This game was the satire of British political life in the guise of a parody of The Hobbit. It is rumoured that this game was unreleased because of poor sales of the game Denis Through the Drinking Glass by the … Continue reading →
In Commodore User April 1988, a news item was printed which tells us that Robtek (Who did various bits of hardware in the day) had an arrangement with an American organisation called Key-punch, where they would get 3 film licences … Continue reading →
The Tripods was to be a graphic adventure game based on the John Christopher novels / BBC TV adaption, featuring creatures which look like something out of War of the Worlds. The adverts mentioned that the game would promise something … Continue reading →
The War Of The Dragon was to be an Hungarian developed game back in 1989, which was based on a book written by Miklós Tihor and Zsolt Mazán. The book was published in 1989 by LSI and the guys wanted … Continue reading →
The War of the Worlds was produced by CRL in association with ORP, and judging from the advert it was slated for release on a slew of platforms, but only seems to have made it out for the ZX Spectrum. … Continue reading →
Not to be confused with CRL’s officially planned release, which was also cancelled. This was to be a completely different War of the Worlds game, but thankfully is one which has been out there all along. When recently trawling through … Continue reading →
The While Dragon was a game being proposed by a guy called Sean Huxter. It was hoped that it would be proposed to Epyx Software back in the early 80’s as a sequel of sorts to Dragonriders of Pern. Sean … Continue reading →
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