Richard back in 2000 was working on a game project called Psycho Baby. Unfortunately due to a horrible disk error a lot of the game was lost and Richard decided not to go any further. The game was basically a … Continue reading →
Not entirely sure why this wasn’t added to the archives a lot earlier. This was a sequel to a game by Richard Bayliss called For Speed We Need back in 2005. Around the time I was working with Richard on … Continue reading →
Splidge and the Snowmen was to be a festive game in the mode of one of Richard Bayliss’ previous games Cetimiex. The game was being created 1999 and Richard was going to release Splidge and the Snowmen for the Christmas … Continue reading →
It’s not only games from the 80’s and 90’s which sadly never quite make it… Games are still produced today on the C64, and one producer creates many productions to flood the scene with something new. Richard Bayliss was to … Continue reading →
An odd entry this time, covering something which I was actually involved on :-) Tanx was to be an enhanced version of a game called Tanx written by David Ponting for Your 64 magazine as a type-in. The original game … Continue reading →
Another more recent C64 title which may have been abandoned after an initial preview release. The Fallen is quite a neat defence game where you control an archer who must pick off an advancing army of knights. It is simple, … Continue reading →
The Flight of The Phoenix was written back in 2000 by Richard Bayliss when he was learning from Commodore Zone’s Hex files. The game was generally a static screen shoot ’em up, with over simplistic attack waves. You controlled a … Continue reading →
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