If you’re an older gamer who loved the classic gameplay of Rick Dangerous and other platformers you’ll love Rocky Memphis and The Temple of Ophuxoff, a freeware game made by Trevor (Smilia) Storey and Stuart Collier.
It’s a huge 600 screen platformer to explore so this won’t be finished quickly. It’s “casual gamer” friendly too as there are infinite lives and you can save the game at any time, and you can upload your top scores to the game website. It’s also available for Windows and Mac OS X so you (probably) don’t have any excuse for not trying it!
Here’s an interview with the authors including titbits about their Last Ninja remake, and news of their Myth remake too. They also shed some light on sales of the commercial Armalyte remake. If I had a PC I’d buy that in an instant!
3 thoughts on “Rocky Memphis and The Temple of Ophuxoff”
Ophuxoff? Sounds like they don’t want you to play the game. 😉
The name is explained as follows:
Gamer 1: How many screens does it have?
Gamer 2: Six hundred.
Gamer 1: What? Ophuxoff!!