A game mentioned to GTW by John Cassells who we have sadly lost contact with after learning of this game a few years ago. We are not entirely sure what this game was about or how it would have looked, … Continue reading →
Aquablast is probably better known today as “Live And Let Die”, a James Bond movie licence by Elite and Domark. But what was exactly “Aquablast” then? Well it seems that Elite had this great little boat game by Dave Thomas, … Continue reading →
An interesting little game from the late part of the 80’s, featuring music which Mark Wilson composed for Obliterator. This game involves controlling the main character on some kind of space craft, using arrow buttons with a pointer icon. There … Continue reading →
Thanks to Richard Hewison for highlighting this particular GTW, and a rather interesting one at that! Arcade Classics was a real fantastic budget title which did extremely well with its compilation of 4 classic games in one load, and with … Continue reading →
A fairly obscure title this time from U.S. Gold. Arcade Wizzard is a pinball game which was briefly mentioned in one or two magazines before disappearing off the face of the earth. Zzap! 64 was on magazine to feature the … Continue reading →
Not too much to say here about this game at present. We know very little about it, but that god damn title tune is something I’ve heard somewhere before… that jingle…. but where?… a demo?… what?…. aghhh… Thanks to Warren … Continue reading →
Text adventure from Kayde who went into administration at the 26th August 1983. Did Spectrum releases, tried to do C64 and Vic 20 ones, which never seemed to surface. The game in the advert (Two adverts were submitted by Peter … Continue reading →
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