A short entry for a SSG title for the C64 that was advertised in its 1988-1989 catalog as coming soon. With thanks to Joseph Tsai for highlighting. Note, this is not to be confused with the game by Argus Press. … Continue reading →
The Black Onyx is a 1984 title that you may not really heard of. It was a role playing game which was released in Japan by Bullet-Proof Software and was written by Henk Rogers. It was actually one of the … Continue reading →
A quick entry due to a lack of information at present. The Blues Brothers eventually did get a C64 release thanks to Titus Software back in 1991, but way back in 1987, CRL were also due to create a game … Continue reading →
Bobby Yazz is a computerised game show, featuring various games to win prizes and the normal quiz routine you got with many computer based game shows. The fun novel approach was appealing to many, and the game received good reviews … Continue reading →
Back in 1988, Robin Harbron and his friend Darren Foulds were working on a wresting game, heavily inspired by The Exciting Hour/Mat Mania by Technos. They had a bit of fun and added some famous characters in the background and … Continue reading →
Wow… well, there were always a few questions about the existance of some Ultimate games on the C64, but this one was never really mentioned as a possible conversion. But infact this rare Speccy game was being transferred over to … Continue reading →
Yet another game advertised by Goldstar in Your Computer magazine 1984. This was another text adventure which sadly never was! It is currently missing sadly. It could be a case that the game just hasn’t turned up yet, or it … Continue reading →
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