A new GTW finding thanks to the preservation efforts of GTW regular Csaba Virag. This is an obscure German game which was created in 1986 by Michael Wuest, who may have been the same developer who went on to code … Continue reading →
Created by the developer of Gemini Wing on the C64, this seems to be an advert for Carl Wade’s coding abilities that was leaked out. the game is a sideways scroller with a nice scrolling background and a cool attack … Continue reading →
Our next entry is quite a nice and polished fighting game from 1987, featuring some ripped Rob Hubbard music for good measure. You can kick enemies, or shoot them with a gun or bazooka, or throw grenades at them. There … Continue reading →
A very big thanks to Mauricio Muñoz Lucero for highlighting this one for us. Proteus is basically Warhawk V1 which has recently surfaced thanks to the author of Warhawk digging out his unreleased software whilst he develops the new Warhawk … Continue reading →
Yet another Martech game into the archives, and one which is surrounded in mystery!… Just what exactly was this game about? CVG had this to say about the game, along with some screenshots which you can find under “Scan shots” … Continue reading →
An early educational game aimed at young kids. Razzmatazz featured a sickly cute strawberry on legs and was surprisingly done by none-other than Rob Hubbard during his early C64 days, before music became his main source of income – where … Continue reading →
An interesting title for our next entry, which was part of what seemed to be a popular time for horse themed games that appeared in the early to mid 1980’s. Show Jumping was advertised by Alligata Software in 1986, but … Continue reading →
A game flagged as being intended for Firebird, but very unlikely that it was intended for release by them – but was possibly sent to them by Michael Holm for approval, and subsequently rejected. Well, Michael confirms that he doesn’t … Continue reading →
Not a huge amount to see here with Space Killer, with what seems to be a sort of multi-directional scroller (in Sinistar style), but with glitches everywhere and nothing to really do. This may have been to get some cheap … Continue reading →
Thanks to Jan Harries for highlighting this one, but when Rob Hubbard was asked to list all of the tunes he produced on the C64 – he turned up a few which never actually saw release (The game included). One … Continue reading →
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