Already GTW pays host to a number of Ultimate games which never saw the light of day, and we bring yet another title which seems to have been considered for the C64 at some point. Where we had Lunar Jetman … Continue reading →
Dreadnought was a multi-scrolling shooter being developed by Icon Design back in late 1988. The game was coded by none other than John Buckley of Solar Jetman fame. The aim of the game was to control a fleet of ships … Continue reading →
An advert was featured in CVG June 86, with it stating that the C64 version would be available soon. Of course, we never did get to see the game, and Tir Na Nog became the only Gargoyle game to be … Continue reading →
Welcome to what is the remains of Heartland V1, known as Kimera to those close to the project. Kimera was infact the original given name to what eventually became Heartland, releaed by Odin Software back in 1986. Although we saw … Continue reading →
Mega Games was infamously a batch of very exciting games that were once in production for the c64 and Spectrum, and were said by the press (and of course Imagine themselves) to be very ahead of their time, with some … Continue reading →
Incredibly rich from his exploits in Manic Miner and partying away in Jet Set Willy, the third instalment was apparently to see our intrepid hero up against the bane of the nouvelle riche, the tax office!… The actual name for … Continue reading →
A lot of you will remember seeing this game on the ZZap64 magazine covertape one issue… but it wasn’t specially designed for the magazine…. It was originally programmed for Ocean, but Ocean didn’t like the game as they felt it … Continue reading →
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