Something a little different from GTW, but I recently got speaking with Philip Boyce to find out more about Parallel Logic, which was a short lived company which he ran when still at school, which was aiming to keep the … Continue reading
Category: GTW64 news
Thanks to Gaetano for highlighting which is something I hadn’t noticed before. In Zzap 64’s review of 19 Boot Camp Part 1, it seems they either reviewed an earlier build of the game, or they used screenshots provided/from a preview … Continue reading
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
Our first for September, which includes the following updates: 3 new entries added Football Game, Skweek, Space Action 2 Plus 13 updates added (See updates link in each for what has changed) Arthema, Body Slam, Car Wars, Dangerous Sports, Enduro … Continue reading
Not really an unreleased game, but some bits and bobs that could be nice to save if they still exist. Looking at the preview screens in Zzap for the 3D Construction Kit, as well as an earlier editor kit, there … Continue reading
Reading through some old Zzap’s when I spotted this intro screen from the preview of Chase HQ 2 on the C64. This screen apparently was meant for the intro sequence (accurately ported from the arcade), but looks like it was … Continue reading
Possibly the final update for August, here are some more updates for GTW64 which include: 8 new entries added Breaker, Crystal Chamber, Fireblaster, Rocket Roger V1, Skweek, The Ancient Art of War, Typhoon Thompson, Unknown platform game And 9 updates … Continue reading
Not massively different, but thanks to Luca Bertoldi, here is a screen showing a rather different looking main character for Stormlord – looking more elvish and beardless. It’s possible that more early screens exist, so if you spot any – … Continue reading
I recently picked up some Sinclair User magazines at a market stall, and whilst browsing through I had a look at the Frankie Goes To Hollywood advert on the back. Nothing unusual you might say, as it was pretty much … Continue reading
First update for August, and an almost complete Scooby Doo game has arrived from nowhere thanks to the game’s creator via the Lemon64 forums… Check it out at … Scooby Doo 4 other new entries added Aircat, Jonny Quest, The … Continue reading
For years i’ve been talking of setting up a page to showcase and celebrate the artwork and life of the late Martin Holland, but have rather ashamedly never got round to it. When finding an old email from 2006 when … Continue reading
Another GTW64 update for the (far too) hot month of July, including: 5 new Karl Hornell entries added Chopperman, Clod Jumper, Commodore Juicer, Hex-Bert, Qrazy Qber 3 updates also added Bushido Warrior, Chainsaw Warrior, Nighthunter
Many thanks to Dave Peacock, who recently recovered the following graphical assets for Beverly Hills Cop on the C64 from his work disks. It seems that at somepoint, Michael Owens took over graphical duties on the C64 – leaving Dave … Continue reading
First GTW64 update for July, which includes the following Zone of Darkness level assets recovered Zone Of Darkness 2 new entries added Body Slam, Circus Circus 7 updates added Arsenal FC, Brides Of Dracula, Heavy Barrel, Rex, The Rocky Horror … Continue reading
GTW recently helped online games journalist Larry Bundy Jr with research and information on the Thundercats game series by Elite, including the two unreleased titles. And the final result has been published last week. Here it is, enjoy!
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 … Continue reading
A huge thank you to Christina Burroughs for her kind contribution to our gamesthatwerent.com domain costs for this year! This now concludes our donations for 2014, so many thanks to everyone who donated!
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 … 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!