Dragon Breed +10HD (Crypt and WDR) Disk 2.d64 (Size: 341.50 KB) (Files: 2)
Dragon Breed +10HD (Crypt and WDR) Disk 2.d64
Dragon Breed +10HD (Crypt and WDR) Disk 1.d64
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for the Commodore 64
- Documentation included
- High score saver
- Selectable start levels
- Fixed small pixel bug in the title (with the digitized sound)
- End game page has music added and allows you to restart game rather
- Two in-game cheats
- Fastloader added
Dragon Breed is a horizontally-scrolling shoot-em-up arcade game
produced by Irem in 1989. It ran on M72 and M81 hardware and was
well-received by critics at the time.
The player's character is a human who rides a large, green, flying
Chinese-style dragon. The dragon is invincible, capable of blocking
most enemy projectiles and damaging enemies on contact; the human,
however, is not, but is armed with a forward-firing crossbow.
The dragon's body is very flexible and responds to the player's
movement, enabling the player to use the dragon as a mobile shield or
as a whip-like weapon. You can also circle the tail around a group of
enemies to kill them. The tail of the yellow or blue dragon can be
coiled around the player to offer almost complete invulnerability for
a limited time.
The dragon can also spit fireballs, in a manner very similar to the
Wave Cannon from R-Type. By holding the fire button down, the dragon
will build up fire in its mouth; the longer the button is held down,
the more powerful the fireball will be. There are four levels of
fireball power; at its strongest, the fireball resembles a dragon's
head. The game also contains some platforming elements - the human
is able to dismount on horizontal platforms.
A two-disk game cracked from an original tape for the Commodore 64