Bingo Attack is an oldschool action shot'em up game inspired by the era of C64/Amiga/Atari and NES. It was designed to run on any PC and fit on a single floppy disk, the story can be summed up as:
The evil Berra character was born out of the annoyance caused by a mascot of a swedish TV-Show called Bingo Lotto, a very popular lottery themed show.
Click the images to see videos from the late 90s, at your own risk.
As you can see, the late 90s was a glorious time when rough 3D animations could be superimposed onto anything. But we still felt something was wrong. There must be something darker behind those cute eyes. Something wicked. Something evil.
Bingo Attack was created by Martin 'teadrinker' Eklund and Olle Jernberg.
Emil Segerås (BeOS-port/directsound)
Jonas Kylander (Additional 3Dmodelling)
Kalle Svensson (GNU/Linux port)
Linus 'Mr.L' Grabö
Leif 'loket' Olsson
Commmodore (for the C64 and Amiga)
The inventors of tea
Thanx to the demo-scene for endless inspiration
To all of you out there who tested the first versions;
- Thanx a lot for your encouragement and support
And finally, thanx to YOU for playing!