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Directional Force from a Moving Surface

Video game concept

A moving surface (floor or conveyor belts for example) causes movement in a way that the player may resist, utilize, or must avoid.

55
games
28
platforms

Alternate names: Conveyor Belts
Name variations: conveyer belts

Hong Kong Phooey: No.1 Super Guy (ZX Spectrum)
SPC 1990
Hong Kong Phooey: No.1 Super Guy (Commodore 64)
C64 1990
SD Hero Soukessen: Taose! Aku no Gundan (Nintendo Entertainment System)
NES 1990-07-07
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (GameCube)
GC 2002-11-28
Hong Kong Phooey: No.1 Super Guy (Amiga OCS)
OCS 1990
Hong Kong Phooey: No.1 Super Guy (Atari ST)
ST 1990
Code Name: Viper (Nintendo Entertainment System)
NES 1990-02-23
The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening (Texas Instruments Calculators)
TICT 2003-01-23
Journey to Silius (Nintendo Entertainment System)
NES 1990-08-10
Conveyor-Belt Capers (ZX Spectrum)
SPC 1984
Super Mario Bros. 3 (Nintendo Entertainment System)
NES 1988-10-23
Momotarō Katsugeki (PC Engine)
PCE 1990-09-21

The first video game about Directional Force from a Moving Surface was released in 1984.

Nintendo, Hi-Tec Software and Valve has published most of these games

Related: (not part of this but may superficially seem like they are)
* Moving platforms
* Elevators

Parent group

Directional Force

Platforms

NES 9
Linux 8
ZX Spectrum 3
C64 3
3DS 2
Windows 2
Amiga 2
N64 2
MS-DOS 2
Amstrad CPC 2
GBA 2
GameCube 2
GB 1
PS2 1
Master System 1
Mega Drive 1
PCE 1
TI Calculators 1
Wii 1
Neo-Geo 1
Apple II E 1
Mac OS Classic 1
GBC 1
Memotech MTX 1
Wii U 1
Atari ST 1
SNES 1
Atari 400/800 1

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