Our next game seems to be a title which just didn’t work out for Imageworks. DDT: Dynamic Debugger was a game planned for release on both C64 and Amiga, and the game was never to appear on either machine. A … Continue reading →
A curious and complex puzzler which involves unscrambling various famous structures of world famous works of art created by Dr Devious by controlling JJ (JoJo) Maverick, the hero of the game. The game featured some smart GFX, with Bob Stevenson … Continue reading →
Legend was a rather nifty RPG released by Mindscape back in 1991 which has gone down as one of the best RPG’s on the Amiga. Originally though it was due to be released by Mirrorsoft before their collapse, and also … Continue reading →
The sequel to First Samurai was to be programmed by Vivid Image’s sister division known as MirrorSoft, straight after the first game was released. The people who were intended for the conversion were Mat Sneap and Jon Williams. The C64 … Continue reading →
The Bitmap Brothers were one of the first companies to explore the potential of 16-bit systems such as the Amiga, and many regard Xenon II: Megablast is the peak of this. This vertically-scrolling shoot ’em up featured advanced graphics and … Continue reading →
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