A neat old school pacman clone, with disks replacing the ghosts and two Terminal City style men replacing pacman. The game is two player, and features some great music from Hunters Moon by Matt Gray. The graphics are nothing to … Continue reading →
An old CNET style game with simple rocks to avoid in this sideways SEU. By the same guys who created "Crackmania", also in the archives and incomplete. This game doesn’t seem to be built for the purpose of selling, but … Continue reading →
Along with Sword of Samurai, Devils of the Deep was to be yet another Fighting Fantasy game on the C64 from US Gold according to http://pdd.if-legends.org/ldp/bdp.html. This game in particular was to be set in Atlantis and we presume would … Continue reading →
Yet another aborted Double Dragon conversion for the C64, and this time this was for the Ocean Software development of the game from the early 1990s. Although it could just be a different variation of the current and limited cartridge … Continue reading →
The Eye of Bain was a neat little text adventure created in 1984 by Artic Computing. Advertised for the likes of the Spectrum and the Commodore 64 in various magazines, only the Spectrum version seems to have surfaced. The C64 … Continue reading →
A rather interesting title now from an obscure company called Gamesware. Gamma Strike is a kind of a light phaser/target pack, with the target board plugged into the computer. ACE magazine (issue 9) reported on the game and said the … Continue reading →
A obscure title by Simon Birrell, creator of Strangeloop for Virgin Games. Essentially, this game stems from the ripping off of one of Simon’s own ideas which was "Slideways", also in GTW. Cascade ripped off the Slideways game and released … Continue reading →
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