“Plan your strategy to save the good wizard from the evil Djinn. This supernatural spirit has materialized as a fire demon and has carried the good wizard off to his lair. You must fetch the wizard and transport him home. … Continue reading →
This neat little Uridium clone was brought to my attention by Hein Holt, which has been around for a number of years. This game is done by none other than Falco Paul, and is one of his earlier programming efforts, … Continue reading →
Our next entry into the GTW64 vault is a very bizarre title that was leaked back in 1988 by Phoenix (PHX). This is a title which is based on James Herbert’s relatively less known sequel to The Rats, of which … Continue reading →
Straight from the success of Last Ninja and just after the release of R-Type in the arcades, Mark Cale decided that he wanted to really see a R-Type C64 clone with graphics by Hugh Riley. The result was to eventually … Continue reading →
The source of this next entry is interesting as it was mentioned in "Illegal" pirate fanzine as something seen at PC 1988 show (or so it seems) by SSD of Cosmos. Dondra was actually released on other machines like the … Continue reading →
Back in the 1980’s, Atarisoft were doing official conversions for the Commodore 64. Donkey Kong Jr was oddly one of them! We learn of this conversion thanks to Mat Allen who has documented the conversion briefly in Digital Press. We … Continue reading →
Nothing at all related to the classic ID game on the PC, though a similiar perspective. This is more like Bloodwych than Doom, and looks quite good at the stage its reached. Its a little bugged, but shows promise of … Continue reading →
A game which the preview text specifies was due to be released on the 15th October 1994. People were asked to keep an eye on Commodore Format for any news and look for their advertisements. Although the title and static … Continue reading →
A new GTW entry as suggested by Dumbflag… Doomsday Blues is described as follows (thanks to www.cpcgamesreviews.com) "Known as Eden Blues to French readers, this is another adventure action game from ERE. You’re a prisoner who tries to escape from … Continue reading →
Recently, Mark Hardisty has launched a website full of memorabilia in preparation for the launch of his new A Gremlin In The Works book. Part of this included source code files which were donated by Anthony J Clarke, which included … Continue reading →
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