Thanks to Brendan Phoenix for the heads up. Zzap 64 in October 1986 had a small news snippet about Scarabaeus 2 coming soon from Ariolasoft. Apparently the Zzap team had seen something of the game and thought it was very … Continue reading →
Scooter was one of a few titles advertised by Electric Dreams back in issue 8 of Zzap 64 games. Nuclear Nick was to be part of a double pack with a game called Scooter. It never quite surfaced, but after … Continue reading →
After Turrican 2 and before Turrican 3 by Protovision and Smash Designs, another Turrican clone was being formed with a different main character. "Scorpion" was hoping to take off from where Turrican 2 left off and continue the craze of … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title which seems to have a C64 connection, but we’re not sure if it is a red herring just yet. Thanks to John Christian Lønningdal, we have learnt that the 1942 clone – Screaming Wings, … Continue reading →
Well, nowadays you’ve got people going on about how GTA 3 is full of bad taste with the ability to have sex with prostitutes and then kill them. It’s however not something limited to games of today, but this kind … Continue reading →
Another title highlighted thanks to Peter Weighill. This early 1983 Epyx game was advertised in quite a few magazines at the time as part of a double pack with Gun Fight. Unfortunately this one never got to see the light … Continue reading →
A short entry for a Grolier Electronic Publishing game spotted by Peter Weighill in an issue of Family Computing magazine October 1984. Secrets of Science was described in the advert as follows: “Secrets of Science Island guides you on a … Continue reading →
A short entry which has been highlighted thanks to Brian Bagnall, which depicts a game which eventually would turn into Lord of the Rings, another game that never saw the light of day (on the C64 at least!) Towards the … Continue reading →
This is likely to be yet another vapourware title … but worth adding none the less… Steve Perry once won a competition with Commodore Format and met up with one of the editors called Andy (Hutch) Hutchinson. When talking to … Continue reading →
Sestavljanka is not really a game, but it is an educational program for children done by Suzy Soft. The game is a "put-together-picture" type of game with simple puzzles and picture collections. You can dress up dolls, make a fotorobot … Continue reading →
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