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 →
Well, we believe this is a game which Cory was working on – but no idea exactly what it was. On many of Cory’s disks he was doing a lot of “Cute” research, compiling together a number of cute games … Continue reading →
The C64 was to be home to yet another football game, this time from Ash and Dave. The title was flagged up by Ashley Routledge, who could recall a very fast scroll routine which would move the pitch around very … Continue reading →
A quick entry for remains of a bouncy platformer game in very early stages and written by Cory Kin. There was no name attached to the game, but upon executing we have a sprite which drops down from the top … Continue reading →
We found this game on one of Cory Kin’s disks by itself as a single executable. No clue to what it was or any name. Tucked away in the code was 1988 AKO, which confirmed that it was the work … Continue reading →
Not really known for sports games, unless you count Slicks, Ashley Routledge (and possibly Dave Saunders) was working on a Tennis game around the early 90’s. A set of graphics showing a tennis court were discovered on Ash’s disks in … Continue reading →
A very early entry for a game we don’t even know the title for yet. This was a title mentioned by Geoff Phillips as being in development at Orpheus around 1986 time. It was farmed out to a set of … Continue reading →
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