Now, this will be something people will maybe shed a tear for…. news that The Wild Bunch was indeed making its way onto the Commodore 64! Though not quite in the Firebird release form you may have expected, but through … Continue reading →
For a more detailed analysis of Triffid Software Research and the Runemagic Adventure Series, read the entry for The Secret River. A quick summary is that a series of eight adventures were planned, the first two of which, The Secret … Continue reading →
Thanks to contributor Chris Hester, who flagged up an old piece that he wrote possibly for his magazine Adventure Coder. The Wooden Box was a text adventure game due for release in 1986 by Anthony Collins, and was to be … Continue reading →
Listed in ACE magazine as a Firebird re-release from Ariolasoft, we never actually even saw the original game either. So was it that Think! only got a Spectrum release, and ACE got the C64 format listing as incorrect? Not sure … Continue reading →
The final part of the Wally games series, to round things off and complete what was a fantastic series of games pre-Dizzy era. This time the Wally family were off on holiday, but become stranded on a desert island. The … Continue reading →
Throne of Fire was due to be published by Melbourne House, and saw release on both the ZX Spectrum and Amstrad CPC platforms. The C64 version was never to appear, despite adverts. The game was designed by Mike Singleton and … Continue reading →
Thunder Hawk is a vertically scrolling shooter built by Steve Dunn, who did a number of games on the C64, including Call Me Psycho. The game has been around the web for a while now, listed as being an Atlantis … Continue reading →
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