Destiny didn’t release too many games, and Teladon was one of those. It got a Spectrum release, but sadly wasn’t very well recieved. The game basically takes two styles of gameplay, including a tunnel/mountain 3D section and then a Head … Continue reading →
Due for release in Jan 1985, Telmar’s Gold was believed to have been a graphical adventure from Zinta Micro-Systems in 1985. Sadly, although advertised in the US – it seems the game was never released. Quite possibly it was due … Continue reading →
Temple of Medom is an early and very strange game, where you control a bird initially flying over a landscape. Pressing fire and moving actually allows you to fly, but you can also land on the ground and turn into … Continue reading →
Mentioned in Commodore User July 1989, System 3 announced plans of a new tennis game which at the time was untitled. The game promised a “revolutionary approach” to the game, involving two player options, a 3-D rotating court overview and … Continue reading →
A very short entry, flagged up to us by Fabrizio Bartoloni. This is for a title called Terragon, which may well have been released, but has yet to be preserved. This is an Italian title that was being sold by … Continue reading →
A small entry for now for a SEUCK effort which never quite got to see the light of day, which was produced by Andrew Rodger (famous for Terminus and many tunes on the C64, such as Arnie 2). Terravision was … Continue reading →
According to Commodore Computing International in December 1988, Active Distribution LTD had made a marketing deal with French company Coktel Vision. The first game to be released was Jungle Book. Sadly Terrific Land was never to be, and it seems … Continue reading →
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