Quite possibly one of the strangest goings on behind a Ocean release, coming in the form of the rather bizarre release of Operation Thunderbolt. It all stems back to Zzap! 64, and issue 57 in particular. Zzap reviewed the game … Continue reading →
An interesting looking title which looks a lot like Dicky’s Diamonds, but was a US based release that was going to be on cartridge back in early 1984. The game was reviewed by Electronic Fun with Computers and Games magazine, … Continue reading →
A very early game from Jason Kelk, ex-editor of Commodore Zone, and also the main man behind Cosine Systems. Orbyt is a creation from Jason’s early days as a programmer, and is a unfinished game which was to involve using … Continue reading →
We’ve been on a roll recently (thanks to Peter Weighill) with a number of large company collections of games which have seemingly never seen the light of day, or they are just very obscure. Our next set is from Orbyte … Continue reading →
Electronic Zoo never produced much decent stuff on the C64, but that was to change with the stunning ‘Orcus’. A sideways scrolling shoot-em up which featured a shop with 29 (!) different add-ons on offer. Haydn Dalton informed GTW that … Continue reading →
A new Melbourne House title (whilst under the Virgin Mastertronic ownership) was due on the C64 in the shape of Orel Hershiser’s Strike Zone, a pretty cool baseball game which seems to have only been due for release in the … Continue reading →
A very quick open and closed case. Alpha Omega’s Orpheus game of the same name was actually intended to be released back in 1984 by Sterling Software, but it seems the company may have collapsed before it got out. However, … Continue reading →
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