Alligata produced quite a few classic titles and shot certain developers like Tony Crowther to fame. Towards 1986, and sadly Alligata was to be no more, and so it was laid to rest. In 2005, James Grayson loaned GTW a … Continue reading →
A very big thanks to Mauricio Muñoz Lucero for highlighting this one for us. Dartz is a game which has been highlighted thanks to the author of Warhawk digging out his unreleased software whilst he develops the new Warhawk game … Continue reading →
Another V1 title, with an interesting story behind it too! It was always wondered by Andrew Fisher if originally Antony Crowther’s “Challenge of the Gobots” game was something else before. Well we now have confirmation thanks to Andrew that the … Continue reading →
Quiz Quest – "The computer game with all the right questions – Can you supply the right answers?" is the banner within the advert campaign of this other lost game, this time another Alligata Software title. The game was a … Continue reading →
A very short entry, as technically this was released – but only briefly! Rocket Roger had a reputation of being a rock hard game, but it also went through two iterations! Initially when previewed and briefly sold at a PCW … Continue reading →
Created by Steve Evans, famous for classics such as Guardian. This game was a very sly Commando clone, and as soon as Elite (who owned the rights to converting Commando) saw the game, they gained an injunction to stop it … Continue reading →
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