Another interesting GTW entry, which has information collaborated from Fabrizio and also Bonaventura Di Bello, famous co-founder of Brainstorm Enterprise. New Pasqua was a text adventure game first written as a storyline with hand-sketched illustrations. We’re a little unsure of … Continue reading →
I’m surprised that we hadn’t had an entry for this title a lot sooner, but there you go! Many may not know that New Zealand Story was originally being developed out of house by Choice Software, a Northern Ireland based … Continue reading →
Very little is known about Newt, apart from the fact that it was to eventually become Hyperactive by Special FX. Paul Hughes was writing the original at Ocean Software as his very first game, and was suggested to have been … Continue reading →
Back in 1985, CU reviewed Nexus for the C64 under the Beyond label, but it never surfaced. In June 1986, CU did a preview of the game and explained that the original game was held up as Beyond were taken … Continue reading →
A very quick entry for a title we know very little about at present, but was advertised in Personal Computer Games 1984 (Issue 8) by Visions Software. Nifty Lifty was advertised by Visions for the C64, BBC Micro and ZX … Continue reading →
A early licence of Nigel Mansell was planned by Martech in 1988, and the game was set to deliver where other racers failed. The game was actually reviewed in the Swedish Magazine ‘Soft’ Issue#3, May/June 1988. The game was definitely … Continue reading →
Thanks to screenshots from various magazines for an Amiga version of Night Hunter, it can be confirmed that this is in fact Night Hunter by Ubisoft. In the game, you control a nice Hi-res overlaid Dracula who must roam around … Continue reading →
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