A very early preview of a game consisting of a controllable fish which can swim around the one screen present here. Swimming off the screen makes you reappear on the opposite end. Apart from a little animated interaction with another … Continue reading →
A short entry which has been highlighted by developer Ron Rosen, who recently in December 2022 helped to solve the mystery credits behind Adam Caveman. We’re not yet sure what type of game Billy Boulder was, and hope to learn … Continue reading →
Bio Defence was to be a game based inside the human body and fighting off diseases. It was being produced by Tymac back in 1985 and was found out about via Home Computing Weekly magazine (26th Feb 1985) when Tymac … Continue reading →
This is an obscure conversion which was brought to my attention by someone who i’ve forgot (Please email me to give you credit!!). This was in development by Peurvian developers, Twin Eagles Group. Known as a port of "Gundam F-91". … Continue reading →
One you may not of heard of until now, but Bits for Bizmo was listed on Pete Baron’s CV page and was described as: "2D Scrolling platformer based on an AD2000 character in a Judge Dredd story". In an interview … Continue reading →
Disney have been in and out of the software business, either running a dedicated software label themselves or licensing out its famous characters to other companies to produce games based on them. Back in the mid 1980s there was a … Continue reading →
In a recent 2020 feature on Black Tiger in Retro Gamer magazine, C64 developer Mark Hughes (who worked on the released Black Tiger conversion) revealed that they were offered the chance to do the conversion after US Gold received a … Continue reading →
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