This entry originally began as a possible V1 hunt, but it has been confirmed that Finlay indeed programmed the version we all know (and love?). However, a recent conversation with Wayne Billingham showed that a Cartridge version was being produced. … Continue reading →
Before Elite got the licence for Airwolf, Ocean Software actually started producing the home computer conversions. Although it was advertised for the Spectrum in the scan, it was infact also planned for the C64 until Elite Software won a legal … Continue reading →
After the success of the first Bart game on the C64, and a bland conversion of the Arcade game in the US… Bart was ready for one final fling on the C64, and so to for Ocean on the 8-bit … Continue reading →
Following on from Neverending Story and Hunchback – The Adventure, there was plans for a 3rd game to use the very same engine developed by the late Ian Weatherburn. After getting the licence for Batman and having the 3D game … Continue reading →
A game which has been debated a lot whether it was even in development for our beloved C64. Batman 3D was unreleated to the movie, and was an isometric Ultimate style game by Jon Ritman and Bertie Drummond. It got … Continue reading →
An interesting title only really known about due to its very brief inclusion on Commercial Breaks (A BBC documentary from 1984 which documented on Imagine and Ocean, and saw the amazing collapse of Imagine as it happened – grab it … Continue reading →
This game was originally brought to the attention of GTW thanks to Jason Kelk, who reported that a guy called Ian Bean (Ian/Fusion) had contacted a C64 message board, asking for a game which he and a guy called Ted … Continue reading →
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