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Each game uses different controls, most Amiga games use both mouse and keyboard.

Description

Released in 1986 when the C64 was at one of its greatest points in production, Split Personalites was released. Known as the sliding tile game, Split Personalities you had to slide well known figures faces back together.

The game presents you first with a blank screen to play with. You control a flashing cursor which can be moved at will over the canvas. Press the fire button and the first piece of the puzzle will slide out on to the playing area. Move the cursor on to this piece and then you can slide it around the screen by holding fire before moving the stick in the direction you wish the block to move. At this point it is also worth looking at the miniature version of the picture you are trying to assemble which is handily placed above your score. Here the full grid is present, and the block in play is highlighted so you can tell where it needs to go. This comes in very useful on some levels where position is not obvious from the scrap of picture held on any one block (indeed, certain screens include several identical blocks, get them in the wrong place and your finished portrait will look perfect but you won't finish the level).

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Split Personalities - Cover Art Commodore 64