A very small entry for what was an earlier edition of 3D Pool being written for Firebird, by none other than Paul Hughes. Nick Pelling had just completed the BBC Micro edition, and Paul was taken in by the amazing … Continue reading →
4 Emelet was a really lovely looking Hungarian graphic text adventure that was being developed back in 2012. Great quality overall, but sadly seems to have been abandoned at this stage, with no further updates in almost 10 years at … Continue reading →
7DShoot is a nice and simple football game, where you have a ball that comes across the screen and you have to time your connection with it to shoot it into the back of a net. The game was developed … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title possibly inspired by Super Smash Bros? This is a very early development that features Mario and Megaman that move around quite nicely, but that is about it at the moment. A very early proof … Continue reading →
“The Devil has invaded your coastal village, and has kidnapped the village population. As the village priest, you alone must defeat the devil and rescue your flock. A main road goes through the village, but don’t expect anyone to stop … Continue reading →
Thanks to contributor Chris Hester, who flagged up an old piece that he wrote possibly for his magazine Adventure Coder. After the Fire was a graphic text adventure due for release from Channel 8 in September 1984. Although due for … Continue reading →
Agrophobia was a text adventure game written by Mark Healey (who did graphics for Sleepwalker and the Fun School series). The game was created whilst at school, and Mark sold about 3-4 copies to friends. It was likely his very … Continue reading →
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