Squid is a cute little single screen preview which has some nice hi-res overlaid sprites which move around and which you must avoid. The game isn’t fully playable and just allows you to jump around the map and interact with … Continue reading →
A promising sideways SEU, featuring some fair graphics and attackwaves. Originally I heard of Parade’s game from the pages of Commodore Scene magazine, but as time passed, so did any sight of this game. The game isn’t that bad, but … Continue reading →
Part of a series of Power House titles which never quite saw the light of day, or at least are not picked up in Gamebase 64. Did this game ever get a release? Certainly this title although mentioned in Zzap … Continue reading →
A very short entry for now, for a title that was being heavily considered for the C64, according to a review by C+VG. Star Goose was a vertical scrolling shoot-em-up, looking a little like Xenon, and with a 3D segment … Continue reading →
Part of an educational series, Star Maze is one of around 6 which is sadly missing and one which may have been released, but is very possible that it didn’t quite make it out. We’re not 100% sure what happened … Continue reading →
Advertised in many magazines, this was a title being sold by Anik Microsystems… however only two Anik games exist and seem to have been released on the C64. The advert describes the game as follows: "Kirk, Spock and Co. beamed … Continue reading →
Not an official licence of the game, at least, especially not in 1999! :) One of the scener’s, Patrick Furlong, started the unofficial game back in 1999/2000 and designed everything which would be in the game. Set out as a … Continue reading →
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