A preview of an up and coming game by Italian giants Simulmundo in 1992. Not much is known about the game, apart from the main character was based from an old Italian comic, called Diabolik. The character was a thief … Continue reading →
Recently, Mark Hardisty has launched a website full of memorabilia in preparation for the launch of his new A Gremlin In The Works book. Part of this included source code files which were donated by Anthony J Clarke, which included … Continue reading →
Dr Who has in recent years had a resurgence in popularity with the new BBC episodes showing every year. Back in the 80’s, there was a demand to see Dr Who games – but not that many were actually ever … Continue reading →
A neat little platformer this one, and something I fondly remember playing from the days of Zzap 64 and their famous megatapes. Created by Zach Townsend (coder of Batman The Movie and Army Moves) after he had left Ocean, Dreamraider … Continue reading →
Elite 2 was released for the Amiga, ST and PC back in 1993 as Frontier: Elite 2 – but what may surprise you is that a C64 and BBC version was also in the works too by David Braben and … Continue reading →
Elysium was to be a game to match the class of Ultimate’s Knightlore and Alien 8 games on the C64, using some rather cool programming techniques to get everything running to speed. The developer had finished Imhotep, and started working … Continue reading →
Enemy or NME was a side scrolling shooter that was graphically awesome according to project manager Darren Melborne. This was a game to be based upon the R-Type inspired mechanical/organic style of the day the title featured great graphics and … Continue reading →
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