It has been found that thanks to one of our visitors, Helfried, that this game was in fact published by a German magazine called "Magic Disk Classic". The full game can be found on Gamebase here: http://www.gb64.com/game.php?id=4430&d=18&h=0 This entry is … Continue reading →
A very short entry to highlight a currently missing title which may or may not have been released. Possibly an education title with the LOGO language by No Man’s Land, was it completed or released? Can you help us find … Continue reading →
A bit of an interesting entry this time, and a game which had some brief involvement from Jon Hare in his pre-Sensible days doing graphics in various bit parts for games. Lone Wolf seems to be part of a series … Continue reading →
Thanks to Peter Weighill for highlighting yet another C64 title that seems to have got away. Lordlings of Yore was a strategy game that was released on the Apple II and seems to be available, but the Commodore 64 version … Continue reading →
Yet another C64 conversion of a Cinemaware game hits the GTW archives, and this time another classic in the form of “Lords of the Rising Sun”. Very similiar in style to Defender of the Crown, Lords of the Rising Sun … Continue reading →
A classic 3D maze game, cloned again on the C64. Sadly, apart from a modern looking font, the actual game is not progressing any further than its 80’s counterparts. Graphically its very simplistic, and overall the gameplay is very simplistic, … Continue reading →
Lotus Turbo Challenge 2 is a great 2 player split screen driving game, and seeing the sequel is enough to make any user excited. The other versions were breathtaking, and the C64 version was apparently shaping well according to rumours. … Continue reading →
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