1989 Kingsoft Platform: Commodore Amiga A short entry for what looks like a superb little Galaga clone with a load of extra bells and whistles taking advantage of Amiga hardware. Just a small preview seems to have featured within a … Continue reading →
1992 Thalamus Platform: Commodore Amiga Geometry was a working title for a new puzzler game that was due for release from Thalamus back in late 1992 on the Commodore Amiga. What was perhaps surprising was just how simple looking the … Continue reading →
1992 Marcus Hamilton Platforms: Commodore Amiga, PC and Atari ST A bizarre name for an intriguing puzzle game that was due for release on the Amiga, ST and PC platforms back in 1992. Not much is currently known about the … Continue reading →
Getting into a bit of a pattern at the moment of doing posts on differences between early previews and final releases of games on a Friday. I’ll see if I can keep it up! Today we take a look at … Continue reading →
1991-1995 Ocean Software Platforms: Atari ST, Commodore Amiga, SEGA Mega Drive and Super Nintendo As part of the launch and release of The Games That Weren’t book, we are gradually adding assets and content that didn’t make it to print … Continue reading →
1995 Creative Edge Platforms: Commodore Amiga, Atari Jaguar, Atari Jaguar 2 and Atari Lynx A long running Atari Jaguar mystery for some years now, and a game starting out on a completely different platform. Originally Green Thang was shortlisted to … Continue reading →
1997 Binary Emotions Platform: Commodore Amiga Described as a thinking man’s shoot-em-up, Gun Fury was a late Amiga release that was due from Binary Emotions, and to be published under the Guildhall Leisure label in 1997. The aim of the … Continue reading →
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