In development for Elite, this was one of Mark Kelly’s first games being developed and was based on an ancient arcade game of the same name. It was American football and was to be another Elite arcade conversion. For reasons … Continue reading →
A rather interesting story with another game which had an earlier version … but one which was infinately better it seems than what was eventually released. Airwolf 2 was released on the Hitpak collection as the final game was awful. … Continue reading →
Aquablast is probably better known today as “Live And Let Die”, a James Bond movie licence by Elite and Domark. But what was exactly “Aquablast” then? Well it seems that Elite had this great little boat game by Dave Thomas, … Continue reading →
Bank Panic was a planned arcade conversion being done for Elite Software by Richard Gibbs, who previously wrote Knockout for Alligata software a year earlier. Elite were keen to do arcade conversions, so Richard pitched this idea and started work … Continue reading →
A hit on the SNES and a fairly well known arcade from Data East.. Featured two caveman which had to destroy dino’s and basically get through scrolling platform levels which ended with huge guardians to bash hell out off. Very … Continue reading →
A very short entry for a game that eventually saw release, but actually was meant to be a fully licensed game. If you ever played Novogen’s Battle Island, then you may have noticed that the sprites look rather much like … Continue reading →
A very short entry thanks to an anonymous contributor, who has flagged up that the Elite release of Commando should have included Level 3, which was cut from the final game. The final game only contained levels 1,2 and 4 … Continue reading →
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