Boy that queue fills up fast sometimes! Thanks to a recent stream of a large number of Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers fan games and a surprise influx of a few new titles for 2022, this queue needs to be lightened! So, for the time being I'm sticking with just the streamed games so as not to bury the newer titles in what would be an oversized publication pack, but fear not as next Sunday's stream should be enough justify a quick follow up pack where they can get the focus.
These files come from two Wildcard streams recently, which focused on some aliens, a bit of Batman, and a whole lot of Power Rangers. While they are basically all pretty straightforward beginner works, there were a few pleasant surprises in the mix!
“Batman Forever” (1996)
A surprisingly enjoyable game based on the 1995 film. The constant on screen narration of the events with large art makes this feel like a children's book retelling. Convert more IMDB plot synopses to ZZT games imo.
“Grubville” by Mark Appleby (1992)
The quest for a wedding ring so that you can propose to your girlfriend. Goes off the rails a bit when you encounter a river made of urine.
“Area 51” by MicroX32 (1997)
Aliens have taken over Area 51! You have to stop them! Mostly by walking down ping-pong-paths and shooting at built-in creatures.
“ID4: Independence Day” by JWald90726
An early revision of a game based on Independence Day. The yellow borders are now intact.
“Independence Day” by TChiaramonte
A looser interpretation of the movie. Always get your parents' permission before blasting aliens.
“Mightey Power Rangers” (1994)
Rita has mindworped the Power Rangers. Your Jason on your way to save tham. Good Luck!
“MMPR” by Squigiman
A very short and simple Power Rangers game. Hilariously it's built over DEMO.ZZT so there are a ton of unused boards. (Mind the r-slur on the first board)
“Tommy vs Goldar” by Zack Scott (1995)
Fight some putties, then get your zord ready to fight against a giant Goldar! Notable among these MMPR games for including a simple engine where you pilot a zord via objects.
“ZZT Power” by ALEXRANGER
Rescue your fellow rangers that have been mind-controlled! I think. This game doesn't explain much but some of the rangers instantly kill you when you talk to them so I'm assuming that's the plot.
“Jason's Adventure” by The Weazle (1994)
One of the better Power Rangers games streamed thanks to the art of the Tyrannozord and including Bulk and Skull for just a moment.
“The Black Ranger's Adventure” by The Weazle
The best of the Power Ranger games streamed recently. Zach scours an island for zapper guns capable of destroying Lord Zed's new monsters. A simple yet fun adventure that suffers due to a few board linking errors.