The point here is: when you begin, you can't stop it! Kichy did it again!
The guy's on fire, you can see it crystal clear, the guy's totally on fire. And what did he take to all of us this time? Yes, another unexpected wonder: under the usual label Assassins, Kichy has converted the classic platform game originally coded on ZX Spectrum by The Mojon Twins, called Uwol: Quest for Money.
Jump run and pick coins into the creepy rooms of a doomed pyramid, avoid the foes and the seeking ghost, fight against time and falldowns, choose your own route into the pyramid. You'll be free once you get outside with 256 or more coins, or you'll be forced to walk around forever!
Kichy's Uwol conversion falls into the preexisting releases for Commodore 64 and SEGA Genesis, but it's more than a simple conversion: the game has been squeezed into one single file, being playable on Commodore 16/116/Plus4 (less than 15K!), regardless the original game's size. It has been a big work of choices, cutoffs, recoding and redrawing. But he got success at last: Uwol is officially a C16 release, as it perfectly works on every 264 series machine! This is a result to celebrate, and there's no better way to do that than with a wonderful original intro jingle conversion performed by Csabo/LOD, powered with TED+digi in order to rock the drums more!