As with Mag Max, it seems that there was another conversion in the works for Breakthru, which saw a terrible release on the C64 in the end by US Gold. Canvas were working on a Breakthru conversion for US Gold, … Continue reading →
California Games 2 was the long awaited sequel which was supposidly available for mail order release in 1991 or 1992 by Tenex Computer Express. It is not certain if any copies leaked out to anyone in the public or not. … Continue reading →
A game based on the world famous actor… adverts were placed in magazines and it was mentioned around the gaming scene on many occasions in the late 80’s. Martin Holland was working on the graphics for the Amstrad CPC version … Continue reading →
A first version of Crackdown was indeed in production, with code being done by Mark Kelly before he later went on to working on Golden Axe. We are not sure quite what happened here, but we know that Bob Stephenson … Continue reading →
Along with Sword of Samurai, Devils of the Deep was to be yet another Fighting Fantasy game on the C64 from US Gold according to http://pdd.if-legends.org/ldp/bdp.html. This game in particular was to be set in Atlantis and we presume would … Continue reading →
Another sequel, and this time again from Archer MacLean, who was also working on the sequel to IK Deluxe. Dropzone 2 was started very much earlier than IK, and took the idea of the original idea and added the likes … Continue reading →
From what sounds like a racing game, Fast ‘n’ Furious was infact to be a game based on whizzing across the screen on a magic carpet, where you would have obstacles and monsters to avoid like crazy. The game only … Continue reading →
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