Top Wrestling was another fighter trying to follow in the footsteps of WWF from Ocean back in the early 90’s. This game was the Italian’s own effort, and one which was looking quite nice from Genias back in 1992. The … Continue reading →
Touchstone was a rather ambitious RPG/graphic adventure game which was being developed for Origin by Sensible Software, back in the days when Martin Galway was part of Sensible Software. Zzap 64, issue 61, ran an article on Sensible Software and … Continue reading →
A game by Steve Collins of Herobotix and Badlands fame. Tran was fully completed apart from the music. Sadly when presented, Hewson rejected it, due to striking simularities to another title on their label. All this, even though it got … Continue reading →
Trantor was a fairly well received game, but mainly for its awesome music and graphics. The game itself sucked a little bit, but overall it still has its fans. Recently C64 endings discovered that at the end of the first … Continue reading →
When you thought you had seen a load of new Apex bits and pieces, something else turns up! This is a very early preview of a Sidearms style game, which isn’t really playable apart from moving the main ship on … Continue reading →
Our next entry is a post-commercial era title from around 2005 that sadly was never to be completed. Tronscii is a PETSCII clone of the common tron light bikes game, two player only with dual scrolling playing grids and colour … Continue reading →
A new and strange unfinished title which was found by Csaba Virag, created by someone in Hungary called Osvath in 1987. This is a very simple Pong style title which is far from finished, with just some basic ball mechanics … Continue reading →
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