A short entry for a sequel to Sunrise Software’s Denny’s Quest, which was released in 1993. Thanks to contributors Ponponpox and Botowrap, we learn that a sequel was being offered via a small advert (which you can see in the … Continue reading →
Along with Sword of Samurai, Devils of the Deep was to be yet another Fighting Fantasy game on the C64 from US Gold according to http://pdd.if-legends.org/ldp/bdp.html. This game in particular was to be set in Atlantis and we presume would … Continue reading →
Dimension X is a game from Synapse Software, a futuristic tank-like game sort of like a cross between Encounter and Star Raiders. Our contributor never saw any ads for a C64 version, however one magazine reviewed it and under the … Continue reading →
A early preview of what looks like a Moon Patrol clone, with no obstacles or enemies as of yet. Apart from a nice title screen, the game is quite lacking at the moment, with a simple car which moves left … Continue reading →
Yet another collection of educational titles which don’t seem to be out there just yet, thanks to Peter Weighill for the heads up. Were they unreleased, or merely just limited release? The titles advertised in US magazines by Gladstone Electronics … Continue reading →
This was a simple BASIC Blitz clone produced by Adam Wade for Commodore Cracker. Adam Wade was famous for his Big Mouth Magazine that he released, so its hopeful that this one can be easily recovered. Maybe Adam even has … Continue reading →
“Plan your strategy to save the good wizard from the evil Djinn. This supernatural spirit has materialized as a fire demon and has carried the good wizard off to his lair. You must fetch the wizard and transport him home. … Continue reading →
The source of this next entry is interesting as it was mentioned in "Illegal" pirate fanzine as something seen at PC 1988 show (or so it seems) by SSD of Cosmos. Dondra was actually released on other machines like the … Continue reading →
Back in the 1980’s, Atarisoft were doing official conversions for the Commodore 64. Donkey Kong Jr was oddly one of them! We learn of this conversion thanks to Mat Allen who has documented the conversion briefly in Digital Press. We … Continue reading →
Nothing at all related to the classic ID game on the PC, though a similiar perspective. This is more like Bloodwych than Doom, and looks quite good at the stage its reached. Its a little bugged, but shows promise of … Continue reading →
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