A quick entry until we get more information, but Wanted: Dead or Alive was a strategy/adventure game which was being advertised by Visualize Software in their 1994 catalogue for the price of £3.99. The game was set as TBA on … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title that was recovered by Genesis Project in early 2019 from the work disks of scener Scrap. He stated to GP that this was a preview of a game that would never be finished. It’s … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title that was due out by the demo crew turned game development team – Ambush . More details on them can be found at https://csdb.dk/group/?id=768 The game was an unofficial conversion of the PC game, … Continue reading →
Referring to the Sinclair User review… “You play an evil Wizard who’s castle of darkness has been attacked by those nasty forces of good. So, being the nasty type you are, you natuarlly go off into the deepest levels of … Continue reading →
Due for release in March 1985, Wendellwood Estates was believed to have been a graphical adventure from Zinta Micro-Systems in 1985. Sadly, although advertised in the US – it seems the game was never released. Quite possibly it was due … Continue reading →
More Kele Line entries… with Western Game the latest casulty to go on that rather long looking list. The game was mentioned in computer magazines, but never seen. One particular source was Computer Action, 1988, issue 2, pg.5 which mentioned … Continue reading →
Very early days for this one, but in an up and coming interview with Larry DeMar, Paul Drury kindly passed on confirmation that Larry DeMar after leaving Williams started a C64 conversion of Wheel of Fortune. We know little more … Continue reading →
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