Destiny Software was a short-lived publisher active in 1988. Their demise has already produced one GTW, The Bobby Yazz Show, but the game that was planned to be their first release is another. Titan Find was described in issue 32 … Continue reading →
Titan’s Mystery was to be a new title from Italian label Genias for 1992. The game was mentioned in “C+VG Annuario 1992”, an addon to “C+VG” issue 11, December 1991… http://ready64.org/articoli /leggi/idart/30/-rivista -panorama-del-software-ludico -nazionale Stefan Roda, software manager in Genias, … Continue reading →
A strange naming for a title, so close to the publishing name. However, Titus The Fox was an above average platform affair on the 16-bit home computers. The 8-bit conversions were all planned also, and saw the release of the … Continue reading →
A very quick entry for a title that was being developed for System 3 by LT Software (who were to originally do International Karate and Twister on the C64). This was a robot shooter called TOBOR, which was ROBOT spelt … Continue reading →
Channel 8 Software, the company behind this GTW, Toddler Tutor, released a series of educational software in the 1980s, for the C64 and the CGL – Sord M5, which was a Japanese computer similar to the ZX Spectrum. They also … Continue reading →
A very quick entry which we will properly flesh out over time. But this was a Spanish arcade action game which was based on a cartoon of some kind. The game was split across 4 areas, including a Disco, Beach, … Continue reading →
Toms Revenge seems to be a sort of Load Runner clone (at least in terms of looks) where you must run up and down ladders to collect items. The game has been written in BASIC, so its a little on … Continue reading →
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