Another combined entry for a series of titles, this time from Island Software, which may or may not have been released. These have been highlighted to us thanks to Bertrand / Atari Frog. These were Commodore 64 titles listed in … Continue reading →
A pretty famous Cinemaware title which was originally released on the Amiga, PC, Megadrive amongst others – but was also mentioned as having a C64 conversion in the works according to C&VG. The game itself was inspired by many 1950’s … Continue reading →
I’ve cheated a little with this entry to save time, but I had an email from Francesco Milioni today, who helps with the site Edicola 8 bit and looks to find out the original titles for pirated games in Italy. … Continue reading →
Our next title is a little thin on the ground at this stage, but we believe there is a strong case that a Commodore 64 edition was on the cards. Ixion was a SEGA arcade title that never saw release … Continue reading →
A short entry for a series of games that were advertised in the US press as mail order only titles. The games were as follows: The Recent Unpleasantness – “Individual control of 43 Confederate Divisions/149 Brigades. Could you have turned … Continue reading →
Issue 5 of Commodore Format first introduced news that James Pond was to be converted on the C64 from the classic Amiga game. Apart from the terrible fish jokes that CF told, the prospect of seeing the game was rather … Continue reading →
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