Now then, our next entry is a title which was never advertised in the press or mentioned. It was highlighted to us when Andrew Morris (Magnetic Fields graphic artist, who did graphics for Kikstart 2, Lotus 2 and many others) … Continue reading →
Outpost was to be a new game from a new software house called Frontier Games. The game was briefly mentioned in a news item by ACE magazine for issue 16 in 1989. The preview shows a screenshot, which could very … Continue reading →
An intriguing title next up, which we are as of yet unsure if it was intended as an official conversion pitch attempt or was something unofficial to demonstrate the credentials of Video Images. Two loading screen variants were created, but … Continue reading →
Many of you will own Outrun Europa on the C64, but not this first version created back in 1988/89. This version was under the name of Outrun Europe and not Europa. It was also a rather different game. Outrun Europe … Continue reading →
Another Firebird entry, and this time a rather interesting sequel which has come to light thanks to Richard Hewison. Ozzy Versus The Universe – Part II: Cobber was to be an awesome return for Ozzy (Most of you will know … Continue reading →
Paddle Mania was an arcade tennis game which was mentioned as being a title for conversion in Commodore User, September 1988 by French software company FIL. UK representatives of FIL were The Sales Curve – but although Silkworm and Ninja … Continue reading →
Although Pang actually did make it out on the C64, it wasn’t just Arc Developments who had a crack at producing the C64 conversion. Programmer of the C64 version of Speedball 2 and Turtles, Carl Muller tried to get the … Continue reading →
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