Back in the 1980s there were innumerable indie publishers of the kind so rightly lauded in today’s mobile and online gaming market. Just as today all you need to become a developer is a single app on a marketplace, in … Continue reading →
Dungeons, Amethysts, Alchemists ‘n Everythin’ was to be a simple text adventure created in GAC and converted from the Amstrad/Amiga/ST (Amiga we don’t think was GAC related) release of the same name. We have confirmation that a C64 version was … Continue reading →
A very quick and new entry thanks to a recent release by Onslaught with a Demo compilation pack. Dwarfs and Diamonds was one of those games on the pack, and is a pretty neat looking Bubble Bobble/Bombjack styled clone with … Continue reading →
Originally mentioned in CVG as a new game being produced on the Spectrum and C64, Dr Blitzen and the Islands of Arcanum was on its way. This is better known as Dynamite Dan II, and was eventually released on the … Continue reading →
A very quick entry for a title we know very little about. Eagle Storm was a title listed in the Screen Test Budgets section of ACE magazine (Issue 20, May 1989 – Page 66) as coming soon. The game however … Continue reading →
Our next entry is for a title we believe was called Earth Mover, due to its filename, but this could also have been a work in progress name. The game was found and recovered from Cory Kin’s personal disk collection. … Continue reading →
More arcade conversion action from Elite in the form of Edward Randy, a interesting arcade game with a character inspired by Indiana Jones. The game featured levels such as part where Edward Randy is on a wing walking on a … Continue reading →
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