This game is being created with Dean Swain who has produced a complete set of graphics based on the ZX Spectrum version.
So far Target Renegade Remix has:-
The tragic death of your brother Matt, murdered while investigating the underworld dealings of gangland boss Mr Big, cannot go unavenged. Driven by a sense of burning injustice you make your way through the seedy streets of Scumville, a labyrinthine nest of crime and black market dealings, to a final show-down with the notorious gangster himself.
The adventure can be undertaken alone or with a companion (whose presence makes the competition doubly tough) over five multiloaded levels. The action shifts from a dangerous multistorey car park to seedy night time streets via a seemingly harmless city park and an overpopulated shopping mall, finally climaxing in Mr Big's headquarters in a sleazy bar.
The inhabitants of Scumville have little goodwill to spare: motor cyclists, skinheads, Beastie Boys fans and ladies of the night, often armed and always spoiling for a fight, attempt to thwart your progress through the sinister city streets.
You have spent a lot of time cultivating an athletic physique, however, which enables you to carry out various jumping, kicking and punching actions with relative ease. Knocking down a weapon-carrying opponent gives you the chance to pick up his club, axe or stick as it falls; an extra points bonus is awarded for making use of objects as well as fists.
Each time a blow is sustained, your health, indicated by an energy meter, is diminished. Complete loss of strength results in the loss of one of three lives.
Once all current opponents have
been subdued in a section, a door opens on to the next urban battleground.
Survive through to the final confrontation in the bar, beat your way past Mr
Big's bodyguards and the gangland boss lies at your mercy. Succeed in destroying
him and Matt's body can finally lie at rest in his Scumville grave.
Controls: Arrow keys to move (or joystick/pad)
Left CTRL = punch and arrow keys to pull off moves
To Do List
The to-do list is long and distinguished. Please if, you think you can help with any of these, please let me know!
Mike Lamb (original programmer) has contacted me and given his blessing to the project! Also, the game may feature in article on Target Renegade in Retrogamer Magazine!
Target Renegade is © Imagine 1987. All work is absolutely and totally theirs, I do not claim to be the creator of anything. This is merely a fan work. Please don't sue me. Thank you please.