Quattro compilations

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Quattro ("four" in Italian) is a series of video game compilations (each with four games) released in the 1990s. They consisted of games developed by Codemasters and were published by Camerica except for Power Machines. The NES versions of the games were released as multicarts.

Quattro Sports[edit]

Quattro Sports
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NES cover
Developer(s) Codemasters
Publisher(s) Camerica
Series Quattro
Platform(s) Amiga, Commodore 64, Nintendo Entertainment System, ZX Spectrum
Release 1990
Genre(s) Sports, compilation

Quattro Sports is a video game made by Codemasters and released for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), Commodore 64 and Amiga. The NES version was not licensed by Nintendo. It features four sports games, Tennis Simulator, BMX Simulator, Soccer Simulator, and Baseball pros.

Quattro Arcade[edit]

Quattro Arcade
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Developer(s) Codemasters
Publisher(s) Camerica
Platform(s) Nintendo Entertainment System, Commodore 64
Release 1992
Genre(s) Platform, compilation
Mode(s) Multi-player

Quattro Arcade is a collection of 4 platform and action video games released for the NES and Commodore 64 in 1992. It is made up of:

Quattro Adventure[edit]

Quattro Adventure
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Developer(s) Codemasters
Publisher(s) Camerica
Platform(s) NES, Commodore 64
Release 1993
Genre(s) Platform, compilation
Mode(s) Single player

Quattro Adventure is a collection of 4 platform action video games released for the NES and Commodore 64 in 1993.

It contains the following games:

Quattro Coin-Ops[edit]

Quattro Coin-Ops
Developer(s) Codemasters
Publisher(s) Codemasters
Platform(s) Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum
Release 1990
Genre(s) Arcade, compilation
Mode(s) Single player

Quattro Coin Ops is a collection of 4 arcade type video games released for the Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum in 1991.

It contains the following games:

  • Advanced Pinball Simulator
  • Pub Trivia
  • Fruit Machine Simulator
  • Fast Food: Dizzy, in which the titular character Dizzy is running around in various mazes munching food and avoiding monsters in a Pac-Man style arcade game.

Quattro Adventures Vol. 2[edit]

Quattro Adventures Vol. 2
Developer(s) Codemasters (France)
Publisher(s) Megastar Joystick
Platform(s) Atari ST
Release 1990
Genre(s) Platform, compilation
Mode(s) Single player

Quattro Adventures Vol. 2 is a collection of 4 platform action video games released for the Atari ST in 1990.

It contains the following games:

  • Treasure Island Dizzy: Dizzy finds himself stranded on an island and must figure out how to get home.
  • Little Puff in Dragonland
  • The Sword and the Rose
  • Spellfire the Sorcerer

Quattro Dizzy Adventures Vol. 10[edit]

Quattro Dizzy Adventures
Developer(s) Codemasters (France)
Publisher(s) Megastar Joystick
Platform(s) Amstrad CPC
Genre(s) Sports video game, platform, racing video game
Mode(s) Multiplayer, single-player

Quattro Dizzy Adventures is a collection of 4 platform action video games released for the Amstrad CPC in 1990.

It contains the following games:

  • Treasure Island Dizzy: Dizzy finds himself stranded on an island and must figure out how to get home.
  • Dizzy: Dizzy has found a stone slab with the instructions on how to destroy the evil wizard Zaks and liberate the land of Katmandu.
  • Fast Food: Dizzy is running around in various mazes munching food and avoiding monsters in a Pac-Man style arcade game.
  • Fantasy World Dizzy: Dizzy's girlfriend Daisy has been captured and locked in a tower by the king's guards and it's up to Dizzy to break free from his cell and rescue her.

Quattro Power Machines[edit]

Quattro Power Machines
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Developer(s) Codemasters, Optimus Software Ltd
Publisher(s) Codemasters
Platform(s) Amiga, Atari ST
Release 1993
Genre(s) Racing game, shoot 'em up
Mode(s) Single-player

Quattro Power Machines is a collection of 4 driving and shoot 'em up games released for the Amiga and Atari ST in 1993.

It contains the following games:

  • Violator: Violator is a vertical scrolling shoot-em-up. The player flies a helicopter through a terrain full of enemies. Planes fly at the player in formation. Turrets are capable of firing in 8 directions in order to attack player.
  • Nitro Boost Challenge: In this action driving game, the player must drive through 5 different stages, including a car chase, a boat race, a forest rally, and jumping the Grand Canyon. This game was originally called Super Stuntman and was released on the Commodore 64.
  • Super Grand Prix: The updated 16-bit version of Codemaster' Grand Prix Simulator. The game now has 4 different modes of play. The player can race with Formula 1 cars, compete in drag racing, ride motorbikes, as well as use a variety of vehicles in the 4th mode, including go-carts, police cars, a tank(which is mostly only useful to shoot other cars and act as a blockade against those behind the player). Up to 6 cars can participate in a race, and each race can be 3, 4, or 5 laps. 4 people can race against each other, with 2 on keyboard and 2 with joysticks.
  • Pro Powerboat Simulator: This is a boat racing game more than a simulator, in which the player must use their power boat to compete against other boaters on water-based tracks, using bridges, bombs and the player's very boat against others. Ramps can be used to skim over the top of other racers, and bombs can be placed in order to gain points as they explode when other players run over them. The player must pick up extra fuel and bombs without crashing into the bank. The player must also avoid a helicopter which flies overhead and drops bombs.

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