Fire King Codewheel

FIRE KING CODE WHEEL

 

Finally the super rare, for the first time ever, the FIRE KING codewheel is online for all to download. Is might be the very last Commodore 64 code wheel I needed to complete the online collection for you to download.

Special Thanks to Craig A. Ernster.

 

 

 

FIRE KING INFO:

Year: 1989
Publisher: SSG Strategic Studies Group Pty Ltd.
Developer: Micro Forté Pty. Ltd.

Description
The city of Stormhaven Bay was once enjoying prosperity, protected by the balance of four elements: Fire, Water, Earth, and Air. Each element had a mage that supervised and controlled it, preserving harmony in the land. But the Fire Mage, the leader of the group, was slain by a horrifying monster. This broke the balance, and monsters began to roam the land and attack townspeople. A brave hero is needed to defeat the fiends and restore peace!

Fire King is a follow-up to Demon Stalkers. Like its predecessor, it is essentially a Gauntlet variant in its core. The player explores the top-down world, descending into dungeons and fighting hordes of enemies in fast-paced, action-oriented combat. Compared to its spiritual predecessors, Fire King incorporates more RPG elements.The player can choose to control one of the six available characters, and specialize in one of the three disciplines: Magic, Armor, and Strength. Spells and other helpful items can be found in the dungeons and used against the enemies.

Screenshots

NOW the CODEWHEEL – Download the PDF here: Fire-King-Codewheel

 

Neuromancer Code Wheel

NeuromancerPicPAXNeuromancer also uses a code wheel. When you use the PAX machine (see picture) you are given three access codes and you are asked for a verification code.

Here is an image of the C64 code wheel, which was not purple as shown in some photos.

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I bought this game so I could take apart the code wheel and scan them in. So here is the PDF of the top and bottom for Neuromancer codewheel

 

John Madden Code Wheel

madden1 John Madden Football from Electronic Arts in 1989.

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The game used a codewheel for it copy protection. Electronics Art used many different copy protection forms in the 1980s for it’s Commodore 64 games from Error checking to FAT Tracks on 34/35, to Pirateslayer and then to Codewheels and manual look ups.

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After the boot screen and you select

Start Game you get this screen that

ask for your Madden Season Ticket

 

There was already a print out of the codewheel, BUT it’s pretty confusing look at this:  John Madden Football

SO I found a code wheel on Ebay and bought it to scan for my blog, here it is in PDF and PNG. Hope this helps someone. MaddenScan.PDF and MaddenScanPNG.zip

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