1992 Hi-Tec Software Platforms: Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, Commodore Amiga and ZX Spectrum 48/128K As part of the launch and release of The Games That Weren’t book, we are adding assets and content that didn’t make it to print … Continue reading →
Something I was beginning to think I would never get to say! Just over 18 years worth of searching for Games That Weren’t – we are very proud to to present the fully recovered “Daffy Duck – And The Great … Continue reading →
A short post thanks to contributor Daniel Meléndez, who spotted Daley Thompson playing a slightly different looking Daley Thompson’s Decathlon game on the Commodore 64: Not massive differences it has to be said, apart from the panel boards and the … Continue reading →
Just a very short post to host some demo/hack disks that I found in Level Up games in Canterbury on some old C64 disks. They seem to be credited to a Derick Boorman who lived in Kent and hacked around … 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 huge thanks is required for Duncan Kershaw, who was recently clearing out and found a bunch of design docs and odds and ends. Rather than dump them, he very kindly asked us if we’d be up for scanning and … Continue reading →
Something a little bit different, but thanks to Duncan Kershaw – we are able to show you a little glimpse of a level and a bad guy which was never used in the final release of DJ Puff. The charset … Continue reading →
Thanks to some recent contributions, the following titles have been updated. And now after a feature request, you can now view an update log to see exactly what has changed. This can be found near the top of the review. … Continue reading →
A massive thank you to Tom Roger Skauen, who passed on a copy of this very obscure and rare sample release of Dragon’s Lair – which he fully preserved in TAP format. Tom cannot remember how he obtained the game, … Continue reading →
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