Apart from the odd clip in a few of the Commodore magazines, nothing was much seen or heard about this little game. It wasn’t until Commodore Format ran a feature, Where are they now, when they mentioned Ubik (David Korn) … Continue reading →
Our list of different editions of released C64 games continues to grow with the inclusion now of Shadow of the Beast. This came as a bit of a surprise to us, when Nick Pelling tweeted in 2022 that he had … Continue reading →
A very quick entry, but it seems that there exists a version of Trantor the Last Stormtrooper which features graphics by Paul (Dokk) Docherty. Paul Docherty wrote in a feature on C64.com that “I did some in-game graphics too, but … Continue reading →
This graphically superb clone of Capcom’s Black Tiger was in production by Gary Liddon of Zzap fame, and also Paul (Dokk) Docherty of various artistic efforts. The game looked great in the adverts, and the screenshots looked very tasty for … Continue reading →
XS was a game being developed by Graham Hunter and Paul Docherty in 1987. The idea was to be a Defender based game, with a fast side-scrolling shooter where you rescue civilians from sewers and street scenes whilst shooting aliens. … Continue reading →
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