It was thought for many years that “Miner Willy Meets The Taxman” and “Megatree” were the same game, and that the first title was the working title for “Megatree”. Well, after attending a Q/A session with Matthew Smith at a … Continue reading →
Mirage was originally intended to be a simple static screen shooter as a free game for Compunet. The creator behind the game was none other than Mark Clements, who many of you will know from his music for Summer and … Continue reading →
Another GTW game from the 80’s, created by a company who call themselves ‘Backroom Software’, so obviously this wasn’t created in house. We believe that this game was actually created by Steve Dunn, who also did the Blast game in … Continue reading →
Back in the 1980’s, Atarisoft were doing official conversions for the Commodore 64. Missile Command was one of them! We learn of this conversion thanks to Mat Allen who has documented the conversion briefly in Digital Press. We hope to … Continue reading →
Another GTW entry and yet another Codemasters non-release to go into the vault. Mission Jupiter is not a late title like CJ’s 4th, but infact a very early Codemasters game which was being converted from the Spectrum original by Derek … Continue reading →
This game was being created by Richard Kay (who later started Software Creations) and Hugh Riley. The game also was to feature music by Peter Clarke. It was a non scrolling platform game on a spaceship with evil monsters that … Continue reading →
Another V1 title, with an interesting story behind it too! It was always wondered by Andrew Fisher if originally Antony Crowther’s “Challenge of the Gobots” game was something else before. Well we now have confirmation thanks to Andrew that the … Continue reading →
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