An early game by David Spicer, who went on to work with Nick Taylor on a host of C64 games. This was one of David’s first commercial projects for Martech, and it involved pizza deliveries and navigating around on escalators.Sadly, … Continue reading →
Pizza Time was to be a Intellivision game conversion to the C64 by the Mattel Electronics France offices. It was scheduled, but apparently never worked on, though it was given an id of #7858 on diskette. The game was a … Continue reading →
An interesting entry which ties in quite nicely with Attack of the Killer Tomatoes by the same company. Plan 9 from Outer Space was to be based on one of those old really cheesy sci-fi movies which came out in … Continue reading →
Our next entry is a title which was meant for release way back in 1983 in the US. Planet Quarx was mentioned in a magazine called Microcomputing with the following details: “Planet Quarx is a three-stage video game for the … Continue reading →
Plasmatak was originally being developed in collaboration with Thalamus by Steve Collins (Herobotix fame), who actually almost finished this game, but sadly interest was lost, and Steve went to work at Pizzaland for the summer. The game had a Paradroid … Continue reading →
An interesting game based on the Playboy magazine, which was being developed by Wijo Koek and John Vanderaart for Radarsoft back in 1987. The game was believed to have been a kind of business simulator, where you must try and … Continue reading →
A quick entry for a title which may have been released, but doesn’t seem to have been preserved just yet. The Maths Tutor game in the series by Screenplay was released in 1984, along with a number of other titles. … Continue reading →
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