The Punisher was advertised in various magazines, and was advertised by The Edge for all machines, including the Commodore 64. The game is based on the film project of the time which starred Dolph Lundgren and which went straight to … Continue reading →
A quick entry of another Rocky Horror show game which CRL were planning to release, which was to be written up as a (slightly different?) story by Richard O’Brien and then converted to a game. This was following on from … Continue reading →
Text adventure from Kayde who went into administration at the 26th August 1983. Did Spectrum releases, tried to do C64 and Vic 20 ones, which never seemed to surface. The game in the advert (Two adverts were submitted by Peter … Continue reading →
After the many years of enjoyment with Lords of Midnight and Dungeon Master, Thalamus revealed their latest masterpiece The Search for Sharla. The game was to feature a staggering 32,000 views from each direction, sleep option and 512 totally interactive … Continue reading →
When it comes to RPG’s one of the obstacles computer games have always had to overcome is how to proficiently transfer the unlimited experience of playing a pen and paper RPG, such as Dungeons and Dragons, to a computer, especially … Continue reading →
Mentioned in issue June 1986 of Commodore User, this was a game mentioned as coming soon along with 3 Days in Carpathia. It was described as a sience fiction saga and would have been written in The Biro like with … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title that may or may not have ever been released. This title was flagged up by Mat Allen. This was an educational title that was to be released by Commodore on cartridge, and supporting the … Continue reading →
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