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MA Software has created a remake, programmed in Blitz Basic, of the Konami classic King's Valley, published in 1985 for the MSX system and MS DOS, for the Amiga. The game belongs to the puzzle platformer genre.
The player the adventurer Vick through the maze of a pyramid, who is always on the lookout for hostile mummies and in search of jewels. He collects extras with which he can temporarily turn off his opponents but mummies are creepy stubborn, because they appear back after a short time. Thanks to the tools we can collect, our adventurer can dig his way through the maze to move forward. But be careful: Vick cannot always jump with full hands when danger threatens. The level is over, when the last jewel has been collected, then Vick can disappear through a door. There are a total of 15 pyramids to explore.
According to the description, MA Software wants to provide a version of the game that can be run directly under Windows in cooperation with The Company (https://thecompany.pl). The game is currently available for download as an ADF and source code directly from the MA software website. There is also the original soundtrack in the form of MP3 files and a preview video.
Here you can download and further information in Spanish: https://masoftware.es/?go=juegos
News Source: http://www.indieretronews.com/2021/03/kings-valley-konamis-platformer-is-now.html
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King's Valley remake for the Amiga
Published 31.03.2021 - 11:47 by osz
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