A short entry for what is a very early and different looking Spy vs Spy 2 game, found thanks to FREEZE64’s Vinny Mainolfi. The game was reviewed in Commodore User issue 23, August 1985, and sported screenshots showing a very … Continue reading →
With thanks to contributor Deniz Turkmen, who commented on Spy vs Spy 4 that he had once seen an earlier version of Spy vs Spy 3 from a BBS. Sure enough, within Gamebase64 was an early preview which was seemingly … Continue reading →
A very short entry for a title which was being designed by Stephen Bedser in 1993 for the C64. The game had a working title of Squat Bot, and was based around a small robot that could change its faceplate … Continue reading →
Squad One was a game that was produced by a crew called Groovy Bits back in 1989, first heard about thanks to a magazine article in Datormagazinet Issue #4/1989 (Released in March) in Sweden which interviewed the team about a … Continue reading →
Adept software recently released some of its old PC shareware games for free including one called Squarez deluxe. On their site they mentioned that the game originally started out as a C64 game called Squarez but was abandoned for the … Continue reading →
There are two games with this odd name, and this one in particular is a completely different more established game which has more going on. There are title pages and even a loading screen for this one Here you control … Continue reading →
There are two games with this odd name, and this one in particular is an earlier title which has you controlling a space ship that flies across a simple looking terrain. There isn’t much else at this stage with the … Continue reading →
Squid is a cute little single screen preview which has some nice hi-res overlaid sprites which move around and which you must avoid. The game isn’t fully playable and just allows you to jump around the map and interact with … Continue reading →
Squire was a game by Blue Chip software and Jim Zuber that would have been a financial planning based game, which was part of a series that included Millionaire and Baron. Although advertised and listed, the game is still very … Continue reading →
More Apex, more unreleased works now in the form of Squish, a 4 way scrolling isometric squashing game. Possibly similar to Maze Mania, with the aim to squash creatures and have their blood change the colour of tiles. Apparently very … Continue reading →
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