A recent recovery in 2021 and lost for well over 30 years, The Mad Scientist was sent to several major software houses at the time in the 80’s, such as Kele Line – who seemed most likely to publish. Unfortunately, … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title that may or may not have ever been released. This was an educational title that was to be released by Commodore on cartridge, and supporting the Magic Voice module. According though to the advert, … Continue reading →
The Magic Roundabout was a tie-in with the TV show of the same name, CRL published the Spectrum version and were working on a C64 version (As mentioned in an issue of Your Commodore). The spectrum version can be found … Continue reading →
A short entry for a title advertised in Personal Computer Games issue 13 way back in December 1984, but seemingly never made it out at all. Or did it? In Gamebase64, there is currently a Magician’s Ball entry, a graphic … Continue reading →
This was a SEUCK game released commercially by Compass Software and reviewed by Commodore User in June 1988 in their Cheapo Round up section. According to the review, the game acked in gameplay and suffered from too many bullets. The … Continue reading →
More Activision for GTW, and this time a graphic adventure game called "The Moon is a Harsh Mistress", based on the Science-Fiction novel from Robert A. Heinlein ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Moon_Is_a_Harsh_Mistress ). All we know is that Charles H Weidman is linked … Continue reading →
The Mystery of Arkham Manor was one of your more interactive text adventures, using a system commonly seen in the Lucasfilm games Maniac Mansion. Selecting text from some preset words to construct various commands and phrases. The game got a … Continue reading →
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