C64 Snoopy

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Snoopy game data

Commodore 64 game name: Snoopy | Release date: 1984 | Publisher: Radarsoft | Game media type: prg | Language: en
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About Commodore 64 Snoopy

Snoopy is a 1984 computer game for the Commodore 64, programmed by C. Kramer and published by Radarsoft. It stars the comics character Snoopy from the popular comic strip Peanuts.

Snoopy is a simple platform game taking place over 20 single-screen levels. In each level, Snoopy’s job is to travel from the left edge of the screen to the right edge. Various dangers, both stationary and mobile, hinder his progress. After 20 levels have been completed, the sequence starts again from the beginning, but this time at a faster pace.

The game’s only relation to the Peanuts comic strip is the main sprite looking like Snoopy. No other Peanuts characters appear or are mentioned, and the game does not involve Snoopy’s famous strange behaviour from the comic strip. [source: https://peanuts.fandom.com/wiki/Snoopy_(video_game)]

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Snoopy C64 keyboard mapping

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DIRECTION JOYSTICK 1 JOYSTICK 2
LEFT A CURSOR LEFT
RIGHT D CURSOR RIGHT
UP W CURSOR UP
DOWN S CURSOR DOWN
FIRE LEFT / RIGHT CTRL LEFT / RIGHT SHIFT