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Beauty and the Beast, Intellivision

Beauty and the Beast is a 1982 release for the Intellivision, by Imagic.

It’s a Donkey Kong clone – in some respects – but with none of the challenge or joy of Nintendo‘s classic platform game.

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Knight Move, Famicom Disk System

Designed by the same guy who created Tetris (Alexey Pajitnov), Knight Move is a weird kind of puzzle game, with a bouncing chess piece knight who can only move in that funny ‘L’ shape that a knight moves in a real game of chess.

The knight must collect hearts by landing on top of them on the same square on the board.

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Dandy, Atari 800

Dandy is an overhead maze shooter for up to four players, created by John Palevich for the Atari Program Exchange in 1983. It is the precursor to Gauntlet, Dark Chambers, and a whole host of other games.

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