A short entry for a title which was written by Patricia Curtis, and was snapped up in the end by Microprose. Before that, Patricia was touting the game around to several publishers. All we know so far was that the … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title that was mentioned in a loading screen for Nato Commander by Microprose back in 1984. We believe that Challenger was a space shuttle game of some kind, but little else is known at this … Continue reading →
Covert Action was a new Sid Meier game from back in the early days and following the success of Microprose’s earlier Pirates game. The game was announced as a title coming soon for the Commodore 64 back in 1988 in … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title that was mentioned in a loading screen for Nato Commander by Microprose back in 1984. We believe that Go Sets Go was a sports game of some kind, but little else is known at … Continue reading →
Just a quick entry to add an early version of Microprose Soccer before it was released. What is so different you ask?…. Well, not a great deal in the actual game (apart from slight differences in the replay and other … Continue reading →
Pirates was an excellent game written by the brilliant Sid Meier, who with ‘Major’ Bill Stead founded Microprose. This was a popular hit on all machines and has recently resurfaced as a major new PC game, again written by Sid … Continue reading →
Project Stealth Fighter was one of Microprose’s excellent simulators, this one being based around the American Stealth Fighter and the C64 version was a good conversion. A ZZAP feature on Microprose Software mentions various versions of their software including Pirates … Continue reading →
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