Crossbones was originally a game which had very little known it, apart a mention way back in 1987 in “Happy Computer” magazine. It was in an interview with Brian Fargo and Bill Heineman of Interplay where they first mentioned that … Continue reading →
According to Commodore User September 1988 in their PC Show 88 preview, Activision had secured the rights for Corland Technology’s Cyber Tank game. We did a bit of research, and found it. At present hte game is not yet full … Continue reading →
Again thanks to Cybergoth, we are able to mention yet another Activision game which has not seen the light of day, and one which has a lot of mystery surrounding it… mainly because we’ve never bloody heard of it until … Continue reading →
Exodus was to be a very ambitious war game which was described by its developer as a mix of Elite, Civilization and Traveler RPG. Paul Clansey was the C64 developer and shed some light on a development not really mentioned … Continue reading →
A short entry for now of what we believe may have been a working title (or not quite remembered correctly by Peter Kaminski). Whilst talking about Pyramid of Time, Peter recalled a title that Russell Lieblich was working on around … Continue reading →
A very quick entry for a title which may well be vapourware, but was briefly mentioned in the news pages of Zzap Italia back in 1987. Legendary Wings was a famous 1986 Capcom arcade which strangely never got a conversion, … Continue reading →
An interesting conversion which never seems to have got much spotlight, but was indeed a C64 conversion in the workings. Confirmation made by the screenshots printed in Commodore User magazine back in the time. This was kind of a cross … Continue reading →
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