Sword of the Samurai was based on a Fighting Fantasy gamebook by Ian Livingstone & Steve Jackson. Two earlier books – Rebel Planet and Temple of Terror – had already been published as text/graphic adventures, and so this would probably … Continue reading →
Tears of Rage was an RPG title talked about briefly within issues of both Commodore Format and Zzap!64 during the early 90’s. An up and coming game from U.S. Gold. Nothing was much known about the game until we heard … Continue reading →
The famous film set was to finally get its long awaited conversion to all the home computers, and issue 4 of Commodore Format stated that U.S. Gold had bought the rights to all three films, promising two games: an arcade … Continue reading →
Mentioned at the end of the first game, Tiger Road 2 was of course the sequel to the not too bad Capcom game. The C64 conversion of the original was good for rose tinted reasons (I loved it!) – comparing … Continue reading →
A short entry for a game that you can currently play, but not in its originally intended form. Strider 2 was a poor sequel released for various 8-bit and 16-bit platforms by US Gold and developed by Tiertex. Originally the … Continue reading →
A quick entry, again as we lack information at present. This is not the Mindscape game, but this was due to be a conversion of the Capcom arcade game. News of the conversion was mentioned in Commodore User magazine back … Continue reading →
Well, as correctly noted to me recently by a GTW reader, why the hell haven’t we covered World Cup Carnival V1?? And why not indeed – with the original game mess of World Cup Carnival apparently half complete before the … Continue reading →
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