Commander Keen: Invasion of the Vorticons: Episode 1: Marooned on Mars (Dec. 14th 1990) Episode 2: The Earth Explodes (1991) Episode 3: Keen Must Die! (1991)) Commander Keen's allererstes Abenteuer und das Debut von id's bahnbrechender Side-scrolling Technologie.
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Veröffentlichung: 14. Dez. 1990
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Commander Keen: Invasion of the Vorticons:

  • Episode 1: Marooned on Mars (Dec. 14th 1990)
  • Episode 2: The Earth Explodes (1991)
  • Episode 3: Keen Must Die! (1991))

Commander Keen's allererstes Abenteuer und das Debut von id's bahnbrechender Side-scrolling Technologie. In diesem Spiel übernehmen Sie die Rolle von Commander Keen: das zweite ich eines achtjährigen Genies namens Billy Blaze. Als Billy davon erfährt, dass die Erde in Gefahr ist, legt er Helm und Football-Ausrüstung seines großen Bruders an und mutiert mit seinem selbst gemachten interstellaren Raumschiff zu Commander Keen -- Verteidiger der Erde!

Commander Keen in Goodbye Galaxy!:

  • Episode 4: Secret of the Oracle (1991)
  • Episode 5: The Armageddon Machine (1991)

Sie sind der achtjährige Billy Blaze, Wunderkind der Nachbarschaft. Jedoch bekannt als Commander Keen im ganzen restlichen Universum. Es ist an der Zeit Ihren Springstock und Ihren Hirn-Betäuber einzupacken und in das Cockpit Ihrer selbst gemachten Megarakete zu steigen und völlig losgelöst aus dem Schattendasein abzuheben. Um die Auslöschung allen Lebens zu verhindern mssen Sie Ihren Weg durch tödliche Gefahren kämpfen und verschlagene Kreaturen besiegen...oder als atomisierter Space-Toast enden.

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28 von 35 Personen (80%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
4.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 3. Januar
A collection of 5 Commander Keen Games from my Childhood from "Invasion of the Vorticons: Episodes 1-3" to "Goodbye Galaxy: Episodes 4-5"! However, Episode 6: Aliens ate my Babysiter, Episode 7 (or Episode 3 1/2): Keen Dreams (Lost Episode) & the Unoffical Universe is Toast Saga: Episodes 8-10 (or Episodes 7-9) are not Included.
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1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
0.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 13. Februar
False advetising. Complete Pack should mean COMPLETE! Keen dreams is missing. and Keen 6 is missing. What a load of crap.
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10 von 11 Personen (91%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
5.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 6. Mai
A simple platformer with excellent design, Commander Keen, developed by id sofware, was revolutionary in it's day and was the first action sidescroller on PC. It features large, non-linear levels in which you need to navigate to the exit, which is most likely blocked off by a door requiring a key which is hidden on the map somewhere. The levels get more complex and the design gets crazier as the game progresses along with gaining difficulty as you'd expect. Overall this is a solid platformer, even by todays standards, it offers great gameplay, great design and a lot of replay value, this comes with 5 Commander Keen games, so instead of paying 15$ for some indie platformer that tries to mimmick games of Commander Keen's era, get the real McCoy!

Works with controller.
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7 von 7 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30. März
So glad I found this game. Brings me back to my childhood.
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7.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 13. März
-Quick Review-
Commander Keen Complete Pack is a DOS platformer from the 1990's by Apogee Software (now known as 3D Realms). While the game is very much focused on being an arcade platformer game, the designers included a story explaining what was going on within the game... Interested? Read on.

-Detailed breakdown review-
Story: Billy Blaze is your standard 8 year old boy, by standard we mean he making his own unraveling adventure in space, starting off with fighting the Vorticons and saving planet earth, then receiving news of a new threat to the Galaxy Keen rushes off to consult the Keepers of the Oracle.
It is worth noting for die-hard-Commander-Keen Fans, that not all games are present: 1 Marooned on Mars. 2 The Earth Explodes. 3 Keen Must Die! 4 Secrets of the Oracle. 5 The Armageddon Machine. are available in the Commander Keen Complete Pack.

Game Play: It has already been established that the Commander Keen Complete Pack is a platformer, but in addition to standard movement controls you have a laser gun, and a Pogo Stick (being the signature item of the franchise). You can jump, and the Pogo stick gives you even higher jumps. When I was little, no one in my family knew what this game was called. So we called lovingly called it "Pogo"!
In Addition to the movement features of the game, there are various "accessory" items that help you unlock different levels, or unlock doors within a level. While in many of the games there are levels and extra's you can skip over, trying to track down all the secrets in these games really increases it's replay-ability. (Hey, keep in mind this is a DOS game developed in the 1990's, the fact that this type of game is still fun to play is pretty impressive)

Achievements: There are no achievements in the Commander Keen games, however there are High Scores. As with very old classic Arcade games; you would try to get the highest score and then put in perverted messages to the poor souls who never had the mad skills you did.

Price The Commander Keen Complete Pack is priced at $4.99, if you sit down and actually play the game you can easily get more then 4 hours worth of game play, the games have a really nice combination of difficulty, exploration, platforming and secret area's.

*Graphics Graphics is a NEW category that I'm adding exclusively for this particular review. I don't personally care about graphics in video games, I feel that bad mechanics (or Game Play) speak stronger then if you're seeing every poly in the character. But I want to emphasis that this is an old game, so if you do intend to get it without having any internal motivation, keep in mind this is a game LOOKS, SOUNDS, and often times FEELS old.

*Nostalgia Nostalgia is a NEW category that I'm adding exclusively for this particular review. I think it's pretty safe to say that 90% of the people who have played and/or reviewed this game are all motivated by the same thing: This is a game of our past. For me personally this was the first PC Game *I ever played*. Nearly the first game in general, but Super Mario Land for the Gameboy takes first place.
If you want to take a step back and know what type of game I was playing when I was a little kid, go ahead and buy this game, then let me know what you thought about it!

Conclusion: Do I recommend... or not recommend... that is the question. Most people will pass up this game, and that's fine. It probably only appeals to gamers who enjoy Platformers, or those of us who played this game when we were little.
I am going to recommend this game to people who enjoy platformers, specifically Commander Keen 4 "Secrets of the Oracle", the earlier games are more of a novelty, while still often times difficult, I personally preferred Commander Keen 4 and 5, to the original Trilogy.
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