Another game from Mike Berry, this time a title briefly being developed we assume towards the end of the C64’s commercial life. Dynablaster/Bomberman around 1992 was pretty huge in popularity, and a C64 conversion was due, but never surfaced. There … Continue reading →
Found hiding on a bunch of old Compunet disks by Viktor Vargor came this interesting little preview of a Submarine game by none other than Mike (Kernal) Berry, who later went on to create Boing!, Reckless Rufus and the other … Continue reading →
It’s 1996 and games on the C64 are slowly drying up completely, the enthusiasm of creating new C64 games for mail order sale was dying too. Fanzines were the only real hope in the UK of any progress for the … Continue reading →
This is a unnamed Donkey Kong clone which was being developed by Mike Berry in the 90’s. It was mentioned in an interview in Commodore Scene back around 1997 time. Mike had the following to say about the game when … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title that we need to find out more about from Mike (Kernal) Berry. This was likely to be a sideways scrolling shooter that Mike Berry was producing for a budget label or similar back around … Continue reading →
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