Many people who grew up in the 1980’s and the UK will remember the late Bob Monkhouse, who was the game show and comedy king for many decades. He was so famous, that not even the C64 could escape his … Continue reading →
A short entry, where Namco/Atari’s Final Lap was to be converted to the C64 and other 8-bit and 16-bit platforms according to PowerPlay magazine from December 1988. The conversion was listed alongside news of conversions of Xybots, Vindicator – which … Continue reading →
Another early version it seems existed of another Domark game, this time of the terrible Hard Drivin’ game conversion being worked on. Just how did the Spectrum receive a fantastic conversion, and we get this game? (The game was so … Continue reading →
As the C64GS was in full flow, companies started to put their support into the machine by listing various titles they planned to have ported for the cartridge format. Domark was one such publisher, and they were also planning an … Continue reading →
Well, this entry may not come as much of a suprise, especially now you have learned about how the actual released game came about. We all talk about Aquablast as being what Live and Let Die used to be, but … Continue reading →
Confirmed – finally! …. but Domark were indeed working on a C64 conversion of Prince of Persia. Who confirmed it?… Chris West. Who is now hoping to recover a copy to show to the world and said the following on … Continue reading →
This rubber-burnin’ coin-op conversion, sequel to Atari’s classic Hard Drivin’, was expected around Christmas 1991. After the miserable attempt to get its predecessor onto the Commodore 64 (the filled polygons moved slower than London traffic), the programmers dispensed with the … Continue reading →
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