J.Morrison Micros was a very early development company that produced games for the Commodore 64 such as Bonka, Cybermen and Vultures … unfortunately they disappeared rather quickly too. In issue 86 of Home Computer Weekly, another game called Jellybones was … Continue reading
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A very old school type of game here, with a main jet which has to be guided through a series of caverns. This is similiar in a way to Killer Watt, though lacking a lot of what that game had … Continue reading
A short entry for a title which was revealed in a C64.com interview with Grant Harrison in 2015. When asked about any titles worked on that never quite made it, Grant named Jet Boat Simulator, which was a sequel of … Continue reading
A pretty cool game which is based on the Jet Fighter game on the VCS Combat compilation. It even has a AI player that you can play against! This was found whilst sorting through Cory Kin’s personal disks, and we … Continue reading
Not entirely sure how we missed this, but it was tucked away in the demo archives as Pulse Preview. We discovered it by going through Cory Kin’s CNet disks and got a bit of a surprise to see a proper … Continue reading
Also known as: Boing!
Now, time for a bit of a surprise – back in the early 80’s, there was rumour of Software Project’s having internal competitions between developers to see who could get a conversion of Manic Miner and Jet Set Willy done … Continue reading
Also known as: Jet Pac
Finally – confirmation that a C64 conversion of Jetpac was in the works from Ultimate. A small news snippet in Commodore User magazine details that the game was being prepared – though of course pretty late compared to the Spectrum/Vic … Continue reading
This may possibly be what turned into Ace 2088, the space version of Ace. Jihad was the working title for the game which John Cassells pixelled some work for. John had the following to say… "I *might* have some graphics … Continue reading
Great news, but for years this game was existing as a preview, but the guys at Protovision in 2011 have now released the game! Check it all out here: http://www.protovision-online.com/games/jimslim.htm Case closed!
Yet another game from Beyond Belief which didn’t make it very far…. This neat looking game was actually previewed in Zzap!64 and Commodore Format, with them looking forward to the finished result…. It did look good, apart from some large … Continue reading