A mysterious game created by Simon Birrell which was originally penned as a game for the BBC Micro. However, Virgin Games decided that they also wanted this title completed on the C64. The BBC game can be seen here btw… … Continue reading →
Quite an errie little preview this one, feeling in someways similar to Mastertronic’s ‘Scumball’. A nice mixture of hi-res graphics and multi-colour, brighten up this early preview, where you control a space craft which must navigate its way through the … Continue reading →
A neat little title from Simon Quernhorst, which is themed on Chess, but has a much more simplistic aim in this logical game. Although starting to take shape back in 2014, the game was abandoned due to other projects and … Continue reading →
The source of this next entry is interesting as it was mentioned in “Illegal” pirate fanzine as something seen at PC 1988 show (or so it seems) by SSD of Cosmos. At present we know very little about the game … Continue reading →
A year before the release of Crazy Comets, Simon and his friend John coded their own conversion of the arcade ‘Mad Planets’. It wasn’t brilliant compared with the two later versions lacking music by Rob Hubbard, but a reasonable attempt … Continue reading →
Mad Men Software were set to release the fully completed game Messiah 3. This game was a RPG covering six disk sides and was to have a large manual due to the size of the game. Gene Barker programmed the … Continue reading →
A early licence of Nigel Mansell was planned by Martech in 1988, and the game was set to deliver where other racers failed. The game was actually reviewed in the Swedish Magazine ‘Soft’ Issue#3, May/June 1988. The game was definitely … Continue reading →
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