An exclusive to GTW which was uncovered on a disk by Jason Kelk in 2005. This is a really neat two part preview, with the main part featuring a nice sideway scrolling SEU with some nice (if pink..) graphics, and … Continue reading →
A little demo created for an Acid C64 party which was created in about 4 hours in a small tent, with various extras added. Its not a lot, it features a Commodore Symbol which shoots sperm type bullets at the … Continue reading →
Brought to my attention by Jason Kelk, AD Infinitum is a early version of W.A.R which was released by Martech in 1986. You may wonder what a game like this is doing in the GTW archives, but you will notice … Continue reading →
From the publishers of Polar Pierre was to be a new title called Adam Caveman, another platform game with cute large characters. Bizarrely this title never had a release, and still remains at large today. What happened? An advert was … Continue reading →
This entry originally began as a possible V1 hunt, but it has been confirmed that Finlay indeed programmed the version we all know (and love?). However, a recent conversation with Wayne Billingham showed that a Cartridge version was being produced. … Continue reading →
A little puzzle game which was planned for the popular German games magazine, Magic Disk. This preview features 5 levels of puzzle shuffling to represent the pictures supplied with the puzzle. This is by no means a new idea. A … Continue reading →
A short entry for a collection of games that are currently missing. Advertised in Compute! July 1983, the four games were to be: Head On – A daring and dangerous death race Alien Invasion – 4 players. Creatures descend. Atomic … Continue reading →
Dungeons and Dragons was a gaming phenomena that started in the 1970s when historical gaming enthusiasts, Gary Gygax created his own rules to tabletop battlefield gaming and focused it on a small group of heroes sneaking into a castle. The … Continue reading →
A very quick entry, but in an article by Commodore Format and written by Gary Penn, it was mentioned that Gary Liddon had written a game called Advanced Soccer Simulator for Codemasters back in the day which was never released. … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title that was being created by the developers of Jack Attack – Kevin Kieller and John Traynor. This was a title for Commodore – an educational title to teach basic math concepts. Sadly Commodore were … Continue reading →
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