Hungry Mutant Animals - Version 1.0
"Hungry Mutant Animals" is a 2D shoot'em up game for Windows where you battle for your life against mutant animals. It originated from that great Atari ST computer game called DGDB. DGDB was a public domain game created by Michael Rieck and Thomas Ehlers in 1986. DGDB (Das Grosse Deutsche Ballerspiel) is German and roughly translates to "The Great German Videogame".
We, my family and I, began playing this game in about 1987. Each enemy looked to us like a certain type of animal. The name "Hungry Mutant Animals" was chosen for that reason.
The storyline? Well.... In a field far far away, in a time still to come, old farmer Joe was developing a super strength formula for his farm animals. When it came time to feed them his newly finished formula, his farm hand made the mistake of mixing in too much vitamin C. During the night all the animals mutated into hungry beasts. Now it is up to farmer Joe and his farm hand to stop those animals before they conquer the world!
1. Program itself is new.
Download DGDB Atari for Windows 188.8.131.52 FREE (Size = 1039KB)
IT'S FINALLY HERE :) This is the same as the original DGDB for the Atari ST. It reads and writes to the same map (FELD) files as the original. The room dimensions are the same (20x12 instead of the 30x19 that Hungry Mutant Animals uses). Music has been added. DirectX is required. It even comes with a map editor. Joystick or keyboard can be used. If you have any cool maps or music or sprites (object pictures) for others to download, send me a zip file with all your files and a readme.txt with anything you might have to say. You may send me your files at email@example.com and I will post them here.
[ 1694 downloads since Feb 28, 2005 ]
Download DGDB Atari Level Editor FREE (Size = 4183KB)
10 years late, but, IT'S HERE!! This made-for-windows program can edit the original DGDB for the Atari ST FELD (map) files in an easy to use graphical interface. It can also create new map files. 32 bit and 64 bit programs are included.
[ 64 downloads since 2014/02/25 ]
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