Here we have an unofficial and very decent version of Asteroids that was developed by Jesper Brinkkjaer and Tommy Tamsen back in 1984. Confident they had done a good job, they tried to sell it to Atari – but had … Continue reading →
Early days, but thanks to c64.com and in a recent interview ( www.c64.com?type=4&id=2), we are able to put up an entry about a game by Pagoda Software which was reported to be something very groundbreaking for its time, which sadly … Continue reading →
Beat’em ups were at an all time high around the early 90’s since the launch of Street Fighter 2 in the arcades. The C64 managed to get in on the mix with a poor conversion. However, other beat’em ups were … Continue reading →
A small play area, some nice graphics, some fair playability and some great music… This is what this preview consists of. You control a smartly animated bird which flys around and collects objects, while avoiding other flying creatures. Its not … Continue reading →
A nice looking preview of a puzzler with a strange name. This is another clone of the simple ‘Pairs’ concept, with nothing really new to add, apart from a different front end and some nice graphics. At the time, this … Continue reading →
Squad One was a game that was produced by a crew called Groovy Bits back in 1989, first heard about thanks to a magazine article in Datormagazinet Issue #4/1989 (Released in March) in Sweden which interviewed the team about a … Continue reading →
Back in the 1980’s, Atarisoft were doing official conversions for the Commodore 64. Stargate was one of them! We learn of this conversion thanks to Mat Allen who has documented the conversion briefly in Digital Press. It was suggested that … Continue reading →
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