I should have added this to the GTW64 archive ages ago, but for some reason did a separate site post. What we have here is a rather different looking Knuckle Buster game on the C64 by Mat Sneap. Luckily in … Continue reading →
Our next entry has very little in the way of clues, apart from this loading screen created by Lizard for Tim Rogers and Darrin Stubbington. We believe the screen was released on Compunet at some point, and was found lurking … Continue reading →
The Mystery of Arkham Manor was one of your more interactive text adventures, using a system commonly seen in the Lucasfilm games Maniac Mansion. Selecting text from some preset words to construct various commands and phrases. The game got a … Continue reading →
Throne of Fire was due to be published by Melbourne House, and saw release on both the ZX Spectrum and Amstrad CPC platforms. The C64 version was never to appear, despite adverts. The game was designed by Mike Singleton and … Continue reading →
Yet another title for the archives which was in a very different state compared to the final game at one stage. Thanks to Dr Strange/Atlantis for highlighting this title, which has actually been doing the rounds for some time. This … Continue reading →
It is with great thanks to our friends at Unseen64 and specifically Luca Taborelli and contributor MP83 that this title has been highlighted to us as yet another lost title for we believe the Commodore 64, but also ZX Spectrum … Continue reading →
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