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Game Example
Start screen of game
Game No. ?
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Developer Developer (also Graphicans, Designer, Coder, Programmer, etc.)
Company Developer Company
Publisher Publisher Company
Musician Ken Lagace, Sid Meyer
HVSC-File /blubb/blubber.sid
Release 1992
Platform C64 (and others)
Genre Simulation
Gamemode Single player
Operation Port 2Joystick Keyboard
Media Datassette Diskette Cartridge
Language Language:english Language German
Information Release 1.1
aka Thang Language:english
Sequel: Creatures 3
Forerunner: Creatures


A short introduction like...

In 1992 the game Creatures from the publisher ABC is a nice arcade game with lovely music... etc.



"In this game the player..." [1]


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Please, describe graphics, animations, sprites, chars, music, sounds, screen layou or design, levels, etc. ...

First picture of the game...
2nd picture of the game...
Animation of the game...


... another picture from the game

Describe infos of the game play...



A player can play this game a joystick in port 1 or 2 and also with the keyboard.

Please use our templates like:

  • SPACE   or RUN/STOP : Pause and resume game.
  • press fire button: Move spaceship / navigate in the start menu.
  • Joystick forwards: Shoot.




(Often used in adventures)



Please, describe how is this game (or a level) solved...


If exists POKEs or other manipulations of this game to play this game easier, describe it, please...!

(or) There are no known cheats. (or) In the CSDb exists cracks with trainers.


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Topscore of Nobody
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#2 Nobody #3 Nobody
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There is no score and no high score list.


Here you can add links to the game. These can refer to direct pages about the game, but also to forum entries, game sites etc.

WP-W11.png Wikipedia: Video_game
WP-W11.png Wikipedia: Computerspiel Language German

Here are examples with templates:




  1. Game box, back cover "Creatures"; ABC, 1992