Freddy Fish is an arcade game from 1983 that was released for PC in the US by Mirror Images Software. The game it seems was due to have a Commodore 64 conversion, but was cancelled before it could be complete. … Continue reading →
Molecale was to be an arcade shoot-em-up to hopefully be finished by Video Images back around 1988/89 time. The name of the game was coined by Wayne Sheardown, who was originally part of the Video Images gang of four – … Continue reading →
An intriguing title next up, which we are as of yet unsure if it was intended as an official conversion pitch attempt or was something unofficial to demonstrate the credentials of Video Images. Two loading screen variants were created, but … Continue reading →
A very short entry for a title which was being designed by Stephen Bedser in 1993 for the C64. The game had a working title of Squat Bot, and was based around a small robot that could change its faceplate … Continue reading →
Our next game in the archives is an early title from Video Images, who did Exceleron for Commodore User magazine back in the day. It was a title that would make use of the SEUCK engine, which some companies back … Continue reading →
Another quickie – whilst hunting through some disks from Andrew Morris, we found a sprite set which contained the planets from Mega Apocalypse, and a very simple ship. Additionally there were sprites with Video Images Software text made out of … Continue reading →
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