Our next title is a strategy game which can allow for up to 4 players in total. Number Jotto is described as follows: “Deduction, logic and patience are the skills you must master to win the game. The object is … Continue reading →
A game which was advertised by The Learning Company in the manual for Bumble Plot, which was released. Described as “In the electronic version of a classic 14th century game of chance, children learn to add and subtract and also … Continue reading →
Nutland was a game being written in the early 80’s by Richard Taylor, featuring a squirrel main character. At present we do not know any more information about the game, and will be updating this entry as we get more … Continue reading →
Now I bet you didn’t expect to learn that Obliterator was also a planned C64 title?… No?… Well, if you’re an Amstrad user you have probably played it already, where as us C64 users have suffered without a conversion of … Continue reading →
A very quick entry to cover what seems to be a James Bond title which got caught up in the video game collapse of 1984. According to online sources, Parker Bros were planning to release a game based on the … Continue reading →
Titus released a string of 3D-based games, initially on the 16-bit machines but often converted down to 8-bit. Among the most famous is the Crazy Cars series, all three of which made the jump to the C64. Offshore Warrior was … Continue reading →
“An adventure of mystery and suspense, based around the London South Bank” – as described in the advert which was printed by CVG back in the day. Old Scores is yet another adventure game, and a graphic text adventure by … Continue reading →
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