Also known as Moonstone – A hard days knight, this is an unofficial conversion of the Mindscape Amiga game, and a very good start too which has been made! There are some cool introduction sequence screens, followed by some brief … Continue reading →
Another very early preview, Moppel is a simplistic side scroller where you control some guy that I think is in a wheelchair and scrolls across a city landscape. It’s quite simple, and apart from the scrolling and some little animations, … Continue reading →
Moreta – Dragon Lady of Pern was to be the sequel to Dragonriders of Pern which was a popular title from the early days of Epyx Software in the Impossible Mission era. The proposed sequel came from the popularity of … Continue reading →
Yet another missing Synapse Software title in the archives, with thanks to Bertrand/Atari Frog for highlighting. The game was mentioned as an upcoming title in Protector 2’s scrolling text, but also listed in a Synapse Software price list from September … Continue reading →
Our next entry into the depths of GTW64 comes possibly a title which was merely listed as a mistake. Automata were predominantly a Spectrum based company, with very little C64 output at all during the early 80’s. Morris Meets The … Continue reading →
Another combined entry for a series of titles, this time from Moses Engineering, which may or may not have been released. These have been highlighted to us thanks to Bertrand / Atari Frog. These were Commodore 64 titles listed in … Continue reading →
A biblical adventure game that was being developed by the US based Three Rivers Software back in 1987 and was released on platforms such as PC. A C64 version was advertised, but seemingly was never released and is still at … Continue reading →
A GTW title that could be vapourware, but we can confirm there was planning to have a sequel to the fairly well recieved Mothership game that was originally released in 1983 by Softsync and then republished by Artic later. The … Continue reading →
Motorman is an impressive clone of Excitebike from the NES, and looks really good at this early stage. The bikes animate very well, and you can do jumps and avoid various obstacles against a few other computer players. It’s even … Continue reading →
Also known as: Dracula, Techno Police, Space Firebird
A combined entry for now for a competition ran in BigK magazine which was to lead hopefully to publishing of a game based on animations Techno Police, Space Firebird or Dracula. Mountain Video Games was running the competition with BigK … Continue reading →
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