Winter Camp (C64)

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Winter Camp
Winter Camp - C64.jpg
Platform: C64
Year: 1992
Developer: Thalamus Ltd.

Winter Camp is the sequel to Summer Camp. Maximus Mouse is now a rescue ranger at Camp Nice'n'Icy, but he soon notices a bird who will knock a pebble down a mountain, setting off a avalanche that will engulf the camp, unless he can prevent it, over eight varied levels.

The levels offer various challenges. The most common type of level is a patrol. There are three such levels, involving ice skating, boating on a river, and skiing. On each level you have a quota of rescues to make. There are various obstacles on the levels, and a variety of objects to use to avoid them. For example, a spring will allow you to jump over a stretch of water.

At the end of each of these levels is a boss, who must be defeated using the objects you have collected. The bosses are easier to defeat the more rescues you perform.

Other levels include a skate training level, a snowball fight with bears hiding in trees, and a memory game with a cameo appearance by Clyde Radcliffe from the Creatures series. Most of the levels have a time limit, indicated by the bird moving towards the pebble.

Screenshots

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The title screen.

Music

Mark Clements wrote the music in his own sound driver. Clements did a good job writing this simple music, even for 1992.

Recording

# Title ComposerArranger Length Listen Download
01 Title Screen Mark ClementsMark Clements 4:41
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02 Game Theme Felix BernardMark Clements 3:51
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03 Get Ready Mark ClementsMark Clements 0:04
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04 Lose a Life Mark ClementsMark Clements 0:02
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05 Game Over Mark ClementsMark Clements 0:04
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Credits

(Source: Title sequence, recognizable song.)

Game Rip

Format

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Audio Devices

This game uses the computer's built-in SID chip. The bass sounds different on every 6581 because it uses SID's infamous filter. An official NTSC version is not known.

Releases

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Winter Camp - C64.jpg
Title: Winter Camp
Platform: Commodore 64
Released: 1992-0?-??
Publisher: Thalamus Ltd.

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