Turrican game data
About Commodore 64 Turrican
Turrican, a video game from 1990, was created by Manfred Trenz and developed for the Commodore 64 by Rainbow Arts. The game can be characterized as a fusion of Metroid and Psycho-Nics Oscar. The vast levels and morph-ball feature drew inspiration from Metroid, while the visual design and weaponry were influenced by Psycho-Nics Oscar. Distinct from many action games of its era, Turrican allowed players to freely explore each level and discover hidden secrets. In 1991, a sequel titled Turrican II: The Final Fight was released.
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Turrican C64 keyboard mapping
When you start a game, each joystick port is automatically turned on. Sometimes this causes a problem as the joystick port is mapped to the keys below. If a game uses these keys, you need to turn off the joystick ports.C64 emulator joystick - keyboard mappings
|LEFT / RIGHT CTRL
|LEFT / RIGHT SHIFT