Welcome to my blog. I'm going to be showing off some rather obscure, almost unknown video games that you may have never heard of up until now.
A strange dream I had.
Posted 01-28-2011 at 11:06 AM by Zeether
Updated 01-28-2011 at 11:24 AM by Zeether
This morning I went back to sleep and had a dream about a game by Nintendo no one ever knew about. It was on some small unit in an arcade on a table with one other game by them that wasn't working and would eject coins if they were inserted. The arcade was one of those redemption machine places, but the tickets were receipts and the arcade games themselves printed receipts too. The unit itself looked like the keyboard part of an old Commodore 64 or ZX Spectrum computer (the kinds you hooked up to a television), with a coin slot, and all I remember seeing on it besides the controls which were a small joystick and a single button, was "Amiga manufactured by Mercedes" or something. Yeah, I dunno why a car company would make an arcade game, let alone the unit it was on. The game screen was composed of 3 small projectors sticking out that showed the game as if it were some bas-relief image and you had to pick it up and hold it at the right angle to see it. Strangely, the game was black and white (and at one point I held it at an angle that made it look like a Game Boy game) but the projectors emitted a green light. I forgot what the name was but it looked like a mixture between Asteroids and Gravitar, where you had to navigate tight passages with a ship that drifts nearly eternally like in Asteroids, and the ship looked like the ship from the "Space Fever II" minigame on Game Boy Camera. I lost my last life on a stage where there was a giant asteroid blocking a cave entrance like a boulder.