Yes, of course… Dandy was actually released by Electric Dreams, but did you know that in fact the original developer was not to be Nick Pelling, but the Ram Jam Corporation? This updated version of the classic Dandy game on … Continue reading →
After what was an abysmal conversion, Electric Dreams were seemingly keen to make up for some reason. Instead of just forgetting about the conversion, a PCW show (Zzap issue 32) had reports from Electric Dreams about working on a new … Continue reading →
Never to be released, Hijack was a side-on strategy game to be released by Electric Dreams (A division of Activision). This was an interesting game which did fairly well, and was recieved on the Amstrad and Spectrum platforms. However, the … Continue reading →
A very popular and ground breaking game on the Spectrum, was in fact also planned for the Commodore 64 back in 1987. Sandy White, creator of Ant Attack and Zombie Zombie, set to work on creating one of the most … Continue reading →
Electric Dreams/Activision seemed to have a bit of a knack of having cancellations, but also games which when eventually released, looked far different to the preview screenshots shown in the press early on. Like with Time Scanner and R-Type, you … Continue reading →
Nuclear Nick was one of a few titles advertised by Electric Dreams back in issue 8 of Zzap 64 games. Nuclear Nick was to be part of a double pack with a game called Scooter. It never quite surfaced, but … Continue reading →
Psionic was an intriguing title which was being developed by Robert Trevellyan, who later went on to work for Bitmap Bros and produce the likes of Speedball 2 on the Amiga. His first commercial venture was for this game at … Continue reading →
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