Over the years I rarely saw anything specifically for the C128 besides CP/M and C-Net 128. I searched at one point for any C128 specific games but only found a version of "The Last V8" which didn't appear to be any different from the C64 version.
It doesn't seem like there was much effort to make games specifically for the C128 as there are so few out there. But that being said, was there any advantage to having a game run natively on the C128 or were the media functions limited to the VIC-II and SID that was "C64 grade" in the first place?
I can understand from the publishers point of view that they could just target the C64 and get both markets while limiting to the C128 would cut out the majority of people. However, I'm just curious if the improvements of the C128 were strictly "business application focused" and all gaming was limited to the legacy C64 mode.