Where did this game come from? It’s been around for about 30 years now, but it remained something of a mystery. This seemed to be an unofficial home conversion based on the 60’s film Fantastic Voyage. This German language game … Continue reading →
“Losen your collar, get out your JOYSTICK and get stuck in. By the time you finish you’ll be exhausted.” This is what describes our next entry into GTW64, which is an x-rated game being sold by Dept CCI called “Fantasy”. … Continue reading →
From what sounds like a racing game, Fast ‘n’ Furious was infact to be a game based on whizzing across the screen on a magic carpet, where you would have obstacles and monsters to avoid like crazy. The game only … Continue reading →
Our next entry in GTW64 comes in the form of a Pacman clone which would have featured a overweight Batman character. Here, in true Pacman style fashion – you would walk around a city map eating hamburgers until clearing to … Continue reading →
Fears of darkness was the result of a budding programmer at the age of 18 wishing to produce a "Turrican-esq" game. 64er magazine had released Manfred Trenz’s Katakis Development System which was to be the inspiration for Falk to get … Continue reading →
Thanks to contributor Chris Hester, who flagged up an old piece that he wrote possibly for his magazine Adventure Coder. Felix the Cat was the winning entry to a competition ran by Incentive Software (Write Your Own Adventure) to create … Continue reading →
This is a title I first saw and my jaw dropped when I saw how great it looked. This was back in about 1993 and the magazine was Commodore Force, and they used to have a PD section which took … Continue reading →
Thanks to Vinny Mainolfi for the heads up – but it seems that there was a very different looking Fight Night taking shape originally for US Gold back in October 1985. In their upcoming previews section, Zzap showed screenshots of … Continue reading →
One of our last games to focus on from Psytronik which never saw the light of day is Fighting Cops. This seems to be the 5th game in the series, following on from the other unreleased SEUCK “Cops” sequel, “Cops … Continue reading →
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