Back on our screens in 1988, we were graced by one of the greatest SEU’s of all time. Armalyte was released with an almighty impact, shaping the way all sideways SEU’s should be on the C64. With the first game’s … Continue reading →
To follow Arsenal winning the English Premier league, Thalamus gained the rights to produce a game based on the big club. The guy behind the game was none other than creator of past Thalamus hits, Summer Camp and Winter Camp, … Continue reading →
One of the most infamous of GTW games comes in the form of a well sort after game called “Bamboo”, from the creators of Hawkeye. To introduce the game, here is a clip from Finnish computer magazine “Mikrobitti” in December … Continue reading →
Esprit Software seem to have a extensive track record of trying to produce games which pushed all the barriers to the limits. First with Search For Sharla, then with Flonk… now with this particular little game. And with one common … Continue reading →
Elaroo is based around an elephant who bounces around various platforms on a pogo stick, while collecting as many coins as possible. I can’t quite make out which game this reminds me most of, though i’m hazarding a guess at … Continue reading →
Hawkeye 2 was something that original coder Mario van Zeist wanted to realise, with better graphics, sound and more added twists to the gameplay. It was going to be released under the Thalamus label, but was never completed due to … Continue reading →
This is an awesome Kung Fu Master clone, with massive and brilliantly animated main sprites. The background flickered to give extra colours, and some of the previews featured some awesome sound effects to match a great promising preview. It feels … Continue reading →
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