Intriguing title for our next GTW comes in the form of Asylum. From a feature on a show in Your Commodore magazine, the game was described in more detail as a top view three player interactive heavy metal fantasy action … Continue reading →
The source of this next entry is interesting as it was mentioned in "Illegal" pirate fanzine as something seen at PC 1988 show (or so it seems) by SSD of Cosmos. Dondra was actually released on other machines like the … Continue reading →
Originally mentioned in CVG as a new game being produced on the Spectrum and C64, Dr Blitzen and the Islands of Arcanum was on its way. This is better known as Dynamite Dan II, and was eventually released on the … Continue reading →
The source of this next entry is interesting as it was mentioned in "Illegal" pirate fanzine as something seen at PC 1988 show (or so it seems) by SSD of Cosmos. We don’t know much about this game at present, … Continue reading →
Our next entry is a quick one as highlighted by contributor Sean O’Neill. It’s a title we’ve been aware of for some time, but just haven’t got round to adding it to the site. The game should have been released … Continue reading →
An interesting entry, which was a Game Creator game produced by Andrew Boosey of Hayes, Middlesex. This seems to have been for a competition of somekind to prove that good games could be produced using Games Creator. The competition it … Continue reading →
Back in Your Commodore magazine and in 1991, their news section stated that Mirrorsoft were producing new Turtles games – two to be precise. Apparently TMNT 2 was to be more of the same, though actually it turned out to … Continue reading →
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