Thanks to Peter Weighill for the heads up. This entry is a collection entry for a bunch of educational titles that were advertised by “Little People Software” in the 80’s in America, but don’t seem to have surfaced just yet. … Continue reading →
Well, this entry may not come as much of a suprise, especially now you have learned about how the actual released game came about. We all talk about Aquablast as being what Live and Let Die used to be, but … Continue reading →
Ok, its not a game as such, and a rather odd release from Martech planned back in 1985. Living Body was to be an educational game teaching about the body, based on a CH4 documentary. It was mentioned and confirmed … Continue reading →
An incomplete game from the 80’s, similar to Ghost and Goblins and Shadow Of The Beast, with functional graphics. Living Dead puts you in the control of a skeleton who roams around a ghost town, but roaming around for what … Continue reading →
An interesting conversion which never seems to have got much spotlight, but was indeed a C64 conversion in the workings. Confirmation made by the screenshots printed in Commodore User magazine back in the time. This was kind of a cross … Continue reading →
A game which sadly could be lost forever… This was a title by Artur Bujdoso (Who created Marbloid which is also in the archives) that was mimicking "Dynamix" and "Compunet". The game got to a kind of "playable preview" but … Continue reading →
Boom Software had a number of titles advertised in 1984 for the Commodore 64, including this game. We suspect that Logger Mania is just your average frogger clone, but it would be good to get this one preserved. From what … Continue reading →
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