& Reviewed by Vinny Mainolfi
Every now and then a new basic style game appears on
the Commodore 64 that really takes me back to those
early days of C64 gaming. Those innocent times of simple
concepts and clean styles. Well thanks to the RGCD C64
16KB Cartridge Game Development Competition (that's a
mouthful!), the cute Quasimodo game, Bell Ringer 3, made
its debut to the unsuspecting Commodore 64 community,
and reminded us that simple games can still be fun!
Okay - so Bell Ringer 3
came 10th out of 15 games... but I still love playing
it! With it's simple platform style, clean
graphics, and fitting Sean Connolly tunes, Bell Ringer 3
was definitely one of my faves. And not just that...
Geir also had the time to fit in a game ending!
"You know I'm going
to say it..."
"DER BELLS! DER
HOW WAS IT COMPLETED?:
I used a trained version by Laxity that allowed me to
skip all the levels, but I still played through the last
level, 10. (I recently figured out that if I'd pressed
'Q', it would have taken me straight to the game
SO WHAT HAPPENS?:
Once you have successfully opened the final exit, your
Bonus Bells are added up and then the end ending screen
appears with our hero running, bells all around him
flashing, and the words "CONGRATULATIONS. ALL LEVELS