CP Verlag were almost always known to release high quality games, though with this game, its hard to believe that. "Sniper" is a poor Op Wolf perspective game, where you have to snipe naff looking sprites behind poor backdrops. I … Continue reading →
It seems this one almost went under and missed the GTW scanner. This was brought to the attention of GTW thanks to the Lemon 64 forum and a member asking about the whereabouts of the C64 version of this game. … Continue reading →
Yet another Beyond Belief game which was planned and mentioned in the interview with Jim Scott. Information is a bit scarce, as all we currently know is that the game was first being developed on the Amiga as a full … Continue reading →
Thanks to the great efforts of Peepo and Tom Roger Skauren, many disks have been preserved that used to belong to the late Gary Sabin – who wrote the US Gold loading music and handled mastering duties. The disks were … Continue reading →
Software House is a management game where you must manage a software house, buy in titles and sell them on for maximum profit. This particular Cult game was nothing spectacular, but well worthy of preserving anyway! The game exists on … Continue reading →
I hardly need to describe the game I guess, as the title pretty much sums up the topic of this box shifting game. An unofficial conversion, as an official conversion had already been released – this seems to be some … Continue reading →
Soldier Of Light was not a particularly memorable conversion of the arcade game from ACE software back in the mid to late 80’s. However, the weak result was found to be possibly down to this very version which sits in … Continue reading →
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