In development for Elite, this was one of Mark Kelly’s first games being developed and was based on an ancient arcade game of the same name. It was American football and was to be another Elite arcade conversion. For reasons … Continue reading →
Being created by Marc Dawson (BC Bill and Mega Games), 11th Time Period involved travelling through time, through Roman, Greek and various periods. Each period consisted of a platform game based level where you had to fight your way through … Continue reading →
3-2-1 was a popular quiz show in the UK during the 1980’s, hosted by Ted Rogers with a strange side kick character called Dusty Bin. Many games coming out the time were tied into various films and TV shows, and … Continue reading →
3 Days In Carpathia was originally thought to be a sequel to the popular Valkyrie 17 game by George Stone and The Ram Jam Corp. A text adventure, which was written using “The Biro” and featuring character set screens, livened … Continue reading →
Plucked from the advert pages of Computer and Video Games comes this intriguing racing game entitled 3D Formula One by Knightsoft. We do not know much about the game, but it seems that all that was ever mentioned was the … Continue reading →
A quick entry for a title which was advertised within a Players Software inlay for Steel Eagle for all Players Premier titles. 3D Snooker was listed as a game available for all the key formats, including the C64. Not to … Continue reading →
A short entry which has been highlighted as a possibility thanks to Richard Bayliss. 3D Starfighter was an Oliver Twins game for Codemasters that was released on the ZX Spectrum and Amstrad CPC platforms back in 1988. It’s always been … Continue reading →
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