Games That Weren’t has been running for almost 20 years now, with its first on-line presence appearing way back in early 1999. After years of research and preservation work done in our spare time, we are now about to mark … Continue reading
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It seems like Commodore User magazine were a little naughty with their Nemesis review back in the 80’s. Featuring screenshots from what seem to be an earlier version of the game – just look at the brown/orange score panels, which … Continue reading
Thanks to Martin/Stadium 64 – Emlyn Hughes was reviewed/previewed with very different panel graphics, which you can see below: Was there maybe other differences tucked away that were never used in the final version?
A rather different early preview of Bugs Bunny – Private Detective has been found on Ash and Dave’s work disks recently. This was done around 1991 time, and seems to have undergone some major changes that led up to the … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that the long lost C64 conversion of Charlie Chaplin has been recovered in its final state. A mystery for many years, after the release of the Amstrad, Spectrum and PC versions – the full story … Continue reading
Thanks to Hein Holt for passing on his impressive vertical scroller – Red Baron 3000. Started in 2007, but sadly was never to be. Read more over at https://www.gamesthatwerent.com/gtw64/red-baron-3000/
Thanks to Paul Clansey, we have fully preserved two of his unfinished games in the form of RPG game Freebooter and ambitious Elite style sim Exodus. Hoping for Paul to share more soon about how they both work, but … Continue reading