Dragonstone may likely be a title you’ve never heard of or played – mainly due to how it was mail-order only text adventure title (likely written in Graphic Adventure Creator, not Quill as I originally suggested). Thanks to Marco (Exile) … Continue reading →
I’m not a fan of puzzlers, and this game does little to convince me to play more of them. A typical example of what was saturated onto the C64 scene at one point. A word game which i’m uncertain how … Continue reading →
A short entry for a Super Pipeline clone that was written by a Zzap 64 reader called Rowan Crawford and sent into the magazine and a number of publisher at the time. Sadly it was never picked up. The game … Continue reading →
Yet another game which was mentioned as in development by Digital Magic, which was a driving game of sorts mentioned in one of the big magazines at the time (Any ideas which one?). Advert here. Nothing seems to have surfaced … Continue reading →
Another sequel, and this time again from Archer MacLean, who was also working on the sequel to IK Deluxe. Dropzone 2 was started very much earlier than IK, and took the idea of the original idea and added the likes … Continue reading →
A game which has been found out about thanks to information from Darren Melbourne. Duel is a split screen shooter which featured tons of parallax scrolling and special effects throughout. It was to be a combat game where you are … Continue reading →
When first getting in touch with Chris Harvey about another long lost C64 game, the first thing he responded was that he could have sworn I was about to ask about Dukes of Hazzard. I wondered if Chris had perhaps … Continue reading →
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