Text adventure from Kayde who went into administration at the 26th August 1983. Did Spectrum releases, tried to do C64 and Vic 20 ones, which never seemed to surface. The game in the advert (Two adverts were submitted by Peter … Continue reading →
A little demo created for an Acid C64 party which was created in about 4 hours in a small tent, with various extras added. Its not a lot, it features a Commodore Symbol which shoots sperm type bullets at the … Continue reading →
From the publishers of Polar Pierre was to be a new title called Adam Caveman, another platform game with cute large characters. Bizarrely this title never had a release, and still remains at large today. What happened? An advert was … Continue reading →
This entry originally began as a possible V1 hunt, but it has been confirmed that Finlay indeed programmed the version we all know (and love?). However, a recent conversation with Wayne Billingham showed that a Cartridge version was being produced. … Continue reading →
A short entry for a collection of games that are currently missing. Advertised in Compute! July 1983, the four games were to be: Head On – A daring and dangerous death race Alien Invasion – 4 players. Creatures descend. Atomic … Continue reading →
Dungeons and Dragons was a gaming phenomena that started in the 1970s when historical gaming enthusiasts, Gary Gygax created his own rules to tabletop battlefield gaming and focused it on a small group of heroes sneaking into a castle. The … Continue reading →
A very quick entry, but in an article by Commodore Format and written by Gary Penn, it was mentioned that Gary Liddon had written a game called Advanced Soccer Simulator for Codemasters back in the day which was never released. … Continue reading →
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