A possibly late licence for The Edge to consider, but The A-Team was a particular game which they had in the pipeline. There had been previous attempts, such as a poor VCS 2600 version, so maybe there was hope in … Continue reading →
Darius + was advertised in various magazines, and was advertised by The Edge for all machines, including the Commodore 64. The game is a conversion of a popular arcade by Taito, and eventually did surface on the Amiga, Spectrum (http://www.worldofspectrum.org/infoseekid.cgi?id=0001254) … Continue reading →
You probably won’t be too surprised to learn that Fairlight 2 was due for the C64 as well as the other platforms. The people who confirm this are The Games Machine, who mention in the Spectrum review that the C64 … Continue reading →
A short entry for a V1 edition of a released game that many of us enjoyed growing up. Tucked away on a work disk of Mat Sneap, was this early build of Garfield that shows some of the game with … Continue reading →
Yet another Edge title. The game was advertised in magazines such as CVG in 1986, and was brought to GTW’s attention thanks to Lee Theasby who kindly provided the advert scan. The game was an adventure RPG which was in … Continue reading →
This second version of a released game, Quo Vadis V2, was brought to my attention by DanSolo over at the Lemon64 forums. Quo Vadis V2 was mentioned in a news item where a disk version was being planned that could … Continue reading →
A very quick entry – but on some disks converted from Darren Melbourne by C64.com, some graphical assets for an aborted Shao Lin’s Road conversion was found. The graphics were done by Ned Langman as one of his first ever … Continue reading →
Shockwave was first mentioned in The Games Machine with the following bit of blurb… “While Xecutor does it for dual destruction on the Spectrum, Shockwave is a two player shoot ’em up on for the Commodore 64 complete with a … Continue reading →
It seems this one almost went under and missed the GTW scanner. This was brought to the attention of GTW thanks to the Lemon 64 forum and a member asking about the whereabouts of the C64 version of this game. … Continue reading →
The Punisher was advertised in various magazines, and was advertised by The Edge for all machines, including the Commodore 64. The game is based on the film project of the time which starred Dolph Lundgren and which went straight to … Continue reading →
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