Incredibly rich from his exploits in Manic Miner and partying away in Jet Set Willy, the third instalment was apparently to see our intrepid hero up against the bane of the nouvelle riche, the tax office!… The actual name for … Continue reading →
It’s not just commercial games that we add to the GTW archives, but also unfinished projects that were homebrew. Megváltó is one such homebrew title which was being made in SEUCK by the cousin of our contributor ‘Dey’ way back … Continue reading →
Our next entry into the GTW archives comes thanks to Francesco Milioni, which was due for release on a tape compilation to be released in Italy, but was too late due to the declining C64 market. Memo was a computerized … Continue reading →
Memo is a simple, but effect pairs clone for two players which was being produced back in 1992 by Antic Productions. It was hoped that maybe the game could be sold by one of the remaining publishers at the time, … Continue reading →
Mad Men Software were set to release the fully completed game Messiah 3. This game was a RPG covering six disk sides and was to have a large manual due to the size of the game. Gene Barker programmed the … Continue reading →
After scanning through some inlays and bits, Andrew Fisher came across an advert for a new Players game called "Metal Army". The game was descrbied as follows Only one marine stands between the Metal Army and their evil plans of … Continue reading →
A great looking preview by all means. Metal Wars features bitmap scrolling, and looks really nice and detailed in this SEU. A lot like the graphical qualities of IO by Doug and Bob. The preview which has been out there … Continue reading →
A very quick entry, where contributor ‘Nicolas’ can recall seeing a C64 conversion of this early Cobrasoft game, which did see release on the Amstrad CPC: https://cpcrulez.fr/GamesTest/meurtre_a_grande_vitesse.htm Nothing of the C64 edition can be found online, and with Nicolas being … Continue reading →
Mewlio is a point and click adventure game which takes place on the island of Martinique. Developed by French Software house "Coktel Vision", who only seem to ever have released Lucky Luke on the C64 (The French were big into … Continue reading →
Mexico 86 was a world cup management game by Qualsoft which saw a release on both the Amstrad and Spectrum (http://www.worldofspectrum.org/infoseekid.cgi?id=0010592) but apparently was planned for the C64 too. We have very little else to go on, but this is … Continue reading →
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