Bee 52 was to be one of Codemasters’ last ventures in the C64 market before moving fully onto the 16-bits. A cute little game where you control a bee who must fill up on honey, whilst avoiding various creatures. It … Continue reading →
A shock, and a big one … it’s a title which certainly shocked us…. Yet another of the 15-20 something unreleased games from Codemasters towards the end of the C64’s life has been named as Captain Dynamo 2, the sequel … Continue reading →
Also known as: Daffy Duck - And The Great Paint Caper
NOTE: This game is (c) Warner Bros, and is distributed freely without any profit as part of a digital preservation project. With thanks to David A Palmer productions (http://www.gamesproducer.com/) “Daffy Duck – And The Great Paint Caper” was to be … Continue reading →
Our next title in the archives sounds like it should be some kind of jet fighter game, but in fact Harrier Strike was a space shooter which was being written by Duncan Kershaw shortly after Steel Eagle. Originally it was … Continue reading →
This rubber-burnin’ coin-op conversion, sequel to Atari’s classic Hard Drivin’, was expected around Christmas 1991. After the miserable attempt to get its predecessor onto the Commodore 64 (the filled polygons moved slower than London traffic), the programmers dispensed with the … Continue reading →
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