Average Playtime: 3 hours

Macbat 64

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Macbat 64 is a low poly 3D Platformer and 4:3 loveletter to the late 90s.

  • Classic 3D platforming!
  • A variety of different micro worlds!
  • Different gamplay styles!
  • A lot of unique and characteristic NPCs to interact with!
All the 3D platforming goodness from the late 90s is back!
Search, Collect and Jump (multiple times in a row even!) like it's

3D Platforming is not enough? Well, I got some kart racing, 8-Bit minigames,
stunt driving 80s cars, First Person shooting sections, 2.5D Sections, a bar
full of half drunk characters and a temple full of water for you!
...wait, come back here! The waterlevel is not that difficult, I promise!
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows Vista, 7, 8 or 10
  • Processor: Pentium(R) Dual-Core CPU T4200 2.00GHz
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3450
  • Storage: 300 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Windows Compatible Card
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Last Modified: Apr 20, 2023

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Macbat 64 is a small short Throwback to the old N64 classics and aims (Along with Kiwi 64) mainly towards the old Rare games! In total, about 10 smaller Worlds await you, going from Donkey Kong 64 similar Forests Over to Sidescrollers of all Kirby To Castlevania similar Villas. In addition to the explorable Worlds, there are always small Gimmicks like Racers of all Mario-Kart. The Game hits the Style extremely well, the Music is on Point and there are enough Allusions hidden to keep even spinning veterans on the Face. A Minus Point can be the Length for many, as it is not very long at 1-2 Times. A detailed Review can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0VVRVuFykw
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Macbat 64 takes you back to the N64 era. The Game is based on Banjo-Kazooie and Super Mario 64. What to enjoy with Caution, though-because unlike the classic N64 games, Macbat 64 is played through in less than 1 Hour. The Level Of difficulty is very light. There are hardly any Enemies or Traps that can give you virtual Death. Nevertheless, the individual small Levels, the Music and the Dialogues of the NPCs Entertained me well. Pro: + 64 graphics + Varied Worlds + Control easy to handle + Many References to other Games and Movies + A few Bonus levels are unlocked after The end of the Game + Music Comes very close to the classic Games of Rare ran + CRT monitor filters (with Button T Activable) Neutral: o Game is trimmed to Minimalism o Very simply Contra:-Worlds are all very small-New World must be chosen manually after each Conclusion of a World-Often Repetitive Missions-Little Extras for Free Spins-Very short playing time-Kart Racing Mini-game Kept far too simple and too minimalist
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Microsoft from Deutsch
A small but very nice 3D jump & Run inspired by Titles from the Nintendo 64-& PSX era, both optical Style and Gameplay. But unlike, for example, in Super Mario 64 or Banjo Kazooie, there are no Fights and opponents here, or only limited, so sometimes things are fired at with a Blowpipe, Ghosts are defeated with a Lamp and there is a Boss fight. The Focus of the rest of The game is on solving smaller Puzzles, Collecting coins and other Items. Everything is presented with a truly loving retro performance, each Level is inspired by classic Games or Films and is accompanied by a suitable Soundtrack. It should be Noted, however, that the Levels are very small and the Overall game is not very long. The 10 Levels are mastered relatively quickly, after playing through there are 3 more Bonus levels. If you find all the Secrets, you will receive a bonus item that will allow you to leave the Level Boundaries and find more Eastereggs. By the Way, the game is a Sequel to "Kiwi 64," which was also a Tribute to the 3D Jump & Run pioneers-you can even play for free on the Net, just google!
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