A short entry for a title that was being created by the developers of Jack Attack – Kevin Kieller and John Traynor. This was a title for Commodore – an educational title to teach basic math concepts. Sadly Commodore were … Continue reading →
A short entry for a Commodore MAX title that was proposed, but never finished and released. Air Battle would set you in air and space, pitting you against many different types of alien invaders. At each level, the player would … Continue reading →
Yet another lost SEUCK title, by Asif A Bhagwandin for Commodore Force magazine. This was an awesome Forgotten Worlds clone just like TAB, and featured very colourful graphics similiar to Creatures (but totally original graphics). According to Asif, this was … Continue reading →
Commodore User magazine ran a pretty interesting game advert back in 1984 for a title called “Beat 1984!”, which was described as a four part adventure game for the C64 with graphics and sound. The short story line was as … Continue reading →
It’s not always unreleased games covered in the GTW64 archives, as occasionally we see the odd unearthed early preview or development version of an actual released game with some interesting differences or features. Today we have an earlier build of … Continue reading →
A short entry for a Commodore MAX title that was proposed, but never finished and released. Cosmax would have you destroying extra terrestrials as you scroll across the screen in a mountainous terrain. E.T’s attack two from the front and … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title that may or may not have ever been released. This was an educational title that was to be released by Commodore on cartridge, and supporting the Magic Voice module. Was this a real title? … Continue reading →
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