A short entry for a game that has seen a release, but only it seems in the US and Spain. Australian/Aussie Games was a sports multi-event that was created by Beam Software and a sort of piss-take of California Games. … Continue reading →
A short collective entry thanks to the efforts of Martin / Stadium64, who found an Avant-Garde catalog full of titles that don’t seem to have been preserved or may not have seen a release. Not all are games, though we … Continue reading →
Aviatak was brought to my attention by a C64 scener on the forum, who kindly submitted the scan of the game in question. Publicised with a full page advert back in a Dec 1984 issue of Personal Computer Gamer, Aviatak … Continue reading →
Not too much to say about our next title which was being developed back in 2010. Avoiditic was a very simple title where you must control a pumpkin and avoid the other pumpkins on the screen. At this stage there … Continue reading →
Axeman is a title which we currently know very little about. All we have is a single screenshot which we have had in a folder for many years. We’re hoping that the screenshot may jog some memories about the game … Continue reading →
Advertised in Home Computer Weekly, issue 85 – Aztec was an interesting looking 3D adventure game which was to be released on the likes of the Spectrum and also the Commodore 64. You would use the keys to turn around … Continue reading →
A big surprise now, but we are happy to learn thanks to Avram Dumitrescu that Backlash (The cool Encounter 2 sequel on the Amiga/ST – http://hol.abime.net/12) was started off on the C64, or at least sort of… In Michael Rooke’s … Continue reading →
A very simple horizontal scrolling shooter at this stage, which has plenty of promise – but hasn’t got very far at all. No attack waves and just a movable ship over a simple background. Did this ever get any further … Continue reading →
Not too much really to say about this game at this stage. Was it meant as a joke or a serious title? We suspect that Bad Game was given as a title by the crackers. The aim is simply to … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title which may well have been actually released, but is currently missing from the archives. Bailiff was an educational game and was described as follows in an advert in Commodore User magazine: Age guide 14 … Continue reading →
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