Following on from Neverending Story and Hunchback – The Adventure, there was plans for a 3rd game to use the very same engine developed by the late Ian Weatherburn. After getting the licence for Batman and having the 3D game … Continue reading →
Cyclone was to be a helicopter game released by Ocean Software in the UK back around 1985. It was produced by Tony Pomfret shortly after Hunchback 2 was released. The first we hear of the game was from Martin Galway … Continue reading →
No doubt just a test name at this stage, Mario Clone is a very early proof of concept of a platform game – with a cute hi-res overlaid character. You can move around, climb ladders, but not collect any items … Continue reading →
A very poor racing game, with one car that goes round monotonously around a single rounded track doing a number of laps. This is far inferior to the much more superior ‘Micro Machines’ by Codemasters. You could put it down … Continue reading →
Just a quick entry to add an early version of Microprose Soccer before it was released. What is so different you ask?…. Well, not a great deal in the actual game (apart from slight differences in the replay and other … Continue reading →
After flicking through some old C64 magazines, Commodore Computing International (January 1988) highlighted a rather strange preview shot of Rastan on the C64. Hold on… that main character looks a heck of a lot more like the arcade character – … Continue reading →
1985, and Ocean were becoming the biggest UK C64 games company with its popular titles with Martin Galway’s fine music. Ocean, trying to dominate the market, bought licences to make conversions of some great programs, such as Knightrider, Miami Vice … Continue reading →
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