Advertised in the December 1985 issue of Commodore Computing International, Trigger Happy was a game to be released by Atlantis Software. Not the same Atlantis Software we all know, as they changed company name the next month to Satellite Software … Continue reading →
Yet another game which was due for release by Kele Line back in 1987. And this seems to be yet another title which was caught up in the bankruptcy of the company back in late 1987. The only mention of … Continue reading →
Trivia is a rather old quiz game which was mentioned in a catelogue for Creative Software. They said: "Scan your neurons for those obscure facts you thought were forever embedded in your subconscious. Sports, TV and Movies, History, Science and … Continue reading →
A game being produced by R Pedersen, who developed a number of games which never made the light of day. The games were all made in MSDOS first, then ported easily over to the C64 and Apple machines. This game … Continue reading →
A very quick entry, as this could well be vapourware. The original TT Racer sadly never got a C64 release, but strangely there was a news snippet in Commodore User which suggested that a new TT Racer 2 game was … Continue reading →
Nah, its nothing to do with Cheeze biscuits or Consevative Party conferences in Brighton, but is a rather early version of a Mayhem clone. When I say "Clone", it seems to be just that, with most the graphics seem to … Continue reading →
Tujad was a arcade maze based game which was released on the Spectrum and Amstrad (http://www.worldofspectrum.org/infoseekid.cgi?id=0005448). It got above average reviews, but overall wasn’t that bad a game. An early advert for the game mentioned the C64 was having a … Continue reading →
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