A quick entry for a title by Uruguayan development group Iron Byte, called Buggy Ranger. The game was released by Dinamic on the likes of the Amstrad CPC, Spectrum and MSX and was a sort of ATV clone with very … Continue reading →
A title which many of you may not have heard of, considering publicity on the game was pretty much never done for the C64 for this game. Bugs Bunny is as special as Daffy Duck, as they are both from … Continue reading →
A short entry for an early title that was created by Ocean’s Tony Pomfret and had wowed David Collier enough to get Tony a job at Ocean Software. The game was influenced by Choplifter, and featured a lot of raster … Continue reading →
For many years we had been waiting for a decent Puzzle Bobble clone, then Monster Buster happened in 2013 as part of the RGCD competition. Before that, there were a few attempts at converting the game – and Busta was … Continue reading →
Thanks to Shaun for flagging up a title which was the competition winner for a Zzap compo to design your own game and win £500. This was ran in 1987, and Shaun was the lucky winner – where the game … Continue reading →
A game which probably many wouldn’t have chosen to licence, but Big Apple software did back in 1989 as they tried to make their mark on the computer game market. Jason Kendal (Who also did Proton for Big Apple) and … Continue reading →
A short entry for a SSG title for the C64 that was advertised in its 1988-1989 catalog as coming soon. With thanks to Joseph Tsai for highlighting. The game was also due for release for the Apple II and IBM/Tandy … Continue reading →
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