Another entry we sadly don’t know too much about, and one we need to question Haydn about slightly to find out some background to it. We have no ideas of publisher or anything like how the game was shaping up. … Continue reading →
Another entry, but this time for a game that we don’t know too much about at present. This was to be a 3rd part in a series of adventure games by Level 9 Computing. The first two were very popular, … Continue reading →
Before the classic times of Slicks and then Micro Machines, came games like Go Kart!, with some simple tracks and playability. Go Kart is quite primitive when compared with Slicks, and is certainly not as slick as Slicks. Unfortunatly the … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title that was mentioned in a loading screen for Nato Commander by Microprose back in 1984. We believe that Go Sets Go was a sports game of some kind, but little else is known at … Continue reading →
Hmmm, not quite sure just yet if this was just a mere mistake in a US based catalogue, but the classic Amiga title – Golden Path was listed as being sold for the C64 in a Spring 1987 catalogue by … Continue reading →
I always regret not growing up when the likes of "Ghosts and Goblins" came out on the C64, and being able to go out and buy the game as soon as it was launched… I could have possibly gone out … Continue reading →
Part of a series of unreleased games and programs by Channel 8 Software, ‘Gotcha’ Maths was one in a line of educational software releases (or as it is now, planned releases). Click here for the advert As we have no … Continue reading →
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