The source of this next entry is interesting as it was mentioned in “Illegal” pirate fanzine as something seen at PC 1988 show (or so it seems) by SSD of Cosmos. At present we know very little about the game … Continue reading →
A short entry for now of what we believe may have been a working title (or not quite remembered correctly by Peter Kaminski). Whilst talking about Pyramid of Time, Peter recalled a title that Russell Lieblich was working on around … Continue reading →
A small entry thanks to Peter Weighill, who highlighted this advert (see gallery) in Your Computer Nov 1984 on page 215 & Dec 1984 on page 58 for Learning and Training Systems. In the advert, they have 3 educational games … Continue reading →
A brief new entry which we kind of missed before – as the coder Mario Knezovic had mentioned it in one of his previous creator speaks for Seven Gates of Jambala. At the same time as working on that C64 … Continue reading →
A terrible preview, with awful graphics and no playability. There is a simple grey blob thing at the bottom of the screen, with some naff score bits on the left, and nothing to do. It’s not known what this game … Continue reading →
A book and adventure combo which originally got a release on the Spectrum platform and can be found in the WOS archives at http://www.worldofspectrum.org/infoseekid.cgi?id=0006571 The game is a simple text adventure that was fairly well recived on the Spectrum, but … Continue reading →
Legend was a rather nifty RPG released by Mindscape back in 1991 which has gone down as one of the best RPG’s on the Amiga. Originally though it was due to be released by Mirrorsoft before their collapse, and also … Continue reading →
This will be a quick entry, as we know nothing about Legend of Fairghad apart from the fact that it was meant to be an adventure game. There seems to be no other version in existance and information is almost … Continue reading →
A wonderful sounding project was announced to the C64 world when Legend Of Kyril was being planned for release by Crystal Software. A potentially stunning RPG game in the style of Johnny Reb and other RPG’s was on its way … Continue reading →
Legendary Deed is another powerful RPG game in similiar vein to those created by US Gold around the same time. The preview is unplayable, but shows a series of screens which build up the game. Graphically, all looks nice and … Continue reading →
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