Now its getting hard… as the reviewing gets bog down, I keep coming across countless shooters, some real stinkers but some like this which look the business for the future, but get thrown away like the trash. Escape From Mars … Continue reading →
Not much to say about this game apart from its little resembelence to "Bear George", with its falling apples. As you can tell, there is little information on this game which never got completed. All that remains currently is a … Continue reading →
This was a rare 3D Construction Kit created title created by Steven Flanagan, who also did the title A Chance In Hell. The game was given to Mandy Rodrigous, who would put the game into her 3DCK User Groups PD … Continue reading →
Another game, and one which had a full colour advert – but never actually appearing. Espionage looks like it should have been a spy adventure of some kind, but according to the Spectrum reviews of the game – it was … Continue reading →
Thanks to Richard Cosner, it has been found that the game was infact completed and released. SIR’86 did a loading picture which was done just to keep the publisher happy for the time being. It seems this was unused. Case … Continue reading →
Yet another football game which never quite made it, along with Thalamus’ Arsenal title. This game was in development for Creative Edge back in 1992 for a short period. So short it seemed that no code was ever started. The … Continue reading →
A quick entry for a title that was spotted by Martin/Stadium64. Although there is a “European SuperLeague – Football Fortunes 2.” by CDS, “European Superleague” was confusingly a completely different title with a similar name. An interview can be found … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title flagged up to us by Dan Warren, which is listed as being a Ubi Soft game – but from a bit of initial digging around, we couldn’t find any reference to it online apart … Continue reading →
Another game in the lost Psytronik game saga, sadly a result of poor support of their titles back in the C64’s dying days. Everwar was another SEUCK title in development by Alf Yngve, and was inspired by Joe Haldeman’s novel … Continue reading →
Evil Garden was first highlighted to us by Lenny Bronstein, as a title covered in Power Play magazine 6/89. The Amiga version (which was released) was reviewed, which listed the C64 version as coming soon – which you can see … Continue reading →
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