Beavers was another promising title which Grandslam were entrusted to publish on various systems. You had to control “Jethro the beaver” through 4 valleys, each with 4 levels. From the previews in the magazines, the game looked a very nice … Continue reading →
Very quick entry, as we are lacking details at present. A Bruce Lee game was mentioned in a PC Show 1988 article in Commodore User magazine to be developed by Grandslam. Nothing more was heard, though we are sure a … Continue reading →
Not to be confused with Dandy released by Electric Dreams, but more a game based on the very popular Comic Book. Advertised as coming soon in early 1989 on the Commodore 64 – this title was mentioned in small print … Continue reading →
A quick write up on a title which we only really knew anything about thanks to a news snippet in Games Machine issue 32. The game was mentioned and previewed in a few magazines as to be released on the … Continue reading →
Wasn’t Liverpool The Game released in 1993? Yes, it was – but it seems that Grandslam had a previous version underway in 1989, a long long time before its eventual release. But what a difference though between the two! This … Continue reading →
Advertised a lot in the magazines and created by Thalion/Grandslam, The Seven Gates Of Jambala is best described as a clone of Son Son II on the PC Engine, and not Super Mario :). The game was released on the … Continue reading →
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