After the discovery of various bits and pieces which were created by Apex and that never saw the light of day, there remained a few demos which didn’t really tie into any particular GTW titles. So as the Rowland Brothers … Continue reading →
A rather exciting sounding game comes in the form of Destruction Bros. A rather ambitious project aimed for the Cartridge format, possibly under Thalamus (Who never released anything on cartridge in the end). The game was to feature effects not … Continue reading →
Right, something a little new and previously unseen by the makers of Creatures, Apex Productions. This is in fact a very very early preview of what eventually turned into “Creatures”. This was a test demo created to test some graphics … Continue reading →
Already we have a few entries in GTW which are Apex based games, and here is another one. Not too much to say at present, apart from that this was a game being developed around 3 years before Creatures in … Continue reading →
More from Apex, in the form now of H20…. a follow on from Destruction Bros which was cancelled. H20 was to be a far less violent game, swapping weapons for water pistols (see screenshot). The aim was to extinguish hundreds … Continue reading →
Again from the Commodore Format diaries, another Apex title which fell by the way side. This time, Katapult Kidz, a two player horizontally scrolling arcade adventure based around schoolboys armed with catapults and causing general chaos. The characters were based … Continue reading →
Any C64 user will know who and what Mayhem is. Rated as one of the best games ever made (Although contested by some people), Mayhem was planning a comeback briefly in a new outing called "Mayhem Deluxe". The Apex boys … Continue reading →
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