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... but the best is yet to come.

Greetings Apple II fellow forum members

This post is a follow-up to my other post about Apple II games' ending screenshots.
Instead of having a screen ending here's a video intro with audio of a classic Apple II shoot 'em up game :
A.E. by Jun Wada and Makoto Horai. Broderbund, 1983.
You will need flash plug-in for your browser to watch these.
(Click on either screenshots to watch video)

Hope you like it!
More to come - requests are welcome but not guaranteed Smile

Apple II Forever!

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I remember that...

I had the Atari version, but the screens look the same, with perhaps a slight difference in the fonts.

I still get one level's intro music stuck in my head every now and again (like it will be for the rest of the day now, thank you Acute ).

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Apple II Chivalry intro video

eeun wrote:
I still get one level's intro music stuck in my head every now and again (like it will be for the rest of the day now, thank you Acute ).

I know what you mean Smile
Here is another Apple II game with a memorable intro melody : Chivalry (by Hefter & Worthington : Optimum Resources, 1983)!

Just click on load page to watch the video.
For more information on this great Game of Rescue click here.

Enjoy!

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nice game intros, altho th

nice game intros,

altho this isnt a game intro and not really related, but i have always liked it Youtube link

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The way it started had me not

The way it started had me not hoping for much but when the music kicked in it the tie in was actually not bad.

A more direct link to the video maker is: http://www.stewdio.org/jed/

EDIT: And that's why they sound familiar, Grandaddy had a song in 28 Days Later.

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Re: The way it started had me not

Jon wrote:
The way it started had me not hoping for much but when the music kicked in it the tie in was actually not bad.

A more direct link to the video maker is: http://www.stewdio.org/jed/

EDIT: And that's why they sound familiar, Grandaddy had a song in 28 Days Later.

sweet

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EOA Bonanza!

Here are three classic "creme de la creme" Apple II Electronic Arts computer games : Archon, Archon II: Adept, and The Bard's Tale. All have great intros and music. The Bard's Tale intro is keenly animated with the minstrel singing the Skara Brae tale while playing his mandolin and is a personal favorite of mine. Enjoy!

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Who you gonna call ?

Surely everyone remembers this cool game opening Smile
This is rather a long clip : full 4-minute sing-along music video of the theme song by Ray Parker Jr. Apple II game by Activision, 1984.

Happy Holidays Apple II Enthusiasts!

Apple II Forever!

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very nice, i will be getting

very nice, i will be getting a IIc in a few day's but i think it lacks its power cord

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