Also known as: 19 Part 2 - Vietnam / 19 Part 2 - Combat Zone
Cascade were a little company, most famous for their “Ace” series on the C64 and other platforms, and infamous for their “Cassette 50” compilation for almost every machine that existed. In 1988, they gained the rights to a popular Paul … Continue reading →
California Games 2 was the long awaited sequel which was supposidly available for mail order release in 1991 or 1992 by Tenex Computer Express. It is not certain if any copies leaked out to anyone in the public or not. … Continue reading →
Yes, Time Scanner was actually released on the C64, and many of you can claim to own it. But how many of you can claim to own the version that should have been? In July 1988, UK magazine Commodore User … Continue reading →
A short entry for a game that you can currently play, but not in its originally intended form. Strider 2 was a poor sequel released for various 8-bit and 16-bit platforms by US Gold and developed by Tiertex. Originally the … Continue reading →
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