Sub Battle Simulator wasn’t a hugely popular game from the great Epyx, but it still managed to generate the idea of a sequel in the way of Tank Battle Simulator. Unfortunatly I don’t know too much of the game, but … Continue reading →
A short entry to GTW64 which has been highlighted thanks to Richard Bayliss. This very strange entry is currently attributed to being a release by Zeppelin Games in 1992, but there is no evidence that it has seen a proper … Continue reading →
Another combined entry for a series of titles, this time from Teacher’s Pet Software, which may or may not have been released. These have been highlighted to us thanks to Bertrand / Atari Frog. These were Commodore 64 titles listed … Continue reading →
We’re not trying to pull your leg, but yes… a C64 conversion of the powerful Team Yankee game from the Amiga/ST was indeed being considered. I guess we could have laughed when we heard Battle Command was being converted, but … Continue reading →
Tears of Rage was an RPG title talked about briefly within issues of both Commodore Format and Zzap!64 during the early 90’s. An up and coming game from U.S. Gold. Nothing was much known about the game until we heard … Continue reading →
"Technodream" is a fair "Lightforce" clone, with average graphics and gameplay. Although only just less than 10 years old, the game looks a lot older. It’s not known why the game was incomplete or who it was to be released … Continue reading →
Destiny didn’t release too many games, and Teladon was one of those. It got a Spectrum release, but sadly wasn’t very well recieved. The game basically takes two styles of gameplay, including a tunnel/mountain 3D section and then a Head … Continue reading →
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