A big game on the 16bits at the time… where you control the spot from 7-up, moving along the beach, collecting red spots and shooting crabs… It was a fun little platform game. A C64 version was being planned out … Continue reading →
Now then … this is interesting. Check out HVSC, and under Charles Deenen you will find a very interesting music entry in the shape of Formula 1 Simulator, and a very awesome rendition of the F1 theme tune too :-) … Continue reading →
We’re probably stretching things I know – but its been reported that there was a version of Gemini Wing in existance that had two players in total. Zzap 64 reported it a month before the game’s review and release, where … Continue reading →
Yet another V1 title, this time in the form of Golden Axe, and by the very same developers. We believe that there was another version of Golden Axe which was scrapped to make way to the version which we all … Continue reading →
A very quick entry for a title we know very little about. The first we heard about Industria 14 was via Martin Holland, who said that he did the game for we believe Software Creations back around 1990. It is … Continue reading →
Another puzzle game, but a rather intriguing one… “Infection” was a game to be released by Virgin Mastertronic back in 1989, but the game never got a release although it was completed on Amiga, Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, PC, C64 and … Continue reading →
‘Make My Day’ and was another of those Trojan Light Gun games which were being created in the early 90’s as the light phaser games began to get popular. Virgin Mastertronic had already done a series of light gun games, … Continue reading →
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