Another GTW64 update which includes: QA text adventure game fully recovered and preserved QA! 3 new entries added: Octopussy, Rent-a-cop Reloaded, System 15000 sequel 15 other entries updated: Includes many credit fixes, a full version of James Fly added and more! … Continue reading
A long lost John Vanderaart game called Aurum has been found and recovered via a chance copy from a party back in the 80′s and preserved. Not only has it been preserved, but the past few months have seen a painstaking … Continue reading
A huge thank you to Vinny Mainolfi for his kind contribution to our gamesthatwerent.com domain costs for this year!
A huge thank you to Andreas Wanda and Kevin Tilley for your kind contribution to our domain and hosting costs for this year!
Following on from other recent recoveries comes another title which has been fixed up by Fix, Bieno, Pugsy and Jazzcat over the past few months. This time another full game which was meant to have seen the light of day back … Continue reading
After 23 years of being missing, possibly the final remaining copy of Graham Gooch World Class Cricket (the original version for the C64 as reviewed by Commodore Format in issue 12) has been recovered and preserved. Graham Gooch World Class … Continue reading
A huge thank you to LDX#40 and Jan Schulze for your kind contribution to our domain and hosting costs for this year!
A nice big update for June, which includes the full preservation of Pluff, which has been missing for many years. Also included are two home brew titles which were done back in the day by a game creator and … Continue reading
Thanks to Ross Sillifant for highlighting yet another title which was looking a little different before its final release. Although not drastically different to the final game, there’s probably no harm flagging it up for a quick mention. When Green Beret … Continue reading
Over the years, GTW64 has added titles to its archives which were mistakenly thought to have been abandoned and no longer in production. Rather than just remove them and forget about them – we have created this page to list … Continue reading