The Commodore 64 has received many memorable games over the years, and none so much as The Great Giana Sisters, but for all the wrong reasons. Created by Armin Gessert, with graphics by Manfred Trenz back in 1987, Giana Sisters … Continue reading →
One of the best blasters ever and it’s not too hard to see where the inspiration for Katakis came from. This is a blatant R-Type clone, featuring almost identical backdrops and power-ups, right down to the bolt-on/send-ahead drone that does … Continue reading →
Trantor was a fairly well received game, but mainly for its awesome music and graphics. The game itself sucked a little bit, but overall it still has its fans. Recently C64 endings discovered that at the end of the first … Continue reading →
A very quick entry, but it seems that there exists a version of Trantor the Last Stormtrooper which features graphics by Paul (Dokk) Docherty. Paul Docherty wrote in a feature on C64.com that “I did some in-game graphics too, but … Continue reading →
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