Well, what can we say about this entry? Not a lot! – At present it seems we just have a teaser about a new game coming soon from Blue Chip, which from the looks of the graphics is a kind … Continue reading →
Eye 2 Eye was a simple game which was started in 1993 and sadly never finished. The game was a simple shooter with two people flying on a single screen and having to kill each other. Pretty much a glossy … Continue reading →
Thanks to Jazzcat for the heads up about this game, which was shown recently on the developer’s website. The game was a RPG title, with a large world with 16 different countries, 32 dungeons, four different breeds, elaborate, personal character … Continue reading →
Thanks to Jazzcat for the heads up about this game, which was shown recently on the developer’s website. We are not sure what the exact aim of the game was and why it was never finished – but we assume … Continue reading →
Underland was to be a RPG trading game by the looks of it, being developed by Marcus Wagner back in 2007. On the website (which is still currently active here) details the game as having the following special features: 5 … Continue reading →
Xytris is a really strange puzzler, which isn’t a tetris puzzler like you may think from the name, but a title where you must re-create the character from the box on the right side of the screen. There are two … Continue reading →
Thanks to Jazzcat for the heads up about this game, which was shown recently on the developer’s website. The game was an RPG which was looking to shape up pretty well back in 1986 when it was in development. However, … Continue reading →
Yloa’s Complex is a nice Lady Tut clone which was being done by Marcus Oliver Wagner back in 1987. Marcus did a number of C64 games that never saw commercial release, and very kindly released them into the wild on … Continue reading →
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