Defend your Castle
My first game written for the Atari 2600/VCS.
The game is free to use for personal usage.
(Released 24-december-2016)

"Battle for the Kingdom"
                   (funny and fast 2 player game)


You are operating the catapult, defender of your castle.
Your goal is to destroy the opponents’ castle before he destroys yours.....
  

Downloads:
Defend your Castle, standard version
Defend your Castle, NTSC with PAL-colors
Box, manual and labels, with nice 1970's artwork included.
Featuring "Castle Liverpool" on the box.

 

If you do not have a harmony-cartridge to play this game on the real hardware:
I have decided to produce PCB's with the game on it.
To save on costs and to keep the price down, I decided for the following;

"15 euro including shipping, worldwide"

There will be no limited production, I build and ship on demand.

What do you get:
-PCB that fits in to a standard Atari cartridge or use it just as it is.

 -2 labels, top and front, printed on quality sticker-paper, to be cut out by yourself.

-Standard shipping in a small bubble envelop, no tracking.
-No box, No manual. You have to print, cut and fold it yourself, it's included in the download above.

How to get it:
Step 1:
-Send me an email. mr-atari @ mr-atari . com (remove the spaces)
-Specify STANDARD or NTSC-hack (see pictures below).
-Your full name and shipping address.
Step 2:
-I will contact you.
Step 3:
-Send me the following.
-15 euro to my paypal (Worldwide) or bank-account (EU-countries)
Step 4:
-I will build, pack and ship out your PCB.

Orderstatus, click here

The STANDARD game can be used on PAL and NTSC systems.
PAL systems select COLOR-mode, while NTSC systems select BW-mode.
Supporting PAL and NTSC frame-rates, results in some color difference between both systems.


Standard game on PAL system


Standard game on NTSC system

 

For those NTSC users who like the PAL- colors better, there is a hacked NTSC-only version.

Orderstatus (updated 27-feb-2017):

  Name Country Version Status
01 Robbert Janssen Netherlands Standard Waiting for parts
02 Alex Pietrow Netherlands Standard Waiting for parts
03 Chris Choffat USA NTSC-hack ? Waiting for parts
04 Tom Martin USA NTSC-hack Waiting for parts
05 Lee Pearson USA NTSC-hack Waiting for parts
06 Nicolas Pieper Germany Standard Waiting for parts
07 Reinhard Traunmüller Austria Standard Waiting for parts
08 Johan van den Bor Netherlands Standard Waiting for parts
09 Johannes Koops Netherlands Standard Waiting for parts
10 Naomi/John Groenewold Netherlands Standard Waiting for parts
11 Breen Patterson USA NTSC-hack Waiting for parts
12 Mervil USA ? NTSC-hack Waiting for parts
13 Kelly Campbell USA NTSC-hack Waiting for parts
14 Daryl Litts USA NTSC-hack Waiting for parts
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