Yet another Beyond Belief game which was planned and mentioned in the interview with Jim Scott. Information is a bit scarce, as all we currently know is that the game was to be a Super Wonder Boy clone where you … Continue reading →
Another coin-op conversion by the arcade conversion masters, Elite. This was to be a conversion of the popular arcade game, and was an ambitious one to do at that. Sadly although mentioned (albeit briefly) in Commodore Format, the game never … Continue reading →
An interesting title for our next GTW entry, which is an early prototype or version of Bath Time that was released in 1984 by PSS (Personal Software Services) and is a fairly well known game on the C64. But at … Continue reading →
Strange game this one by the Australian team Bad Bytes (Creators of Misfortune and Twin Terrors). What we have is a mixture of a still screen shooter and breakout. How this would actually work is anyone’s guess. The game isn’t … Continue reading →
Nope, this is not anything to do with the Gremlin Graphics game by the Core Design team (even though you’ll see, the blue logo looks startlingly like the Gremlin game’s logo) – but this is in fact a completely different … Continue reading →
A very unknown GTW title which has only really come to light because of some documentation that came to light with proposals of a game for Empire on the Commodore 64 called Sword of Abbadon. All we know about the … Continue reading →
A short entry for what should have been a C64 game as well as PC and Amiga (with thanks to Allan Pinkerton for highlighting!). This SSI game saw release for various formats in 1989/1990 by Strategic Simulations Inc., but the … Continue reading →
Sword of Sodan was a hack and slash game that was released in 1989 on the Amiga, as well as the Sega Megadrive in 1990. It featured very large characters and did fairly well at the time. Reviewed in CVG, … Continue reading →
Sword of the Samurai was based on a Fighting Fantasy gamebook by Ian Livingstone & Steve Jackson. Two earlier books – Rebel Planet and Temple of Terror – had already been published as text/graphic adventures, and so this would probably … Continue reading →
Sword of the Samurai was a strategy game set in 15th Century Japan, written for the PC in 1989 by Microprose Software. It was a fairly well recieved game, and some people had fond memories of it: http://www.links.net/dox/warez/games/microprose/samurai/ As you … Continue reading →
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