Not to be confused with CRL’s officially planned release, which was also cancelled. This was to be a completely different War of the Worlds game, but thankfully is one which has been out there all along. When recently trawling through … Continue reading →
More Kele Line entries… with Western Game the latest casulty to go on that rather long looking list. The game was mentioned in computer magazines, but never seen. One particular source was Computer Action, 1988, issue 2, pg.5 which mentioned … Continue reading →
The While Dragon was a game being proposed by a guy called Sean Huxter. It was hoped that it would be proposed to Epyx Software back in the early 80’s as a sequel of sorts to Dragonriders of Pern. Sean … Continue reading →
Now, this will be something people will maybe shed a tear for…. news that The Wild Bunch was indeed making its way onto the Commodore 64! Though not quite in the Firebird release form you may have expected, but through … Continue reading →
For a more detailed analysis of Triffid Software Research and the Runemagic Adventure Series, read the entry for The Secret River. A quick summary is that a series of eight adventures were planned, the first two of which, The Secret … Continue reading →
Thanks to contributor Chris Hester, who flagged up an old piece that he wrote possibly for his magazine Adventure Coder. The Wooden Box was a text adventure game due for release in 1986 by Anthony Collins, and was to be … Continue reading →
Briefly mentioned in an issue of Commodore Cracker, there was a brief news item saying that the conversion of Theme Park for the C64 was looking seriously delayed. It never surfaced unsurprisingly, and was most likely vapourware. Note in the … Continue reading →
A game which has a rather strong link to Mayhem In Monsterland as you may tell from the title of this game. Theo sauraus was the beginnings of Mayhem In Monsterland, where the main character was a cute dragon named … Continue reading →
Not a lot is really sadly known about this game, even if it bore any resembalance to Thing On A Spring!… This is a title which was first mentioned to GTW by Martin Holland before he passed away. The game … Continue reading →
Our next entry is a simple puzzler, where you must replicate the pattern on the right side of the screen before your opponent does. Nothing much to it, but can be some simple fun if you have someone to play … Continue reading →
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