Fully titled “Hagar The Horrible”, the conversion of the popular comic strip character was pretty well done on the C64. Sure, it wasn’t the best ever platformer on the C64, but a good reasonable effort and a playable one at … Continue reading →
A quick entry to cover part of a series of games which DK’Tronics were looking to release in late 1984, early 1985. A news item in the December 1984 edition of Personal Computer Games suggested that following on from a … Continue reading →
A relatively unknown game which was being developed by Cyberdyne Systems in their early days as a simple game to make money while they produced larger titles. Half Life shares it’s name with the award winning 3rd person shooter of … Continue reading →
Palace Software started as a division of the Palace Video company, which had a large shop in London and distribution rights to several horror films. This included The Evil Dead, and Palace’s first game was based on that film. However, … Continue reading →
Following on from a series of 2000AD themed games, Halo Jones was the next in line from Piranha on their ambitious (And eventually fateful) climb forwards in the games market. Halo Jones was rather different to the other titles, and … Continue reading →
Yet another Beyond Belief game which was planned and mentioned in the interview with Jim Scott. Information is a bit scarce, as all we currently know is that the game was to be a Double Dragon style beat ’em up … Continue reading →
Thanks to Witold Bryndza for the heads up for our next entry, which was to be a stylish Hangman game produced for Eagleware International in 1995 by Faith Design The game was to feature some very polished intros and graphics … Continue reading →
Not too much to say about this preview, apart from that its Hangman, and not really a good one at that. There is no hangman sprite to indicate how many lives you have, just a flashy little logo at the … Continue reading →
Hangman’s Hazard was being sold as a word game with a twist in a 1992 issue of RUN magazine from the US. The game was sold on disk, but it seems that this is one that didn’t sell that well. … Continue reading →
Another early version it seems existed of another Domark game, this time of the terrible Hard Drivin’ game conversion being worked on. Just how did the Spectrum receive a fantastic conversion, and we get this game? (The game was so … Continue reading →
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