screen plays what is the bonus game theme from the US version.

In 2004 it was re-released on the C64 Direct-to-TV. On June 20, 2008, the C64 DTV version made its comeback on the Wii's Virtual Console download service in Europe on June 13, 2008 and later in North America on May 4, 2009.[3]

Unreleased versions[edit]

The Atari 8-bit version was being development around 1988 by the author of the Atari 7800 port, and was intended to be released by Atari Corporation for the XE Game System. However, although the game appeared in Atari promotional material of the time,[4] it never reached the market. The game's prototype cartridge was later found.[5]

Reception[edit]

Compute! stated that the Commodore 64 version of Tower Toppler had "good arcade action, with well-executed graphics".[6]Orson Scott Card wrote in the magazine that "the graphics are terrific ... As science fiction, it's fun but shallow. As an action game, it's just plain fun".[7]Computer Gaming World gave the game a positive review, saying, "Between delightfully benign game play ..., clever obstacles (though none are very difficult to figure out), and lively animation, you will have a great time with this game. Well, maybe you won't, but I will."[8] It earned a Zzap! Gold Medal Award.[9]

The game was voted Best Original Game Of The Year at the Golden Joystick Awards.[10] The ZX Spectrum version was rated number 30 in the Your Sinclair Official Top 100 Games of All Time.[11] The Amiga version was ranked the 14th best game of all time by Amiga Power.[12]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Game entry at Mobygames.com
  2. ^ http://atariage.com/software_page.html?SoftwareLabelID=713
  3. ^ "Do the Math - Animal Apps, Toppling Towers and Hungry Penguins". Nintendo of America. 2009-05-04. Retrieved 2009-05-05. 
  4. ^ The Atari Advantage. Atari Corporation. 1989. Retrieved 2011-02-08. 
  5. ^ Reichert, Matt. "Tower Toppler". AtariProtos.com. Retrieved 2011-02-08. 
  6. ^ Randall, Neil (January 1989). "Epyx's Epic Lineup". Compute!. p. 68. Retrieved 10 November 2013. 
  7. ^ Card, Orson Scott (June 1989). "Light-years and Lasers / Science Fiction Inside Your Computer". Compute!. p. 29. Retrieved 11 November 2013. 
  8. ^ Ardai, Charles (March 1989), "Tower Toppler", Computer Gaming World, p. 20 
  9. ^ "Zzap! Test: Nebulus". Zzap!64. Newsfield (32): 156–157. December 1987. Retrieved 2016-07-22. 
  10. ^ "Archive - Magazine viewer". World of Spectrum. Retrieved 2012-10-29. 
  11. ^ "Readers' Top 100 Games of All Time". Your Sinclair. September 1993. 
  12. ^ Amiga Power magazine issue 0, Future Publishing, May 1991

External links[edit]

en.wikipedia.org

StateMaster - Encyclopedia: Tower toppler

Nebulus
Developer(s)
Publisher(s) Hewson, U.S. Gold
Designer(s) John M. Phillips
Release date(s) 1987
Genre Platform game
Mode(s) Single player
Rating(s) N/A
Platform(s) Commodore Amiga, Atari ST, ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, C64, Game Boy, Nintendo Entertainment System, Atari 7800, Acorn Archimedes
Media Floppy disk, Cartridge, Audio tape

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Along his way to the top of the tower, Pogo encounters many different enemies, mostly shaped like basic geometric shapes. Pogo can shoot some of the enemies, while some are impervious to shooting. Contact with an enemy knocks Pogo down to the ledge below. If there is no ledge below, Pogo falls into the sea and drowns.

Once he has reached the top of the tower, Pogo needs to enter a door to trigger the tower's destruction mechanism. After that, the tower crumbles to the sea. Pogo then boards his submarine and enters a bonus stage, where he can shoot various kinds of fish to score bonus points. Jump to: navigation, search USS Los Angeles A submarine is a specialized watercraft that can operate underwater. ... Jump to: navigation, search Bonus Stage Bonus Stage (abbreviated BS) is an animated Flash action/adventure/comedy series by Matt Wilson that focuses attention on the randomness, sarcasm, and parodic moments of life. ... Jump to: navigation, search Groups Conodonta Hyperoartia Petromyzontidae (lampreys) Pteraspidomorphi (early jawless fish) Thelodonti Anaspida Cephalaspidomorphi (early jawless fish) Galeaspida Pituriaspida Osteostraci Gnathostomata (jawed vertebrates) Placodermi Chondrichthyes (cartilaginous fish) Acanthodii Osteichthyes (bony fish) Actinopterygii (ray-finned fish) Sarcopterygii (lobe-finned fish) Actinistia (coelacanths) Dipnoi (lungfish) This page is about the...

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External links

  • Nebulus at the Hall of Light
  • Toppler - a very accurate Nebulus remake

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