1989 Grandslam Platform: Amiga Ok, before you start shouting – yes, Pac-Land was indeed released on the Commodore Amiga, and it was pretty terrible too. However, it seems that things could have been very different indeed, when contributor Hank highlighted … Continue reading
Bit of an odd one to kick off the week. Years ago my mum picked up a copy of Wreckin Crew by Telstar for the PC in a charity shop around 22 years ago, and I couldn’t get it working … Continue reading
Following on from last week’s early screens from Beavers on the Amiga, Grzegorz Antosiewicz has dug out some early preview screens from Sensible Software’s brilliant Cannon Fodder. These screenshots are from when it was in early development, taken from magazines … Continue reading
1996 Frontier Software Platforms: Atari ST and Commodore Amiga Another puzzler that was due for release on both the Commodore Amiga and Atari ST platforms, and this time a late release for back in 1996 when the platforms were practically … Continue reading
2007 IR Gurus Platforms: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 It was a time where visual advances in games made it possible to bring comic book ideas to life in a way never thought possible. With a great movie that had been … Continue reading
1999 Fox Interactive Platform: PlayStation A short entry to share some screens showing a much earlier version of Alien Resurrection, featuring a 3rd person perspective for the game that was eventually dropped for a 1st person viewpoint in the end.
Following on from the early screens from the original Silly Putty post (released as Putty), here are more, but this time from the sequel that would eventually become Putty Squad.