Device for Alien Destruction (D.A.D) was to be a game produced by a company called Dynamic Developments back in the late 80’s. Dynamic Developments were the same team who were looking to publish Bobby Bounce Back, but went under before … Continue reading →
Along with Sword of Samurai, Devils of the Deep was to be yet another Fighting Fantasy game on the C64 from US Gold according to http://pdd.if-legends.org/ldp/bdp.html. This game in particular was to be set in Atlantis and we presume would … Continue reading →
A curious and complex puzzler which involves unscrambling various famous structures of world famous works of art created by Dr Devious. In the game, you control JJ (JoJo) Maverick, the hero who must do the unscrambling. The game featured some … Continue reading →
A preview of an up and coming game by Italian giants Simulmundo in 1992. Not much is known about the game, apart from the main character was based from an old Italian comic, called Diabolik. The character was a thief … Continue reading →
Digital is another puzzle game, and one which I haven’t had chance to try and figure out. If anyone can shed light on what the game is about, please let me know :) It is a Polish game by Nostalgia … Continue reading →
Dimension X is a game from Synapse Software, a futuristic tank-like game sort of like a cross between Encounter and Star Raiders. Our contributor never saw any ads for a C64 version, however one magazine reviewed it and under the … Continue reading →
A very oddly named title which was to be released by the brother of RR Software head Rowan Veale. The game was created by Lyndon Veale and was a simple static shooter which was written over the top of Slap … Continue reading →
This is a game which I have known about for many years. I first became good friends with Jason Kelk when I found out that he was a big C64 enthusiast that worked in one of my local computer gaming … Continue reading →
A early preview of what looks like a Moon Patrol clone, with no obstacles or enemies as of yet. Apart from a nice title screen, the game is quite lacking at the moment, with a simple car which moves left … Continue reading →
Yet another collection of educational titles which don’t seem to be out there just yet, thanks to Peter Weighill for the heads up. Were they unreleased, or merely just limited release? The titles advertised in US magazines by Gladstone Electronics … Continue reading →
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