An apparently neat puzzle game which doesn’t offer the most attractive of graphics, but is apparently very great to play. The game was done as some fun by a guy called Jer, who does not mention any more finishing off, … Continue reading →
A very short entry for a title which may be removed as quick as it was added. Breaker was a cool breakout clone produced for Radarsoft in 1987, but what seems to be a title which is complete and fully … Continue reading →
A new game which was recently revived by the game’s author, after seeing on a disk for some 26 years. Fire Breath was a game inspired by Bubble Bobble and Creatures, created in 1990 by Erik Hooijmeijer. The game was … Continue reading →
A surprise finding on the disks of Darren Melbourne, with an unofficial and early Mario game from 1983 which has been lost for some time! At the moment , we do not know for sure if this game actually got … Continue reading →
Not the official title of this game. It’s likely a final title was never made in the end, and it seems this title was abandoned very early on. This preview was only released in 2019 after Hedning/GP found it on … Continue reading →
The thing I love about working on Games That Weren’t, is that even after over 20 years – we still get the odd surprise surface. Our next entry is a title by an author who created a VIC-20 game which … Continue reading →
In an interview on C64.com, Andy Jervis mentioned that he was working on a Mad Max type game for CRL back in the day: “I started a Mad Max type game on the C64 for CRL. This involved you driving … Continue reading →
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