A nice little sideways SEU created by Ashley Routledge and Dave Saunders (Ash and Dave). Featuring some neat (if strange) parallax scrolling and graphics, this game isn’t bad at all. Although it’s no Armalyte, its still a decent game and … Continue reading →
Many people who grew up in the 1980’s and the UK will remember the late Bob Monkhouse, who was the game show and comedy king for many decades. He was so famous, that not even the C64 could escape his … Continue reading →
A surprise title next to put into the GTW archives – but one where sadly we may never see the full potential. Croc was to be a very very late title on the C64 from Ash and Dave – approximately … Continue reading →
Also known as: Daffy Duck - And The Great Paint Caper
NOTE: This game is (c) Warner Bros, and is distributed freely without any profit as part of a digital preservation project. With thanks to David A Palmer productions (http://www.gamesproducer.com/) “Daffy Duck – And The Great Paint Caper” was to be … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title that did eventually see release, but was actually intended to be a game with a completely different name and publisher. Pirates in Hyperspace was Ash and Dave’s first commercial C64 game, published by Alternative … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title that did eventually see release, but was actually intended to be a game with a completely different name. Dynamix was a new puzzle game from Ash and Dave, published by Virgin Mastertronic back in … Continue reading →
A short entry to show a very early preview of what was to become Poseidon – Planet Eleven. Started off by Ashley Routledge and David Saunders around 1989. The game was eventually picked up and finished for Hi-Tec Software in … Continue reading →
Nope, this is not anything to do with the Gremlin Graphics game by the Core Design team (even though you’ll see, the blue logo looks startlingly like the Gremlin game’s logo) – but this is in fact a completely different … Continue reading →
And so the list continues with yet more Hi-Tec games added into the archive. This time with “Sylvester and Tweety Pie” which was a platformer where you had to try and catch Tweety Pie and you could scale walls, but … Continue reading →
Quite often when doing GTW64, we get a number of shocks and surprises that crop up, and none more than when we found a PDS disk with Tarzan Goes Ape written on it within Ashley Routledge’s disk collection. Started around … Continue reading →
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