Yet another title from Backroom Software, and one of their earlier developments that has been flagged up by Dan Warren. It is believed that Backroom Software was none other than Steve Dunn, who did various C64 games such as Better … Continue reading →
Molecale was to be an arcade shoot-em-up to hopefully be finished by Video Images back around 1988/89 time. The name of the game was coined by Wayne Sheardown, who was originally part of the Video Images gang of four – … Continue reading →
Another potential GTW which was highlighted by Peter Weighill and comes from an advert in the June 1983 issue of Commodore Computing International. The game was described as so: “Drive through the mine filled mazes collecting as many money bags … Continue reading →
An educational game which might be out there, but has yet to be preserved. Or is it a title that never quite made it? Monkeybuilder has a 256 word set, designed to increase spelling and vocabulary skills,”‹ into 17 different … Continue reading →
Monster Maths was a title to be released on the Commodore 64 by a company called Shards in 1985, and was reviewed in Your Commodore Magazine issue 08, receiving a reasonable score overall. It seems that either the company went … Continue reading →
Monster Museum was mentioned in March 1989 of The Games Machine as coming soon with the following blurb – “Other games on Palace’s mean menu include Monster Museum, an arcade adventure with graphics by Gary Carr and main programming by … Continue reading →
Thanks to Carlos Vazquez for highlighting this one. Monster Squad potentially is a title which was based on the 1987 movie. The question is whether the ACEUK company was a proper company, and if this was a proper quick cash … Continue reading →
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