Sword of the Samurai was a strategy game set in 15th Century Japan, written for the PC in 1989 by Microprose Software. It was a fairly well recieved game, and some people had fond memories of it: http://www.links.net/dox/warez/games/microprose/samurai/ As you … Continue reading →
Another rather obscure title which we are struggling to find out anything about. This was mentioned at the end of a magazine in their “Next issue” slot. We need to try and find out which magazine in particular as we … Continue reading →
Swords and Sorcery was originally announced in 1984, as a revolutionary computer role-playing game, claimed by its designer Mike Simpson to be the first of its kind. It eventually did surface on the Spectrum and Amstrad, earning considerable critical acclaim, … Continue reading →
And so the list continues with yet more Hi-Tec games added into the archive. This time with “Sylvester and Tweety Pie” which was a platformer where you had to try and catch Tweety Pie and you could scale walls, but … Continue reading →
A short entry for a compilation tape that was advertised by Swedish magazine Allt om Hemdatorer (All about Home Computers) in 1984. Thanks to an anonymous contributor, the ad translates as follows: Already today you can buy TOMORROW’S COMPUTER MAGAZINE … Continue reading →
This was thought to be a lost game, but we have been informed that a release was made. http://s64.emuunlim.com/gameinfos/system8/system8.htm This entry as a result will be removed in the future. Case closed!
T-Runner was described by its preview snippet in ACE magazine (issue 4) as being a Marble Madness-type arcade adventure, set on a Marines training platform in space. After 300 years of lying idle, the central computer has gone haywire and … Continue reading →