Commodore 64 Games Starting with Pi to Ra





Pipe Mania

Commodore 64 Pipe Mania

Each level challenges you to create a network of pipes to allow a substance to flow through as many of those as possible.The pieces are offered in random order and come in seven types: straight lines going horizontally or vertically, corners rotating in each of the four directions, and cross-over pieces which carry the flooz straight across horizontally or vertically. Before the flooz starts flowing from its randomly-selected starting position, you have several seconds to st

Pit-Fighter

Commodore 64 Pit-Fighter

Pit-Fighter is a 3rd-person fighting game featuring digitised graphics of real fighters.Players select one of three fighters: Buzz, Ty or Kato. At the conclusion of a match, players are individually awarded a Knockout Bonus, Brutality Bonus, and a Fight Purse. The third match in the series tests your skill against that of your opponents. The last man standing is the winner. Fight your way to the final elimination round with the chance to dethrone the Masked Warrior.

Pitfall II: Lost Caverns

Commodore 64 Pitfall II: Lost Caverns

Pitfall became a top hit in the early 1980s and was ported to many platforms.You play the role of Pitfall Harry on a quest to locate treasure deep in the jungle. Look for money bags, silver bars, gold bars, and diamond rings. As with any good game, there are just as many bad guys looking to see you in. Some of these bad guys merely deduct points from your score, while others are fatal. Watch out for rolling logs, holes, scorpions, alligators, snakes, bottomless pits, swamps.

Pitfall!

Commodore 64 Pitfall!

Pitfall! is a platform action game. You play Pitfall Harry who is on a quest to locate treasure deep in the jungle. With a little luck you’ll be able to find money bags, silver bars, gold bars, and diamond rings. But many obstacles will get in the way, some of which merely deduct points from your score, while others are fatal. Rolling logs and falling down a hole will deduct points, and scorpions, alligators, snakes, bottomless pits, swamps, and fires will cause Pitfall Harry

Pitstop II

Commodore 64 Pitstop II

Race Formula-1 tracks while trying to beat a computer opponent. Be careful as your fuel and tires are consumed as you race.

Planetfall

Commodore 64 Planetfall

You great, great grandfather was a High Admiral and one of the founding officers of the Patrol and all generations since then have served in the Patrol. Now it is your turn to as you start as Ensign Seventh Class.

Plotting

Commodore 64 Plotting

In a Tetris/Mindsweeper twist, you must arrange different types of blocks, bearing symbols such as squares, circles and crosses. Use a small yellow object to direct a block across onto a particular section of a shaped wall with the intention of removing similar blocks it touches.

Pole Position

Commodore 64 Pole Position

Early racing game, a conversion of the arcade classic. Race as far as you can against other cars before time runs out.

Pool of Radiance

Commodore 64 Pool of Radiance

You and and your party first helped the city of Phlan defeat many evils.Your mission is to create a party and manoeuvre it through 1st-perspective dungeons and overhead-view turn-based sequences.

Pooyan

Commodore 64 Pooyan

Pooyan is a port of the popular arcade game by the same name. You play the role of Pooyan and are tasked to protect its piglets from wolves. You start off near the pigs’ home. You are riding up and down in a cable car, shooting at wolves, who are riding balloons. Whent he wolves land on the ground, then will climb a ladder, near the cable-car, and catch Mrs. Pig.

Popeye

Commodore 64 Popeye

As Popeye, you are trying to win Olive Oyl’s love by collecting tokens of her love: those things she keeps dropping from the top of the screen.After collecting the required number of items, you advance to the next more difficult level. The game is filled with many obstacles to stop you from completing your task. Brutus wanders around the screen and is constantly trying to catch you. Collect a can of spinach and you can temporarily knock him out.

Power Drift

Commodore 64 Power Drift

Race dune buggies at high speed on a variety of tracks.There are five tracks to choose from, each with five stages. The stages range from cities, to deserts to tracks over water. To make it tot he next level, place third or higher. Fnish all five levels and you get to playthe bnus level.

Predator 2

Commodore 64 Predator 2

You are Lieutenant Mike Harrington, an LA Cop caught up in the city’s worst nightmare. An alien species has come to town and he’s got some carnage to reign. Are you up to stopping him?Use power-ups to defeat your enemies and save the innocent civilians.

Puzznic

Commodore 64 Puzznic

Maneuvre a selection of blocks of the same design into place inorder to clear them all.Be careful in arranging the blocks to prevent them from being blockaded. The game structure is slightly unusual. After you complete a batch of four levels, you get a choice of 2 sets of levels. What all this means is that there are 220 screens in the game. Each screen is played against a time limit. Losing a level results in a life being lost.

Q*bert

Commodore 64 Q*bert

Q*Bert is a port from the popular early 1980s.You goal is simple: change all of the tiles on a pyramid to the target colour. On early levels, a single hop will change the tile to the desired color, but on later levels you may need to hop on a tile multiple times or even avoid hopping on a tile multiple times! But wait, it gets worse, there are many different creatures wandering around the board aimlessly. Any one of these will take your life.

Qix

Commodore 64 Qix

In this game, you paint your territory. You draw rectangles and other shapes to claim your territory and you can either draw these rectangles fast or slow. Drawing the rectangles using the slow method awards you the most points. Once a rectangle is drawn, the console colours it in. While drawing the rectangles, you need to watch out for Qix and Sparks who travel around the border trying to prevent you from occupying enough territory to make it to the next level.

Quartet

Commodore 64 Quartet

You have a simple mission defeat the level-ending boss in order to obtain the key that will open the level exit. Your mission is made difficult by the planet’s inhabitants. Use your jet-pack to navigate the level, shooting any inhabitants in the way. The dead inhabitants leave behind items that will increase your score once collected. Keep moving as the inhabitants will regenerate and come after you again.

Quest for Quintana Roo

Commodore 64 Quest for Quintana Roo

As Yucatan Sam, your quest is to explore the temple of Quintana Roo. Find the vault that is hidden somewhere within and return with the treasure that is inside. Your quest begins outside the temple. Climb your way up the side of the temple in order to get inside. Poisonous snakes and deadly lightning bolts will block your progress. Once inside, explore various hidden rooms of the temple for keys which are needed to unlock the vault.

R-Type

Commodore 64 R-Type

The R-9 comes equipped as standard fighting class craft and a small gun which can only take down the smallest of enemies without firing several shots. However, the game offers many chances to upgrade to more powerful weapons and more attachments to your ship.R-Type stages have an organic style to them which were inspired by H. R. Giger’s artwork for the Alien movies.

Rainbow Islands

Commodore 64 Rainbow Islands

This is the sequel to Bubble Bobble. However, Bub and Bob now take on their human form.As the boys, you must clear each screen of the bad guys before proceeding to the next level. Game play is pretty much the same as the previous version with a bunch of new power-ups added.