A nice little single screen western OP Wolf style shooter, with the added ability to choose your route of travel. This game was also slightly similiar in some aspects to Tusker. There was to be some puzzle solving elements in … Continue reading →
Liberator was to be part of a two game bundle along with a game called Sarumax (which eventually turned into Elven Warrior and was released by Players Software). The game itself was a sort of Hunters Moon meets Solar Jetman, … Continue reading →
A short entry for something flagged up to us by Marco van Vlaanderen, who found this very obscure and rare RadarSoft title on an old tape. This was developed by Cees Kramer back in 1984, one of the founders of … Continue reading →
A very old C64 title that has seemingly been lost to time, highlighted to us by Håvar Bruvold Hojem and spotted in a 1984 US gaming catalogue called Soft Encyclopaedia. The title was apparently to be released on cartridge, and … Continue reading →
Early days it may be as we attempt to find out more about yet another game that never was, we can in fact show a fair chunk of the game via some of its bitmap designs for levels and other … Continue reading →
This was planned as a late release for the Trojan Lightgun, featuring Archery as the theme. Featuring some fair graphics and additions to make it playable for joystick users in this preview, it isn’t too bad. It’s certainly not the … Continue reading →
Advertised in many magazines, this was a title being sold by Anik Microsystems… however only two Anik games exist and seem to have been released on the C64. The advert describes the game as follows: "Make the connection 4 enjoyment" … Continue reading →
This game features the adventures of Leroy, a Lego character in a lego based world. The graphics are very cartoony, and very faithful to lego (No.. not blocky before you say!). Levels are portrayed over a horizontal push scroll landscape. … Continue reading →
This is a bit of an obscure title which was never really mentioned in any magazines, that is apart from Games X magazine in 1991. This game was a Wonderboy 3/Alex Kidd clone done by the team behind Escape From … Continue reading →
Weird little platform game featuring a cute looking duck (Or what is supposed to be a duck anyway). You collect various little gems and jump over holes in the ground, and that’s currently about it in this preview. It’s currently … Continue reading →
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